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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Mitchellville, Ia
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If you are not particulary fond of your front bumper, remove it from the truck, get some bags of quick crete, mix it up. Turn your bumper upside down, make some molds to keep the crete away from the mounting locations and your air holes. Pour into the bumper, smooth off around the edges. Take some strap metal and make brackets to secure it if it ever cracks or tries to come out. I had a friend that had access to a foundry where he melted down cast metal and did it. He also did one where he used chunks of heavy cast and the quick crete. Maybe that will help you get some hidden weight.
2005 Dodge 3500 CC LB 5.9 48RE Smarty 5" Silverline Exhaust AFE Stage 2 305/70/17 Nitto Grapplers Tinted Windows
Putco light bar
1968 Corvette Coupe 5.9 cummins 47RH with Goerend parts assembled by Gilmore Performance 180 pump built by Smokem 12pt cage Ford 9" with spool 35 spline moser axles pro gears Quick Time DOT drag slicks tilt front end soon to get paint and more air.
1995 F-350 Crew Cab soon to be 6 door DRW Hauler project: 5.9 conversion in progress ZF5 speed destroked adaptor plate King pin D60 3.55 gears