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    Default 89-93 dodge bumpers

    merry xmas everyone. has anyone made front and rear bumpers for 89-93 dodge trucks or know where i could see some pics of some.

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    I'd say take your bumper off and go from there with mock-up in cardboard.
    You're going to like it better

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    Default What for?

    What do you need for a bumper? Got one on me '93 4X4. Dang heavy, but really does improve the ride. Set up for a winch, but I don't have one. Not much livestock,moose, roaming wild here where I live to fear. Maybe a few deer...


    ~Ian
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    Quote Originally Posted by crabber View Post
    What do you need for a bumper? Got one on me '93 4X4. Dang heavy, but really does improve the ride. Set up for a winch, but I don't have one. Not much livestock,moose, roaming wild here where I live to fear. Maybe a few deer...


    ~Ian
    Im just lookin for some ideas. I have some 5in and 6in pipe to use. Both stock bumpers are bent a little. I dont want to mount a winch on it, just want to make some nice bumpers. The old dodge diesels are tough trucks. Got almost half a million kms on mine, and no problem.

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    5" to 6" pipe would be a little too big for your bumper.
    Just my 2 cents.
    Good truck to last that long, maybe not worth building anything on it. It is probably on it's last leg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel View Post
    5" to 6" pipe would be a little too big for your bumper.
    Just my 2 cents.
    Good truck to last that long, maybe not worth building anything on it. It is probably on it's last leg.
    gezzzz i drive a 69 ford f-250 4x4 and a 90 ford f-250 and my 69 is the best of the 2
    they dont make trucks/cars like they use to
    gary

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    what do they make like they use to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel View Post
    5" to 6" pipe would be a little too big for your bumper.
    Just my 2 cents.
    Good truck to last that long, maybe not worth building anything on it. It is probably on it's last leg.
    REALLY....My truck. Ill be the judge of that. I just wanna see some pics if anybody could post some thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glh View Post
    gezzzz i drive a 69 ford f-250 4x4 and a 90 ford f-250 and my 69 is the best of the 2
    they dont make trucks/cars like they use to
    gary
    Sorry didn't mean it that way. I know those older truck were build tough.
    I had a GMC 86 4x4, man really loved that truck.

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    Just a quick search on Google Images
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