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This is going to seem rediculous but my bronco is in the paint shop right as i type and i cant do the measurments myself. I am looking for the correct measurments to make a front hitch reciever for my 96. I am planning on using this front hitch reciever with a fabricated goosneck extender to raise above my bumper (for clearance) to connect to the actuall winch mount. So your help is needed as i am going to the metal shop tomorrow. Thanks and any help or advice you can give me on the goosneck or hitch would be appreciated.
 

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goose neck reciever in front ? (obviously to tow the truck)
maybe some plow frame measurements would help,
i might have them have to check my "Fisher disk" (snowplows).

and its not rediculous, thats why FSB exists,

 

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I would just wait until you have the truck back before you start any fab work. It took me about 2 hours to build my front receiver hitch.

And what the fawk is up with that picture ^^^
 

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Ill go out and take some measurements for ya. Then a few pics of my current setup to give you a few ideas.
 

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My center bar is 29". From frame rail to frame rail its 35". You would want about 35.5".

Basically I used some 2" for the center bar and some beefy angle iron.

This pic shows you my gusset.


This one shows the angle iron and how I mounted it.
 
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