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I found a Ranch Hand front bumper on Craiglist this week that will fit my Dad's 94 suburban. He has been wanting a grill guard and a hitch reciever up front. This bumper has both. It is the heavy duty version and the previous owner had the whole thing Rhino lined. This puppy is HEAVY. It probably weight 300+ pounds. I am going to try to install it this weekend. Anyone wanna come help lift? :lol:
 

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I have 3 words for you.

Two Floor Jacks!
 

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Sounds like a good project! Go into downtown Dallas and get some day laborers and have them do the heavy lifting for you. :)
 

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Steve said:
Sounds like a good project! Go into downtown Dallas and get some day laborers and have them do the heavy lifting for you. :)
I can ice down some beer and probably have 3 neighbors there to help me within minutes. I also have an engine hoist if it comes down to that, but it shouldn't be too bad with a jack and a couple of guys.
 

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You have a neighbor you call grumpy?
 

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Steve said:
You have a neighbor you call grumpy?
Yes. He got the name from some of the neighborhood kids and it just stuck with the rest of us too.
 

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Now that is a cool bumper, I am working on adding the hitch and winch mount to my front bumper but it sure would have been nice to have it there to begin with.

The Rhino liner is a great idea also, my bumper came powder coated but has not held up that well there is some paint chipping and surface rust on the ends and its only 3 years old.
 
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