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Custom Rear Bumber on 94 Sport

Discussion in 'Offroad Fabrication - Bumpers, Sliders, Cages etc.' started by svande8952, December 19, 2004.

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  1. svande8952

    svande8952 Active Member

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    Hey Players, Check out my new custom fab bumper. It is 2 inch .180 wall-the good stuff!![​IMG]
    This week I am going to finish the 2 inch reciever that will go between the 2 center tubes. The whole thing is bolt on except for the side supports.[​IMG] [​IMG]
    I wanted to get this on before I do the SAS over xmas break.
     
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  3. svande8952

    svande8952 Active Member

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    damn, I don't think the pics worked.
     
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    OK here they are.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    still not working, try editing your post instead of posting.
     
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    I can see them, what do I do?
     
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    I see them fine, and it looks good.
     
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    I just had to copy the link in properties, and paste in a new window.
    Looks very sharp.
     
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    Thanks guys, I don't know why the photos aren't working. They're hosted by cardomain.com.
     
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    that bumper looks super nice!! very similar to something i have been intending on fabbing up in the near future, with hopefully a front bumper/skid plate/brushguard all in one as well
     
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    Cool. That's like what I had in mind, only square tubing. Don't have a bender.
    Where is your plate?
     
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    nice add some lights in the bumper. looks good
     
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    Thanks players, the plate is just some stuff I found lying around the steel shop, and the angle iron is 3x4 inch that the steel guy gave me for free.
     
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    Where is your liscence plate?
     
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    In the back window for now. I'll strap it on the bumper eventually.
     
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    More pics with the reciever welded in.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    you could always make a hitch mounted license plate holder...thats if you are only using that hitch for recovery purposes. Just slide out your license plate when you go wheelin' and pop in the old clevis :thumbsup:
     
  19. Kirby N.

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    Hey- that one looks really familiar. I like the design it is close to mine. I did the liscense plate 2x2 reciever mount thing. I didn't like messing with it and I was afraid someone would walk off with my plate.

    Some D-Ring mounts would be rad on those outside Verticle tubes.
     
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    Here is a picture of mine in action. You can buy those Dring mounts on Rockstomper.com

    My Rear Bumper
     
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    Nice, I like your version, is that 2 inch tube?
     






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