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rear bumper swap?

Quick question guys. I was wanting to get a new rear bumper for my 95 f350 and was wondering if the one that was one there would bolt right up to my 78 f250?

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I'm not sure but I would venture a guess and say it would, with the correct mounting brackets. The reason I say this is becasue the receiver hitch that I had on my old 78 Bronco fit my 96 250, exact same part, so the frame rails are the same width.

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