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The license plate is going to be put in the back window. I am in the process of making a tailgate tire carrier. It's going to be like one of those you see for 850, but I probably can do it for around 100 out of some 1 3/4" DOM.
The thickness of the metal is 0.26" thick. It's heavy duty for the boulders that I climb over....
With over 900K miles on one 69 F250 on one rebuild at 473K hard miles, yes had Dodge, Chebbie also. The FE (Ford) motor will save your A$$ in the long run (built correctly) like Miller welding products. Have had others thru the years as a test, a Miller for life member now.
The above vehicles are pre 70's without plastic and cup holders.
That is a great looking bumper but I do think u may have forgot about ur plate too...lol I built a wonderful bumper one time out of 2 -2" schedule 80 tubes slid through a pair of shaped plates to fit the truck with holes for the tubes. It looked awesome and was so simple.
But what about the licence plate
and to the tigman 250 that drives a LADA car if you made the same bumper for the front then the D rings would come in handy for a FORD to pull you out of a very shallow ditch
anyway on your bumper I think you did a good job better than most
that I have worked with. Grade - B