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Old 06-12-2011, 08:36 AM
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what was the over all cost for raw material? less the por15 i know that stuff is pricy.

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what was the over all cost for raw material? less the por15 i know that stuff is pricy.
Just the steel would run you $100-$200. Depends on if you can find scraps and good deals.
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Looks very sharp, you have to stop by so I can see it.
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200 i can deal with, 300 even. 900 or better for an out o'the box type i have a bit of a hard time with, ya know?
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I too was wondering if you had any drawings with dimensions and measurments? Also wondering if you had made up a material list. Love your design and work.
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I too was wondering if you had any drawings with dimensions and measurments? Also wondering if you had made up a material list. Love your design and work.
You are in luck. I have been selling the plans for this and the front bumper.

Here is the sale thread:
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f109...runner-285949/

PM me with your email address, and I can send you some more information.
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You do great work. When I was looking to build my front bumper I wanted to model it after yours but I got lazy and just bought the CBI kit for my 95. I really wished I had a third gen just for these bumpers. Are you going to do a swing arm at all for this?
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You do great work. When I was looking to build my front bumper I wanted to model it after yours but I got lazy and just bought the CBI kit for my 95. I really wished I had a third gen just for these bumpers. Are you going to do a swing arm at all for this?
Thanks. Yeah, I'll probably design a swing out tire carrier when I get a chance.
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Dude! that rear bumper is fantastic. You do great work, any chance that this design will work for a 2nd generation 4 Runner? more specifically 1992?
you must have tons of patience.
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Dude! that rear bumper is fantastic. You do great work, any chance that this design will work for a 2nd generation 4 Runner? more specifically 1992?
you must have tons of patience.
Thanks. But sorry, 3rd gens only.
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Guys, I'm selling the designs for this and other bumpers. See this thread:
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f109...runner-285949/

PM me if you are interested.

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