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How do you make a custom front bumper?

Does anyone have any plans or sites I can use to make my own front bumper/grill guard, with measurements and such????

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i tried to find some info out a while ago but didn't get much heres the link
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Drink a lot of beer and come up with your owne sh!t. That's what I do..

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use cardboard and tape, mock it up, then use the cardboard as templates. that way if you F it up, just grab another piece of cardboard. use brazing rods for tube builds, just make sure you remember if you made outside tube or inside tube bends.

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OBSs look good with 6" pipe bumpers

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link to Tank's pics of his project he did

Tank's Bumper pics

somewhere on the org he has a diagram where he shows the tubing dimensions, etc

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i wish i could find some way to retrofit tanks design for an obs

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-286,910.2 Miles
-Grand Rock 6in Stacks Straight Piped, Killed the Kitty
-S&B Air Intake
-Rancho RS5000 Shocks
-Warn Premium Manual Hubs
-Walmart Special Stereo (Duel $50 Model)
-Driver Seatbelt Thingy
-Velvet Steering Wheel Cover!!!
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i found this thread thers some pics if you scrol down dont know if it will help

Making a Front End Replacement - OBS

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