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Anyone have a ranch hand bumper? A teenage girl grazed the corner of my rear bumper last night (then she tried to run, and I had to chase her down, but that's another story). It looks like I can get one of these for cheaper than a factory. Any thoughts?

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I have the ranch hand grill guard - good quality. A friend of mine has the front and back bumpers and he has no complaints, either

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Are you just going to get the back bumper for your truck or are you going to get the front bumper as well?

 

You can usually find some rear bumpers for decent prices on E-Bay.

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I don't have them, but want them. Are you wanting a front end replacement or a brush guard? If you are thinking front end replacement, then know that they weigh like 350 lbs, which is about 300 lbs heavier than the stock bumper! Anyway, could play havoc on the front end. I love the way they look though! :cheers:

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Geez....why don't you get a meaty bumper!? :D:D:smash:

 

Just jok'n....they look good and tough. :cheers:

 

Have you checked with your local offroad shop? They carry them at mine.

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Just thinking about the back now, and only because someone is paying for it. Pricing them out, the stealership says $594.21 to put her back to stock, and the Ranchhand shipped is $440, I bolt it on. I think they look pretty cool, and definitely more durable than stock.

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I don't have them, but want them. Are you wanting a front end replacement or a brush guard? If you are thinking front end replacement, then know that they weigh like 350 lbs, which is about 300 lbs heavier than the stock bumper! Anyway, could play havoc on the front end. I love the way they look though! :cheers:

close, the front replacement is 245 lbs, it istn THAT bad on the truck, the rear is about 130 LBS. i work for ranch hand. i swear by these, i have had them on quite a few trucks, i see the protection that they offer, i dont have them on my current truck, but i did. 440 shipped was that fro the front or rear?

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$390+$50 shipping. That's the back. O2 Z71, 8" drop cowboy, without the lights. I've got a receiver.Sound about right, size wise? It was a women I talked to. She seemed pretty knowledgeable, sounds like a good company.

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$390+$50 shipping. That's the back. O2 Z71, 8" drop cowboy, without the lights. I've got a receiver.Sound about right, size wise? It was a women I talked to. She seemed pretty knowledgeable, sounds like a good company.

that sounds right, list price is 399 though. we have pretty knowledgable reps :cheers: post some pics when you get it

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I've been looking at getting a ranch hand grille guard, any ideas on what those run?

 

The local dealer in town is reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally expensive on stuff.

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I've been looking at getting a ranch hand grille guard, any ideas on what those run?

 

The local dealer in town is reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally expensive on stuff.

list price is 436 for our standard grille guard, we introduced a sport grille guard for 349 as well www.ranchhand.com

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245# is MUCH better... I really want one, but its a LOT of money for those things (grille guards and bumpers of any kind).

 

There are a lot of knock off brands here in Texas, too. They aren't any cheaper.

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If one is near you, go to a ranch hand outlet location. They sell the guards and bumpers at a much cheeper price than a 3rd party distributor. I got mine at the San Antonio, TX location for like $330. The closest distributor wanted over $440.

 

Ranch hand grill guards and bumper replacements are all you see on trucks and SUV's in S. Texas. Good stuff, nice people. It's almost sacrileges to run anything else.

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If one is near you, go to a ranch hand outlet location. They sell the guards and bumpers at a much cheeper price than a 3rd party distributor. I got mine at the San Antonio, TX location for like $330. The closest distributor wanted over $440.

 

Ranch hand grill guards and bumper replacements are all you see on trucks and SUV's in S. Texas. Good stuff, nice people. It's almost sacrileges to run anything else.

this can be the case, we have factory seconds and scratch and dent versus our distributors usually dont. i am at the SA store :cheers:

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