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post #1 of 17 Old 02-23-2014, 05:30 PM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket bumper?

I'm looking for a pretty heavy duty aftermarket bumper. One with a mount for the winch mount. The only places I found was Iron Cross and Iron Bull. I've heard some bad things about Iron Bull. Any other suggestions? I have a 96 F250 Powerstroke
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I'm looking at some myself. Buckstop bumpers are nice.


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What bad have you heard of iron bull?

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I'm looking at some myself. Buckstop bumpers are nice.


Buckstop are nice looking bumpers especially when combined with the side protection (see attached)
On edit: I think that pic I attached is a buckstop....now that I look at it, I can't tell for sure.


On my old powerstroke I ran a T3 bumper with winch mount and loved it.
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I am going with ranch hands they are expensive but great quality

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Fusion makes the best looking "heavy duty" bumper for an obs imo

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thinking about building my own front and rear bumpers

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That's what I did because nothing else fit the style of the truck without being bulky. So I went for the ADD venom bumper style.

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That's what I did because nothing else fit the style of the truck without being bulky. So I went for the ADD venom bumper style.
i like your bumper in the sig close to what im looking at doing

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