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wjsj69
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Just thought I'd share so others can get ideas of what they like and don't like; I looked at a thousand bumpers before i started mine.. I just gathered some scrap metal and started cuttin' n weldin'. :beer: (Brutus kept me motivated so he could get back in the truck and go wheelin')
 

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Now THAT is a bumper! Looks badass dude - easily one of the best DIY bumpers I've seen. Actually one of the best full stop.

Best part is you managed to mount the bumper and winch without cutting away parts of the grille - there aren't too many bumpers out there that can claim that.
 

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Now THAT is a bumper! Looks badass dude - easily one of the best DIY bumpers I've seen. Actually one of the best full stop.

Best part is you managed to mount the bumper and winch without cutting away parts of the grille - there aren't too many bumpers out there that can claim that.
THANKS!! Yeah, I can unbolt the whole thing and put the stock bumper on if I need to. My approach angle is compromised, but I know it'll hold up to some abuse!
 

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Looks good, a lot better than some I've seen by shops as of late. Nice work, very Mantec looking.
 

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A most professional "homemade" bumper

As others have already seen... well Done! And let me add my voice to those asking if you would consider making more of them? (The shop in the background of your photos seems to suggest you might have the capacity to do so!)

best regards... rob
 
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