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Careful there brother slim, your playing with fire...
1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT *The Green Machine* 351Mutant§35x12.5R15§3" Body lift§
1987 Ford Mustang GT§Drag Radials§5 speed§FAST!§PGM Leading The Washington Chapter With An Iron Fist! - Dylan
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.
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.
Bill / Retired Ford Parts Manager / Part number research: 1928/2001 trucks & 1928/89 passenger cars.
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