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Old 04-24-2012, 04:10 PM
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Rear Bumper compatiablity for (1975 Ranchero)

Anyone got a idea on which bumpers would be compatibly with a 1975 Ranchero

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Just take it to a chrome shop & have it straightened and rechromed.
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Just take it to a chrome shop & have it straightened and rechromed.

You think they can deal with that?
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You think they can deal with that?
Absolutely Yes!!
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I am sure they could cause they have brackets to sit it on they can possiably drill a whole and attatch a rod to it and reform it
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That'll cost a good amount of chero bucks doing that. Otherwise from 72-79 the rear bumpers can be swapped with no issue.
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That'll cost a good amount of chero bucks doing that. Otherwise from 72-79 the rear bumpers can be swapped with no issue.
which bumpers in general can i use only chero bumpers? cause It kills me to see that thing on the back off my baby....

and someone keyed up my paint ~,~ i gotta get something that matches the paint some mattalic nail polish or something.

I got a neighbor who is my mortal enemy and i never did anything to the guy
and he keys peoples vehicles.

Luckily, I got my friends in 2009 to egg that chevy lovers truck, flat his tires, and spray paint his windows.


It's good to have white teenagers as my friends lol!

sick "bat Turd" had it coming to him.
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Not exactly sure. I know that the ltd ones look the same, but they are not! So stray from those. I would say try and find a ranchero in your area that has got in an accident in the front and take the rear bumper from it.
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Look for a station wagon around the same years as to what you have.
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Same: 1972/79 Ranchero & 1972/73 Torino Station Wagons only! 1974/76 Torino & 1977/79 LTD II station wagons are not the same. Have 5 MPH rear bumpers with collapsible bumper isolators (brackets), huge steel bumper reinforcement.

1972/79 Ranchero/1972/73 Torino wagons: There are 4 different rear bumpers: With/without bumper guards / With/without horizontal bumper pads.
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Careful there brother slim, your playing with fire...

yea well when you know a guy that beats on women, steals women's panties from the landery room, hits peoples vehicles and scuffs their paint. They had it coming TO EM!


No one likes this guy and he is by far "THE CREEPIEST" loser with a feminate voice.
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Look for a station wagon around the same years as to what you have.

didn't the ranchero come from the Ranch Wagon anyway?
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The first models in the 50's kind of, as in looks. After that no.
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The first models in the 50's kind of, as in looks. After that no.

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