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Does anyone know if the "Air Intake Holes" in the eddie bower style bumper line up with the frame mounts?

I need to add front tow points and was considering cutting up my standard '94 bumper as many people suggest when i noticed that there are already holes in the eddie bower style bumper that look all neet and trim....

http://www.partstrain.com/products/Bumper_(Front)/1994~FORD~BRONCO.html


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NJB
 

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Bronco Rob said:
Eddie Bauer....not Bower.
pish posh!

Stinks that I have to cut up my bumper.. I guess its not too bad if I get some kind of rubber molding to edge the cuts.
 

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I use black hose and it turned out nice.

Edit: Best pick I could find. Click to see full size.
 

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I'm in Northern NJ and have a brand new Eddie Bauer front bumper you can buy real cheap if you want to pick it up. It's not perfect so I didnt put it on my truck and I didn't return it.
 

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MajSuckelton said:
I use black hose and it turned out nice.

Edit: Best pick I could find. Click to see full size.

Thats looks really nice! Where did you get the D rings that are long enough to stick out like that?
 

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njbuck said:
Thats looks really nice! Where did you get the D rings that are long enough to stick out like that?
They aren't D rings, just regular old 10K lb hooks bolted to the frame horns through 1/2" on steel where the angle bracket for the bumper mount is.
 

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Ahh cant tell in the photo.. thanks for the info...
 

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what size/kind of hose is that you used to edge it??
 

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broncoorboat said:
what size/kind of hose is that you used to edge it??
5/8 ths fuel line hose IIRC. Just cut through one side of it with a box cutter and fill the tube part with permatex weather stripping adhesive and stick it on.
 
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