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    I have a 88 chevy 1500 with no bumpers. I want to make my own using 2 inch bar. Its only going to cost about 250. Thats making front and rear bumpers, a set of side steps, and a roll bar. (not including paint)

    Has anyone here done this??

    If there is not already a How-To I will attempt to write one with pics.

    Currently my plans include a winch mount, 2 D-rings in front and back, and a 2 inch reciever.

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    Re: home made bumpers, side steps, and a roll bar

    i'd love to see some pics, how are you going to bend the piping as well?
    1988 1ton suburban, 35" dick cepeck mud country on hummer 2 rims, sky crossover steering, e-fans, diy4x shackle flip, zero rates, 2004 5.3L swap

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    • #3
      Re: home made bumpers, side steps, and a roll bar

      Normally you would use a hydraulic power pipe bender.

      I'm going to try and make it more aggresive looking, only cuts and welds.

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        Re: home made bumpers, side steps, and a roll bar

        my friend made a bumper for his 88 s10 with 4" steel tube, but it was just strait across and used to mow stuff down

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          Re: home made bumpers, side steps, and a roll bar

          Originally posted by FKH8RS
          my friend made a bumper for his 88 s10 with 4" steel tube, but it was just strait across and used to mow stuff down
          :lol: when i was younger i had dreams of doing that

          04' sierra - coolride and slams up front, kp in the back

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