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Custom bumpers done

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by freezerlunik, October 6, 2017.

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    1. freezerlunik

      freezerlunik New Member

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      I lucked out with a fabricator guy I found through BC 4x4 group. It took us 3 fitting sessions and a couple of tweaks, but I think both bumpers came out really well in the end.

      I was looking to replace the ruined front bumper (the stock bumper took out a BMW that cut into a traffic circle in front of me). I don't wheel enough to justify a winch bumper, but have been in a few situations where I wished for receivers and extraction points on both ends. I was also looking for a more "shaved" look.

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    3. Mbrooks420

      Mbrooks420 High Voltage. Elite Explorer

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      I like them. They look beefy but blend well nice with the body.
       
    4. Rhett

      Rhett Let Them Eat Cake Elite Explorer

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      That's really nice looking. Are those corners rounded off? That's a good job.

      Cayman Green rules, by the way. But I may be biased.
       
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      Jason94sport Well-Known Member

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      Very nice! Nice X too, good looking for Canada's weather.
       
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      freezerlunik New Member

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      Yes, rounded out on the front retracing the body, and went with a bit more square look in the back as somehow the rear looked ...obese? with rounded out, vertical corners on the back -- so we went for a more of the geometrical/Iron Cross style.
       
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      Who built these? I am from bc looking for a good custome guy
       

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