Thanks I made all the bumpers. The bumpers on the baby tonka used to be on my truck when I was in High School. About 5 years ago I built the other bumpers on the grey beast. Check out my bumpers on my RC on my website. I've got a large tire rack on the back of mine.
i know, i can piss of ramman by buying a rice burner. ha ha ha. i'm going to repaint the baby tonka in next summer. same silver, not OD green like my buddy ramman wants it to be. 86" ram is going to be nice forest green, not like floresent orange like ramman wants it again.
The front bumper weighs about 250 pounds. It's 4 inch schedule 40 pipe for the bumper and 1 1/4 inch schedule 80 drill stem for the brush guard. The rear bumper is about 180 maybe 200 pounds. It's 4 inch schedule 40 pipe with 1/2 inch plate for the reciever hitch. I built both of those bumpers when I was in high school. The rear was built in 94 and the front was built in 97. I traded both bumpers (which were just gathering dust and rust) for a modified spyder paintball gun.
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