Well I started the thread so I might as well post the pictures. Sorry these are bad quality, and my bumpers arn't exactly clean. They are just pictures I have on my computer. I'll get some better pictures when I find the cord for my camera.
My front bumper and winch. Works good. Lots of modifications I want to do to it though.
My rear bumper. Plenty of beef in the whole bumper and huge god damn mounting brackets.
Originally Posted by fatdan460
wtf? you don't post in forever and then when you do i see that i'm not quoted in your signature anymore. i r sad
Eh, since I don't have my winch yet, I haven't done the necessary modifications to the front bumper. The rear is just a stock slightly bent step bumper. For now. Here's the front bumper right after I put it on.
I did clean it up and painted it with truck bed liner stuff, but it's since gotten very dirty. Yeah; there were some BFG Mall Terrains on there for a spell. I'm currently back to the stock size in a mud terrain (I like skinny for snow, and winter's just about here). And yes, that's a TTB under there too LOL.
Heheh, I wouldn't mind starting with a Dana 60 and some lift, followed by a set of 35"+ tires, unfortunately, money's an object this time of year. For now, I'll work on trying to get the winch.
PS; I dig the 4x4 dually van for some strange reason. I like stuff that's different.
I too would love to see some bumpers for the older(92-97s).
I am thinking bout a Ranchhand full replacement, but they are soooo damn high!
THE GOOD: 2011 F150 4x4 w/5.0 Awesome driver!
THE BAD: 03 Corvette Z06. My "Bowtie" is checkered flags.
THE UGLY: 82 Ford F250, 351W, NP435, Warn winch, Military OZ 36's, Add a Leaves all the way around.
CURRENTLY UNDERWAY: 4bbl intake/carb conversion, 2in TTB drop brackets, Bushwacker cut outflares, and 37in MTRs.
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