By: Phil Roemer, September, 2002. Mail your submission to the roundup to Dan Eddleman.
Many people have replaced their vehicle's bumpers due to damage, need for heavy duty protection,
adding accessories or just for looks. Bumpers are available through retail stores or you can choose to have one custom
built. Here is a collection of writeups that we hope will help you when deciding what type of bumper is right for your vehicle.
If you have a bumper not covered here, email Dan Eddleman to find out how
to be included. Enjoy!
Off the shelf bumpers are direct bolt-on applications to most stock vehicles. Some modification may be necessary
for installation if your vehicle has been modified in any way or the particular bumper is not intended for your vehicle. Below are
just a few of the bumpers available in the retail market.
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