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Old 12-19-2011, 12:45 AM   #1
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I used the search feature here, but to no avail. I bought my truck with a banged up bumper and recently got a newer one in much better shape, I was wondering if anyone had a how to type of deal on how to remove the bumper? I looked under and I just couldn't figure it out.
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Old 12-19-2011, 01:18 AM   #2
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4 bolts holding it to the frame. Easier than falling off a log
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4 bolts holding it to the frame. Easier than falling off a log
x2 4 pretty rust bolts.
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PB Blaster will be your best friend man. Aside from that, the hardest part is going to be turning the nuts.
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x2 4 pretty rust bolts.
My truck is rusty as shat but my bumper came off with a 3/8 ratchet
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I used the search feature here, but to no avail. I bought my truck with a banged up bumper and recently got a newer one in much better shape, I was wondering if anyone had a how to type of deal on how to remove the bumper? I looked under and I just couldn't figure it out.
How could you have looked under your truck and not figure it out!!! Lmao not to mention you have a replacement so im sure you can see the 4 studs on it.

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How could you have looked under your truck and not figure it out!!! Lmao not to mention you have a replacement so im sure you can see the 4 studs on it.
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remember to get a jack or two so you don't get a bumper in the nuts
or a good friend.
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hey hey guys lets not be mean- but for reals on the nuts thing be careful
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hey hey guys lets not be mean- but for reals on the nuts thing be careful
very true, can never be to safe with your nuts.
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