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Anybody have pictures of a Ranchhand bumper or something similar to that on an extended cab short bed truck or even a long bed?
 

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both if possible but I really like the look of the rear bumper you have.
 

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I still like the angular look of the Road Armor rear bumper best... :D



 

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this isn't a ranchhand but very similiar and much cheaper and i know it isn't a ec but it gives you a look really

 

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jdugie123;1592400; said:
this isn't a ranchhand but very similiar and much cheaper and i know it isn't a ec but it gives you a look really

(Image has been resized. Click it for full size.)

Its a trail boss. The new design has the oval style lights. I like how the diamond plate comes off of the outside of the pipe rather than under it.
 

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The reason I'm asking for pics is that I'm concerned that a big front end replacement that sticks out would be too much on the front of a short truck like an extended cab short bed and look funny. What do y'all think?
 

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tmhovis;1592493; said:
The reason I'm asking for pics is that I'm concerned that a big front end replacement that sticks out would be too much on the front of a short truck like an extended cab short bed and look funny. What do y'all think?
It will look fine IMO. I had a SCSB with F&R replacements for a while.
 

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here is mine. i dont know how to make the pics better so this is the best i could do.
 

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tmhovis;1592493; said:
The reason I'm asking for pics is that I'm concerned that a big front end replacement that sticks out would be too much on the front of a short truck like an extended cab short bed and look funny. What do y'all think?
It looks just fine. it make sthe truck look really tough.
 

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ok go here and see more pics of my truck. i cant figuer out this diesel page picture upload cause my pics are to big and i have no idea how to resize them.

http://new.photos.yahoo.com/t_mg115/
 

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when I click on that link it says that you have no photos
 

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also, is there a ranch hand rear bumper that allows you to still use the stock towing package?
 

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My Ranchand uses the stock hitch/towing package. It has tabs on the backside that allow the stock "bumper" bolts to be connected.
 

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Now, 502 Jimmy, I assume you have the "Cowboy" bumper, but how much drop do you have? 8", 10"?
 

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tmhovis;1592693; said:
when I click on that link it says that you have no photos

Opps sorry about that. it is now fixed.
 

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pics of the front end replacement in garage. im currently looking into a back one.
 

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tmhovis;1592748; said:
Now, 502 Jimmy, I assume you have the "Cowboy" bumper, but how much drop do you have? 8", 10"?
I believe its the 10" that works with the factory hitch. Its been a few years since I ordered it.

John
 

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i have the 10in and use it with the factory hitch. it works just fine.
 

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mine isn't a trail boss it is from brown welding and manufacturing he makes all his own stuff and if you want to use your factory hitch a 10" step bumper will work i could of used mine but didn't want to so i had it welded on the truck and it works fine for what i want if i have to haul something heavy that is what the GN trailer is for but i don't think ranch hand makes the rear bumpers with welded on receivers anymore i think they are all bolt on now
 
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