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I had to push a Cummins out of my way the other day; he was stuck in the snow. Now, after doing this the powder coat is chipped on my bumper. It looks terrible. Are there any bumper rails to cover this up? I could have it repowder coated but, I’m not sure what that cost. This is the second time I have had to save a Cummins, fucking dodges suck!!!!!



I have seen rubber bumper guards to go over the rail below anybody know where I can buy them?

 

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Anybody???
 

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Look at Jc whitney They carry alot of rubber trim.
 

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Thanks, I'll have to check them out.
 

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No it isn't powder coated, I think it is just black Paint.
 

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not its powder coating. i have a good friend that works for ranch hand and its where i get all my bumpers. its just not very good
 

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Ty_p,

Do they sell some sort of rubber guard for the rails? The bumper looks like crap now!
 

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what about those big rubber piece that bolt onto the bumpers of tow truck that would be sweet alot of cushion also
 

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i can call tomorrow to see. if they dont im pretty they will know some one that will
 

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Thanks, by the way, I have bought all my bumpers from the boerne store.

I called a few weeks ago and they have no plans on building the raparound dually bumper for NBS.:mad:
 

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Ditch the powder coating and put something on a little more durable for pushing Dodge's :D Rhino Line it and you can push all you want :rockin
 

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I have been think about doing something like that, just don't know what it would cost
 

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ty_p were you able to talk to your buddy?
 

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A buddy of mine bought a used bumper that had been in a wreck and had to do some touch up on it and I believed he used Kar products spray paint and it looked pretty good and it's pretty thick.
 

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shipping would suck but I could repowdercoat it for ya for like $300
 

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Tough Country in El Campo (Wharton County so not to far from you) will repowder coat your bumper also and they also do bed liner if thats what you decide to do.
 

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Yep, I do believe shipping would be a killer but, 300 bucks isn't as bad as i thought it would be.....i need to look into this.

Also, will have to look up Kar products

Thanks to you both!!!!
 

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I could take it down there, I'll have to call them tomorrow. I do need the bed sprayed it's sarting to look like a truck back there.
 

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I want to say that I paid around 150-175 for my back bumper but it was one I built so there was very little prep that had to be done.
 
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