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post #1 of 74 Old 09-15-2008, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Iron Bull bumpers are awesome!

Im sure Ive said it already but I just wanted to start a thread saying just how awesome Iron Bull bumpers really are and what a great guy Bill (Dunesrunner08) is. Ive heard horror stories of people waiting months for their road armor or Alien Patrol bumpers. But Bill said he would have the bumper done in three weeks and he stuck to his word and it came.

The quality of the bumpers is outstanding they have great craftsmanship and the finish that comes on them is 10 times better than a powdercoat. I love my bumper and thank you again Bill for the great deals and all the customer service. Throughout the whole process Bill would be checking in and when it came he was sure to ask me if everything was satisfactory and it without a doubt was. So this thread is just to tell everyone how amazing Iron Bull Bumpers and their customer service are. Number one in my book.

Also if you have an Iron Bull bumper please post up a picture of it for everyone to see.



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Thanks man!

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that really makes the truck look scary, you do know that with that extra weight, the ricers over at West Lafayette may be able to out race you now

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Looks good!

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So for the record....there's not that much "EXTRA" weight.... my bumpers weigh between 150-190 lbs..... they are not RanchHand who tips the scales at 330lbs..... they are just as strong if not stronger though

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i know Dunes, i helped a guy from the org install the Ranchhands and it almost killed me, i was only joking with PSD

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I had to state that because it is an issue that constantly comes up....people are so used to that bolt a pinto to the front of the truck look and dont realize how lightweight we are in comparison

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Well just to be sure I can really smoke the ricers thats why injectors are comin up next, then maybe a new trans cuase Ill probably blow this one up

But yeah they are very lightweight for how big and strong of a bumper they are it is clear that these things can really take a hit but they wont break your back trying to install them.

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So for the record....there's not that much "EXTRA" weight.... my bumpers weigh between 150-190 lbs..... they are not RanchHand who tips the scales at 330lbs..... they are just as strong if not stronger though
a properly engineered and designed bumper can be light weight and stronger then a heavy *** bumper.. and it does not look like a patio deck on the front of your truck...

that's a very nice looking bumper

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