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  1. UnleashedFord
    07-06-2010 04:02 AM - permalink
    yo bro how much do you think a iron bull bumper for front and back would be for my truck?

    or each one?
  2. Keaka06f150
    12-05-2009 02:34 AM - permalink
    okay cool, well i did the color selector thing and i wanted to know if there is a red brighter than the one listed? it seems very dark and i have a very bright red truck the paint code is e4 and believe the color is called vermillion. thanks
  3. Keaka06f150
    12-01-2009 07:34 AM - permalink
    hey man, i saw on one of the threads that a guy said you deal with katzkin? i have recently been looking at getting new leather seats for my truck and may be interested in a black leather setup with red inserts. any information on this will be appreciated! thanks
  4. tleach17
    11-30-2009 10:26 AM - permalink
    thanks for the reply.
  5. tleach17
    11-29-2009 07:11 PM - permalink
    I hear your the guy who can get things. Do you have access to the amp research power steps? If so can you get me a price for an 01 supercab. (not Supercrew) Thanks.
  6. hende33
    07-01-2009 03:27 PM - permalink
    i saw that you can get a good deal on a rbp grille for an 04-08 f150? can you still get me a good deal on one?
  7. codybr09
    05-15-2009 01:35 PM - permalink
    can you give me a price for a front bumper i have a 2006 f150
  8. 4x4kid17
    05-14-2009 01:54 PM - permalink
    hey my friend was wondering what the price would be for a front bumper for a 2003 f150? any info would be great! thanks
  9. tkasunic
    02-19-2009 12:19 AM - permalink
    Dunes Runner. I recently smashed up my front end and would hate to put factory parts back on. How much is the Iron Bull front bumper for the F150 - I have a 2005.
  10. DunesRunner08
    11-17-2008 12:38 AM - permalink
    I have seen them pop when people didnt use the right tools and it can really injure you... I suggest doing a lift, but only if you can afford it... like I said in the thread, a cheap lift is better than cranking everything up


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