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    Front bumpers

    Any good leads for aftermarket bumpers for early 90's 6x4 Gator?

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    You got any pics of yours?? I gotta 99' 6x4 I think that they r the same... I just built a brushguard kinda like jd's only for like a quarter of a quarter of JD'S price!!!! I am considering making and selling them...

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    Cool 6x4 gator homemade brushguard

    Here is a pic of a brushguard I made out of 1/4" by 4" wide flatbar and some 1/2" tubing!!! Looks good almost like the factory one only the outside ends only have one bend, not 2 two 90deg bends. Im gonna start making and selling them as a bolt on deal. Since the bumper is welded not bolted to the brushguard. Tell me what ya think and what I can maybe improve on or change
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    Here are a few pictures of my hitch and front bumper. I also fabbed up a roll bar / light bar. Your front bumper looks nicer though!

    Here are the pics!




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    man i like that multi hitch you got in that receiver. Nice brush guard, more heavy duty than mine. im trying to figure a way to integrate a 2" front receiver into the front bumper/guard. I like what you done by supporting it in the back. What are the headlights out of?? Bet they are bright!!!

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    Multi Hitch is a harbor freight special. Like 19.99 I think. The brush guard is a snow plow mount and a couple of pieces of unistrut super strut welded on. It is pretty stout. The Head ligts are from an Audi 90/100 and have HIDs. They are bright as hell. The only issues is it is cross eyed but it still has great fill. I do alot of work in pitch black factories and plants and lights are a must. I have a few more lights to mount as well as a beacon. So many projects so little time!

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    Looks good Gatorxuv620i!

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    Thanks mannn!!!!!

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