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Welded Push Bar. The main frame is 2" x 4" tubular steel. The headlight guards are 1" x 2" tubular steel and are heavily bolted onto the main frame. This bar was originally made for a 2005 Dodge Dakota ST. The mounts ran through the bumper valances and mounted to two 1/4" plates bolted 3 times to the back of the bumper mount. Very sturdy, very bold, very heavy. Currently roughly painted, could use a repaint or just another coat of primer. Located Commerce, Michigan. Since I sold the truck, I have really no way to transport it. Asking $100 for the bar and mounts.



Bar on my truck. Rubber ducky not included!



Another angle. Again, Rubber ducky not included!



mount plates



where they mount
 

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Pres MI Dodgetruckworld
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What guage is the chain? Just want to make sure it's sturdy enough to support an impact?
 

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Pretty sweet!!!!! I especially love the look, that the chains add to it!!! Could you make one of these for my wifes Impala? How are the chains connected? Are they pretty secure? I was thinking I could use them to handcuff the wife to when she gets in one of her Dirty nasty slutty moods - HOT!!!!! and if I get pissed at her then I could just jump in and go for a ride.
 

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Pretty sweet!!!!! I especially love the look, that the chains add to it!!! Could you make one of these for my wifes Impala? How are the chains connected? Are they pretty secure? I was thinking I could use them to handcuff the wife to when she gets in one of her Dirty nasty slutty moods - HOT!!!!! and if I get pissed at her then I could just jump in and go for a ride.
Yes I could make one for an impala, but probably not for what you're looking to do with it.
 

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I'm interested, but I'm curious if I could still drive through car washes with it on there. Any experience with that?
It's hit or miss. I go through most of the local washes without a problem. Though it's obviously an "aftermarket item", they're more worried about their car wash than the bumper. Never had a problem in a car wash.
 

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would you be interested in building me one for my jeep compass? I want something just like that except around the winshield and mirrors. would you be interested in taking a look at it some time?
Sure. Dryden is out there a bit from where I live but if you're really interested I have made two other custom bars and a rear bumper/trailer hitch for friends. Takes me a few hours to measure stuff out but it's a possibility.
 
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