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Free small truck bumper
« on: July 29, 2009, 08:26:13 AM »
If you pick it up you can have it. I don't want to ship it. The bumper will fit chevy s10,s15 or sonama,1983-2003,ford ranger 1982 and up or mazda 1994 and up. I am tired of moving it around my garage. It is new . I didn't get around to buying a truck that it would fit on. It has some scratches and scuffs from being moved around in the garage.

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