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Old 11-25-2010, 07:43 AM
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Deer/Brush Guard

I went hunting in Texas this past weekend and The owner of the ranch had a Jeep that had a deer/brush guard that he could fold down about 45 degrees and could put the deer on top of it. Do they have this for a superduty or do I have to get it fabricated.
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Old 11-25-2010, 09:18 AM
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it looks like that bumper and guard was fabricated. you prolly wont find one for a S.D. that folds down, there almost built too heavy but it could be done.
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doesn't a superduty come with a pickup bed? Guess i better keep my OBS! I know it has a place to put a deer!
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Old 11-25-2010, 11:37 AM
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doesn't a superduty come with a pickup bed? Guess i better keep my OBS! I know it has a place to put a deer!
lol i thought the exact same thing, i guess us Lewiston boys think the same!
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Old 11-25-2010, 12:06 PM
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that is F'in awesome! how nice is that! haha that would be great if they had that for a SD
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Some people do have campers in the bed of their trucks when they hunt. I however have a ranch house to stay at, that is old as hell, but I can at least throw deer in the bed of my pickup!
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Old 11-25-2010, 12:19 PM
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yeah me too but im just saying that is pretty cool
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It was designed by some friends of mine and fabricated by someone that business went belly up. I was just seeing if anyone has seen one for a truck. I want a brush guard for my truck and I figured why not have it serve more than one purpose and I just think is slicker than snot. I have a bed with a shell on it that makes it harder to spray out.
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you could fab one up. alot of the well rigs around here do it so they can tilt the hood up, but it would be hard to get it solid to keep it from rattling and banging. theres a few heavy duty bumpers such as a ranch hand but your going to shell some major green, but its well worth it.
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