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Old 03-14-2014, 08:10 AM
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Identify this A/M Bumper

Hey guys found this on craigslist today and the guy thinks it came off an 05 F350, he claims its a Ranch Hand. I have looked all over the net but it does not look like a Ranch Hand due to the way the front center bars are shaped. Anyone know what it is and if it even fits a Ford? Trying not to waste a 3 hour round trip drive if it doesn't fit the truck.
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Old 03-14-2014, 08:11 AM
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it looks like a ranch hand knock off, but it looks right otherwise
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Hey guys found this on craigslist today and the guy thinks it came off an 05 F350, he claims its a Ranch Hand. I have looked all over the net but it does not look like a Ranch Hand due to the way the front center bars are shaped. Anyone know what it is and if it even fits a Ford? Trying not to waste a 3 hour round trip drive if it doesn't fit the truck.

From my research, those bumpers are manufactured in Mexico and sold in TX by different companies. Western Depot is the one I know of. The main concern I would have is what material they use to build them. Not uncommon for the Ranch Hand knock offs you see in the US to be manufactured in MX and built with lighter materials like Sch 10 pipe instead of Sch 40 pipe which Ranch Hand uses, etc.

http://www.westerndepotinc.com/


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Looks like a ranchhand or knock off of one at least. Definitely for a superduty though.
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All the ranchhands I have seen say r h on the rectangular tag in the grill work

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Def ranch hand or knock for super duty.


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