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  • fun4now
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    hummm i dont supose a 1989 chevy would be in the works then.
    i guess i'll just have to make my own for my 1951 also.
    getting into multiple bumpers at a time will bring the price down if ya get all the shapes pre-cut, you should have no truble selling them they look great.

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  • Agades
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    I am in the very early stage of prototyping for the 06-07 dodge
    the design for 03-05 dodge is nearly final.

    I want to get a couple out to local people first before really pushing them.
    I dont even have a final price on what it will cost to produce yet.
    Until I finalize the designs and get some CNC programming done, being completely hand build, they are more expensive than the "others"
    They are, on the other hand, better than anything else on the market
    ( I am a little biased too)

    there's a possibility of a ford
    other than that I am focusing on the 03-07 dodge at this point

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  • Wicked one
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    costs

    Originally posted by Agades View Post
    they are for sale
    I dont know if thats acceptable to talk money on here or not
    Ok , How much did your neighbor pay!!!! Jef

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  • fun4now
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    I dont know if thats acceptable to talk money on here or not
    its no big deal, but if you would prefer shoot me an e-mail on the price or a PM eather way. but you may get a few orders if you just post it. just make shore you are e-mailable threw the forem. some one reading might want so info too. you are not suposed to advertize threw here but its not realy the same thing.

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  • Agades
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    they are for sale
    I dont know if thats acceptable to talk money on here or not

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  • fun4now
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    Agades
    how much you get for a bumper like that or was it a joke about buying one?? and about how long dose it take you to crank them out?? they look realy nice i would think you could get a decent $ for them.

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  • Wicked one
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    tires

    Originally posted by Agades View Post
    just a 2" spacer
    could do more tire but the dually rims are too narrow
    only 6"

    17" rims really limit what you can run for tires
    either factory-highway only junk, or big , or really big tires
    tell me about it try and find a really good e rated tire for off road I run them cooper st tires there ok but terrible on gravel ( lugs chunk off) So I'm trying to find some alternatives. Jef

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  • Agades
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    just a 2" spacer
    could do more tire but the dually rims are too narrow
    only 6"

    17" rims really limit what you can run for tires
    either factory-highway only junk, or big , or really big tires

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  • Wicked one
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    lift

    Originally posted by Agades View Post
    all I got for pics right now
    you may see other bumpers on the market that have some similarities
    EX: reunell, buckstop, Hoyle's bushpush, road armor etc.
    but none are the same as this one
    Did you have to lift your truck to fit them tires? or just put a 2" spacer in between the back wheels? Jef

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  • Agades
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    all I got for pics right now
    you may see other bumpers on the market that have some similarities
    EX: reunell, buckstop, Hoyle's bushpush, road armor etc.
    but none are the same as this one

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  • Wicked one
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    truck

    Originally posted by Agades View Post
    thank you for all the compliments
    yes that is my welding truck ,486 rear wheel HP cummins, 285/70/17 with 2" spacers in rear
    and yes the bank does own part of it and the shop too
    its the american way baby
    sorry no drawings
    you can buy a bumper and make drawings of it though
    Anymore pictures of it ??? JEf

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  • Agades
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    sorry Darmik
    I didnt mean to butt in and steal the thread
    you did a fine job on your truck!
    you , or anyone should be proud of something that they can build themselves, especially something functional and nice looking.

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  • Agades
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    Originally posted by WICKED ONE View Post
    Do you have any drawings for that bumper???
    thank you for all the compliments
    yes that is my welding truck ,486 rear wheel HP cummins, 285/70/17 with 2" spacers in rear
    and yes the bank does own part of it and the shop too
    its the american way baby
    sorry no drawings
    you can buy a bumper and make drawings of it though

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  • fun4now
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    i went a lil diferent way with mine, no winch.
    those are some grat looking bumpers guys. verry nice design.
    as you can probly tell mine is not for work.
    Attached Files

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  • Wicked one
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    bumpin

    Originally posted by Agades View Post
    my bumper, made from scratch
    Do you have any drawings for that bumper???

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