Here's a couple bumpers I built and just wondering what people thought of them. :confused013: so let me know.. comments of all kinds welcome. bumpers are built with 3/16" plate and 2"x2" 3/16" wall square tubing
thanks! I have done welding and fab work for a while on the side but now i am starting to get a lot of local interest in these bumpers so I am kind of expanding my operation and building more. also have a rear bumper in the works. the white truck in the pics is being built into a pulling truck and has the two receivers in the bumper for a weight box, so the frame behind the bumper is stout enough to handle a big load.
haha i wondered when someone would notice that tire. well the small building on the end of the large brick building is my shop. the other buildings are my dads. my shop door measures 7ft tall. the stack didnt wanna clear goin in so i let some air out
i went to college for weldin and up til i got laid off i was weldin for a livin. i got bored and built my own front bumper too. haha. its amazin how many people ask whered ya get that bumper?:rof:thumbsup:
Hey bud how much would u charge to build a set of bumbers. My buddy told me about this thread and i really like your work. I need a set for a 2500 chevy just like u build for the dodge with both recievers in it. My chevy is a 97. And also wanna set for a 2000 dodge 2500. pm me a price please i live in florida but i am willing to drive your way for a clean bumber like that. Also got any ideas of what your rear ones is going to look like?
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