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The main picture shows the "battle" scars inflicted on the front bumper.  So bad, that, angle iron supports were welded on to hold up the bumper and winch.  Picture (3) shows the winch extension brakets and front bumper.  The winch extension on the right is almost in two pieces.  Pictures (7) & (8)  the bumper and extensions back from the metal doctors.  Welded, pressed, hammered, and painted back into "original" condition.  See the frame page for final install of extensions.

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