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Old 12-07-2010, 09:09 PM
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Highboy Front Winch Bumper

I'm going to make a winch bumper for the front of my 1976 ford f250. i need some ideas! post some pics of what ya got. and maybe some plans/dimensions?

just need a good place to start.
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Ck out the "front winch bumper" thread from today it has lots of pics and idea's.
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Lots of things like this have been covered before and a quick search will usually find a thread or 2 with lots of pics/info
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i have been following some of your posts on here and i saw the winch bumper you fabricated. i was really hoping you might be able to give me the build plans for that bumper. im trying to find a bumper for my 74 f250 and i like this one the best
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I want one like this
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My 76 came with this one, but I plan on going back to a stock front bumper for the resto....
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I want that bumper! haham shoot me off an email if you wana sell it.


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My 76 came with this one, but I plan on going back to a stock front bumper for the resto....
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