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Will this tube bumper fit?

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by Harder93, July 12, 2011.

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  1. Harder93

    Harder93 Member

    April 25, 2011
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    I have a chance to pick up the front and rear tube bumpers off a jeep wrangler for 60 bucks just wondering if they will fit on my 93 explorer

    explorers are 70" wide
    wranglers are 66" wide

    Im mostly looking at the frame widths if it will just bolt up with a few new holes

    and im mostly just wanting the rear bumper
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  3. Anime

    Anime EF YEAH!! Elite Explorer

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    If you have a grinder and welder, they can be modified to fit.

    They probably won't bolt up securely otherwise though.
  4. gmanpaint

    gmanpaint It's Always Something! Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Frame rails widths are whats most important. There is only a little bit of difference in the two vehicles frame widths. You can cut the ends off at the turn (if there is one), or cut a notch, heat em up, & bend the ends to make them wider, and weld the notch. Make some boxed caps for the frame rails, and bolt the bumpers to the caps thru the frame rails.

    Anime is right. There is other ways, I just threw one example out there. :)

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