Reviewed By Eric G (Farmingdale, NY) —6/20/2016 12:05 PM
Reviewed By Pat T (Merrill, OR) Reviewed for a 1997 Dodge Ram —6/16/2016 6:40 PM
Took longer to remove the stock bumper than to mount the new one! 2 guys ~1 1/2 hrs start to finish. The only thing I changed was replace the grade 5 bolts with grade 8. Wish that it had been set up to use the stock light mounts. I had just bought bought LED replacements and had to make mounts for them. The winch fits fine in the receiver.
Reviewed By Michael M (AURORA, IN) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram —5/24/2016 7:36 AM
My wife and I managed to get the old bumper off and the new one on. The hardest part was to get it perfectly level and lined up left and right. Bolted right up with no problems. The only thing is I wish it had a front receiver slot and a winch mounting plate. Have had so many compliments on the good looks and comments how it looks like I could go head to head with a train.
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