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post #1 of 29 Old 07-07-2012, 12:20 PM Thread Starter
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Warn Enforcer Winch Bumper

I have a 1996 F350 PSD with the WARN (Winch) Enforcer Bumper. I am in need of the the passenger side black bumper plastic end cap. Does anyone have one for sale, or has anyone come up with a good mod to replace these plastic end caps.

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I need the driver side plastic cap to I hope someone chimes in

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I bought a used driver's side cap from a member here, but it's not in real good shape. I was wondering about fiberglassing over the top to fill in the broken part... not sure how it would hold up though.

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Why not just use the one you have and make a plaster or sand mold and make a couple out of fiber glass and coat with Plastic Dip they make for tool handles.

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Interesting suggestion. I spoke with a body shop guy a few weeks back about using bondo to repair mine. He told me it would never hold up.

However this week I emailed a person who was considering fabricating some out of metal and perhaps selling them on the forum and other places. I said that I would order a set if decides to make them.

If I was skilled at making fiber glass molds, I would consider your idea. Thanks.

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I wonder if anyone has tried cutting the end's off of some other make/model bumper. It seems like something should work/fit.

This fix/repair is quite deceiving. It looks it should not be that hard to come up with a simple repair for these black ends, but it is quite the contrary; needless to say a complex fix/problem.

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I'd like to have someone fab some out of metal but I suspect it would be rather spendy.

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I found a fab shop that can build me new end caps out of steel that will look pretty close to the original polyethylene/plastic ones. I am planning late fall to do the project. I figure it is better to go with a quality job that will last and look professional. The Enforcer bumper with winch is a nice set up and if properly restored and kept up should be long-lasting value option for my F350 PSD.

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