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Old 03-21-2016, 12:49 AM   #1
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I'm looking to buy a front and rear offroad bumper to compensate for my damaged stock ones. My truck is only leveled and I know some bumpers look better with lifted truck over leveled trucks so if any of y'all have offroad bumpers on a leveled truck please post them. I am not worried about price.

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Backwoods bumpers here. They can do any custom bumper you want. Mine came with the lights installed.








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I did the same thing after I hit a deer. Here's mine - Fusion bumper (they have front and rear)

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Level is AS 1.5 front (lifted 2") and 2" blocks in rear.

I plan on taking the air dam off, but it came back from the body shop with it on.




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my old Truck with a Fusion OffRoad



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Here's mine a few thousand dollars ago lol, with an Ironcross base bumper, 2.5" leveling kit, and 35x12.50x20 Nitto Trail Grapplers on stock Fx4 wheels

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I did the same thing after I hit a deer. Here's mine - Fusion bumper (they have front and rear)

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Level is AS 1.5 front (lifted 2") and 2" blocks in rear.

I plan on taking the air dam off, but it came back from the body shop with it on.




Go State! Did fusion ship painted or did you get that done post delivery?
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I love all those. It's gonna be real hard to pick. I can't decide if I want to go the more offroad route or more bulky route. I like them both
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Here is mine! Ranch Hand bumper on 2inch level
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I took a different route than most others here and went with a "pre-runner" style bumper. The more sleek style won out over the bulky Road Armor types for me. I also saved about 200ish lbs over some of the more bulky options.

2.5" Level
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Rogue Racing Rebel bumper with 40" curved LED bar mounted inside.


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I took a different route than most others here's and went with a "pre-runner" style bumper. The more sleek style won out over the bulky Road Armor types for me. I also saved about 200ish lbs over some of the more bulky options. 2.5" Level 315/70/17 Tires Rogue Racing Rebel bumper with 40" curved LED bar mounted inside.
That was definitely another consideration of mine. Is there enough protection under the bumper since it so high up?
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