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    Default Bumper built in high school ag shop

    Thought I would share a few photos of a custom bumper built by three of my senior ag mechanics students.

    Feel free to ask questions!

    Troy Mayfield
    Boise City Ag Ed
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    more photos. This bumper took about 3 weeks during classtime. It was sandblasted and painted in our shop as well.
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    Cool one word!!!!!!!

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    Nice job on the bumper, thanks for sharing. Is the grill guard welded to the top of the bumper or does it go through and mount to the frame ?
    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by KBar View Post
    Nice job on the bumper, thanks for sharing. Is the grill guard welded to the top of the bumper or does it go through and mount to the frame ?
    It is mounted through to the frame. A bit tricky getting the angle

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    Thumbs up Dodge Truck Bumper

    Awesome bumper/winch setup! Did they stick weld or mig weld it?

    Take Care,

    John

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    Default truck bumper

    Speechless...........
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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    looks awesome man! i have only done jeep back bumpers, i want to do a front one, hope it comes out as good as yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Strunck View Post
    Awesome bumper/winch setup! Did they stick weld or mig weld it?

    Take Care,

    John
    All MIG. Can't seem to convince them that the trusty old stick welder will do the job. 3 different machines used - Millermatic 35, 250 and 251 - depended on which one was available at the time. My favorite is the old 35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro_Pirate View Post
    looks awesome man! i have only done jeep back bumpers, i want to do a front one, hope it comes out as good as yours
    Just take your time and make sure to measure everything twice. We did a lot of tacking and evaluating. Except for the floor plating, all materials were recycled.

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