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Heavyd1980

Factory Front Bumper

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Has anyone removed the crappy plastics that surround the factory front bumper and left it that way? if so can you post up some pics, i would like to see what one looks like before i take the plunge and remove mine. thanks.

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mine keeps falling off :lmao:It's not really very attractive under there..

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i agree! :smart:but i hate the fact that it is falling off and hanging down low!:duh:

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You talking about the grey plastic thing? What you can do is take some sheet metal screws and screw it up.:thumb1:

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yes that piece and the top cap piece

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what we need, heavy, is for some professional welder make some affordable aftermarket bumpers... :whistle:

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what we need, heavy, is for some professional welder make some affordable aftermarket bumpers... :whistle:

define affordable because there are a crap ton of aftermarkets it just depends on what you want and for how much

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what we need, heavy, is for some professional welder make some affordable aftermarket bumpers... :whistle:

Haha yeah we do. If I had a shop to work in, I would probably build at least one for mine. Maybe more... But right now I've got no place to work except for outside!!:doh::cry:

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what we need, heavy, is for some professional welder make some affordable aftermarket bumpers... :whistle:

yes i couldnt agree more!!!:thumb1:

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define affordable because there are a crap ton of aftermarkets it just depends on what you want and for how much

I would say less than $500 because most all the aftermarket bumpers are $1000 +/- 100 bucks:banghead:

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Haha yeah we do. If I had a shop to work in, I would probably build at least one for mine. Maybe more... But right now I've got no place to work except for outside!!:doh::cry:

I know the feeling man!!! When i pulled my oil pan and tone ring all done in the street!!!:banghead::mad::banghead:

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The street is even worst! At least I've got a yard to work in...

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it wasnt fun but we got her done!!! and yes a yard is much more comfy.

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As far as bumper another to Try is JL Welding he's got a shop and he's a member here... As far as fixing with bolt there is a write up here of someone using carrage bolts and black paint to fix his bumper up...

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As far as bumper another to Try is JL Welding he's got a shop and he's a member here... As far as fixing with bolt there is a write up here of someone using carrage bolts and black paint to fix his bumper up...

Good tip!:thumb1:

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define affordable because there are a crap ton of aftermarkets it just depends on what you want and for how much

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those are some great examples Rogan and thats exactly what i have seen. I was thinking somewhere in the 300-500 dollar range would be alot easier to come up with.:smart:

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I'd love to have a Buckstop, they are sweet!!:hyper:

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wow those are very nice but 1900 bucks!!! yikes!!!:stuned::stuned::stuned:

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wow those are very nice but 1900 bucks!!! yikes!!!:stuned::stuned::stuned:

I never said cheap just that I like them!!:lol::lmao2:

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thats a good looking bumper. but i think i would like to have something along this line.

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thats a good looking bumper. but i think i would like to have something along this line.

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i like this version too.

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I completely disagree but my mom always said:

"Different strokes for different folks" which is funny considering how often she tells me that something is wrong, :lol:

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