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DIY move bumpers

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tundras (2007-2013)' started by BigCountry, Apr 11, 2017.

  1. Apr 11, 2017 at 8:26 AM
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    BigCountry

    BigCountry [OP] New Member

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    Garrett
    Edmond, ok. (Arkadelphia, Arkansas, school)
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    2009 5.7L flex fuel, 4wd, sr5.
    Leveling kit, 20" hostage fuel rims, mangmum flow dual pipe, and bull guard.
    Does anyone have any experience with these? Just got my 09 tundra a few months ago, the kid I bought it from banged up the front and back bumpers good so I'm looking for steal after market replacements. As everyone knows there crazy expensive (especially for a collage athlete who doesn't have time to work over the school year) but I came across something iv never seen before. Move bumpers, they are a do it yourself bumper. Upon order they start off at $400 for a stock front bumper. You get $50 if you get the back bumper with it witch is only about $350, and then if you make a video of you building the bumper and installing it they will send you $100. These bumpers are highly customizable (I'll boat pics below), you can even add a winch mount option! They have cut outs for LED pods and tow hooks! Granted you need a welder and be good at it, and your also responsible for paint. But after building both bumpers with all the bells and whistles it only comes to about $1000! Witch I'm deffently gonna do over the summer when I can work.

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  2. Apr 11, 2017 at 8:47 AM
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    csuviper

    csuviper Moderator Staff Member

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    Some Mods :) See build thread for details
    Interesting. Cheap way to get a solid bumper if you have a welder and the skills.
     
  3. Apr 11, 2017 at 8:50 AM
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    BigCountry

    BigCountry [OP] New Member

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    Garrett
    Edmond, ok. (Arkadelphia, Arkansas, school)
    Vehicle:
    2009 5.7L flex fuel, 4wd, sr5.
    Leveling kit, 20" hostage fuel rims, mangmum flow dual pipe, and bull guard.
    Iv built back bumpers from scratch before, always big and bulky because I don't have access to persission cutting tools like a plasma cutter. But all of these are pre cut and ready to be welded.
     

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