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by bartonmd » Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:13 pm

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ALL BUMPERS AND SKID PLATES HAVE NOT BEEN CRASH TESTED, SO ARE FOR OFF ROAD USE ONLY! IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE THEM ON PUBLIC ROADS, THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS, BUT I TAKE NO LIABILITY FOR IT!

Bumpers:

The stock body/frame bumper has a standard price of $475. This includes shackle mounts, wings, and a rattle-can paint job.

The 3" body lift bumper has a standard price of $500. This includes shackle mounts, wings, and a rattle can paint job.

Stock body/frame winch bumper has a standard price of $625. This includes shackle mounts, wings, fairlead cutout, and a rattle can paint job.

2" and 3" body lift winch bumpers have a standard price of $600. This includes shackle mounts, wings, fairlead cutout, and rattle can paint job.

Options for bumpers:
- Wings delete - (minus $25)
- No paint - (minus $10)
- 2" receiver - $50
- Mod for '06+ LT grill - $50
- Center tube or stinger - $75
- Full tube brush guard - $175
- 2" or 5" frenched in light holes/mounts - $50 per set, you provide the lights
- Black powdercoat - $100 (add $25 for hoop or add $50 for full tube guard)
- Black powdercoat + clearcoat - $150 (same adders as above)

Pics:

Standard bumper with 2" receiver:
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Standard bumper with 2" receiver, 1 set of 5" lights, and 1 set of 2" lights:
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Standard bumper with 2" receiver, center hoop, and powdercoat:
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Standard bumper with 2" receiver, full tube brush guard, and powdercoat:
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3" body lift bumper with 2" receiver:
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3" body lift bumper with 2" receiver and center hoop:
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3" body lift with 2" receiver, full tube guard, and powdercoat:
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3" body lift with 2" receiver, 1 set of 5" lights, and 1 set of 2" lights:
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3" body lift bumper on a newer LT, with a 2" receiver and a 2" pair of lights:
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3" body lift bumper with "LT" mod on an LS with an SS grille, with a 5" pair of lights:
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Standard winch bumper with 2 sets of lights and a full tube brush guard:
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2" body lift winch bumper with center hoop and powdercoat:
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3" body lift winch bumper with full tube brush guard and 1 set of 2" lights:
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by bartonmd » Sat Feb 25, 2012 9:38 pm

Oil pan skids: $165 powdercoated and shipped with stainless steel hardware.

- $10 rear bold head protectors optional

(These currently come without the front lip, so they'll work with the radiator skids)

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Radiator skids: $260 + shipping, including hardware, rattle can painted.

- $10 rear bolt head protectors optional
- $75 for powdercoat

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Under bumper with 3" body lift:

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On mine, pieces not yet welded together, no body lift:

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On mine, no body lift, under stock bumper cover:

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On 3" body lift LT bumper:

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Profile view on 3" body lift TB, with MDB Fab 3" body lift bumper:

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Bolt head protector:

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by Vic montalvo » Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:45 am

3" body lift bumper with 2" receiver and the 5" pair of light : interested for a 2005 trailblazer LS,,,,my question do you also do the rear bumper?
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by bartonmd » Tue Sep 25, 2012 10:45 am

Vic montalvo wrote:3" body lift bumper with 2" receiver and the 5" pair of light : interested for a 2005 trailblazer LS,,,,my question do you also do the rear bumper?


Yes, I do:

viewtopic.php?f=35&t=3471
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viewtopic.php?f=35&t=3192
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Non Body Lift single swing starts around $800, Body lift single swing starts around $900, and body lift double swing starts around $1050. PM me about specifics about the rear bumpers.

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by envoyoflife03 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 9:44 pm

Hello! Yes I'm a noob and probly missed this answer but do you do installs at your shop if so price thanks!
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by Cable810 » Sat Jul 13, 2013 8:45 am

He normally ships them out to the buyer. Send Him a Pm.
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by bartonmd » Sat Jul 13, 2013 9:13 am

Oh! This is what you meant when you said you had tried to contact me, before sending me the email. Sorry, I wasn't on here between the 8:44PM post and the 1AM email.

I do normally ship them because not many people are local, but Yes, if you are local, semi-local, or just passing through, as long as it's an evening for a short install, or a weekend for most installs, I do install them at my house.

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by mikekey » Tue Oct 01, 2013 1:59 pm

What thickness is your steel Mike?
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by bartonmd » Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:05 pm

Depends on what it is, but most things are 7ga-3/16".

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by ErikSS » Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:08 pm

Just a side note. He gets really good steal. I found it to torch and weld smoother and cleaner than almost anything else I've worked with. :safari:
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by bartonmd » Wed Oct 02, 2013 1:19 am

ErikSS wrote:Just a side note. He gets really good steal. I found it to torch and weld smoother and cleaner than almost anything else I've worked with. :safari:


Yep. It costs a little more, but I get "pickled and oiled" steel, which has the mill scale acid etched off, so it is much cleaner to weld.

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by company4williamson » Thu Mar 27, 2014 10:20 pm

Hey your bumpers are sick! I would like to order a set once I'm out of the hospital. Question can you fab the factory fog lights into the bumpers? I've been looking through the forums and I haven't seen were anyone has asked.
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by DirtyBacon04 » Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:52 am

FYI, you're probably looking at a wait time of about 1 year...
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by Trail X » Fri Mar 28, 2014 3:47 pm

Why would you want the factory fogs? They put out a completely useless beam pattern.
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by bartonmd » Sat Mar 29, 2014 6:56 am

No. Factory fogs are not only a really weird shape and profile, but they suck, and there's no reason to use them. You can hook aftermarket lights to your fog light wires, though, if you want.

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by tsmith1156 » Fri May 09, 2014 6:55 pm

Are you still back ordered on the bumpers for awhile?
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by bartonmd » Fri May 09, 2014 7:47 pm

tsmith1156 wrote:Are you still back ordered on the bumpers for awhile?


The next thread down from this one in the same forum: viewtopic.php?f=35&t=5176

I tried to edit this post to remove pricing for finished bumpers, but it won't let me edit it without messing up several of the pictures. Something about not liking the dimensions of the pictures.

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by Ceciljunior74 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:42 am

Where can i buy a 3" body lift bumper with "LT" mod on an LS with an SS grille, with a 5" pair of lights if they are still available.
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by bartonmd » Mon Nov 23, 2015 9:27 am

Ceciljunior74 wrote:Where can i buy a 3" body lift bumper with "LT" mod on an LS with an SS grille, with a 5" pair of lights if they are still available.


Read the first 2 pages of this thread (viewtopic.php?f=35&t=4117) then send me a PM.

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by escapepilot » Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:23 am

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