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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-27-2001, 03:54 PM
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Front bumper needed

hi, When I bought my sami, the front and rear bumper both had damage. The rear was twisted, so I twisted it back by hand, but the front was smashed in a little. I've added a few dents to it, and it now looks like crud and the rest of my rig looks nice, so it's got to go.

Does anyone have a stock bumper in good shape to sell, or a after market one that Looks NICE. I got quoted $50 from a wrecking yard for one that had a dent in it. I live in Redding California, I'm hoping something will be local?

The picture attached is the place where I added some damage. I don't know what I was thinking dropping into that hole. We dug the other bank flat, but my friend thought that putting a rock in my path would help, but all it did was but a big dent in the bumper. the funny thing is, we had to turn around about a mile down the trail because of a fallen tree. The other bank was even bigger. Anyone else ever made a rock ramp?

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Re: Front bumper needed

All we had was a claw hammer in the back!

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Re: Front bumper needed

I have a front and rear bumper that you can have if you want them. I don't really want to deal with shipping though.

A couple of the plastic end-caps are kinda messed up, but the bumpers themselves are fine. I'm in Livermore,CA and the bumpers are in Pioneer,CA right now. Once they are back at my house I can double check and make sure they didn't have any dents but I don't remember seeing any.

They are both spray painted flat black.


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Re: Front bumper needed

i dunno... i think youd be better off just buyin a off road bumper... those factory bumpers are nothing more than light tabs hehee.

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Re: Front bumper needed

FYI.I sent a bumper from Ct to OK by UPS and all I did was wrap it in brown paper. It weighed just 17# and was about $7 to ship.

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