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Talking Thunder Struck Two Times

I have had Thunder Struck bumpers on my Pulling truck for a little while but I got struck again today with new ones for my 00 Crew Cab.

Check them out and tell me what you think.

















I still have to get the 05 harley headlights and grill on my DD...

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nice, But how heavy are they? Do they make them in aluminum?

Looks like good deer/cow insurance. I hit a horse a few years ago made a mess.

I am always looking to loose weight on my trucks. I like to carry to many tools, jack, chain, ect.

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I really like the rear, the front I'm still not sure I like the forward slant.
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I'm kinda with Doug on this one. I really really like the rears.

The fronts...at least to me...make the truck look like it has a fat lip.

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I like the forward slant it is functional 1st when you hit that deer @ 70 mph the deer's body mass will go down greatly eliminating to chance of the head and/or horns snapping back and taking out the hood, grill and head lights. Also you can probably remove the grill with out dropping the bumper.

the issue with this would be making the truck longer and less agile in tight spots.

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Ive got two words for that front bumper. APPROACH ANGLE.

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Ive got two words for that front bumper. APPROACH ANGLE.
^yeah what he said^

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