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post #1 of 5 Old 02-18-2012, 11:48 AM Thread Starter
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Bumper question

I have a 2003 f350 7.3 im looking to get a new rear bumper and i was wondering the best place to look for one, or if itd be better to get a newer model bumper to make it look fresh. If anyone knows let me know....
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I picked up new ranch hand front rear and n fan steps at bumpersandbeds.com they have an eBay store but I bought direct instead. Had it shipped without breaking the bank as well. Even if you go factory they sell take offs as well. Might be worth checking out.


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I would go ahead and get the newer style bumper if I was replacing my old one. I like how they look a lot better, especially if you have the tail gate and lights to match.

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Id go with ranch hand bumpers. You will never have to replace one again.

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sometimes you can get lucky on craigslist and find take offs. I always cruise through "super duty" parts on my local CL ads. last night I found a guy with 3 or 4 new take off beds, and another 3 or 4 tail gates/lights (in addition to the complete beds he was selling for decent prices)

My friend fixed a "totaled" F350 and put a brand new box on his '05 it looks great with the new bumper/tailgate/lights!


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