What does a truck bumper mean for your 1973-1979 Ford F250/F350?
Everyone has a different reason they want a bumper for their truck, some want a bumper to protect against deer, some want one for the tough and custom look, the off road capabilities of having a winch bumper and more ground clearance, or to stop the annoyance of a small fender bender costing thousands to fix. Whatever the reason you are looking for a bumper we have options to suit anyone's wants and needs while still keeping strength and style standard.
What is an Iron Bull Bumper?
Iron Bull Bumpers aren't just any truck bumper. All Iron Bull Bumpers are constructed from a sheet of 3/16" plate steel with no press braking or stitch welding to ensure maximum strength. All Iron Bull Bumpers are fully hand welded inside and out, the outside is grinded to smooth and sharp edges and finished with our “Black Shield Coating”, a tough spray in bedliner material that won’t chip off from rock and road debris like powder coat will. Iron Bull Bumpers are made to work and protect your truck first, and happen to look good too! Iron Bull Bumpers are the most customizable out of any other bumper company in the industry. With 27 different bumper options to choose from you can truly build the bumper that was meant for your truck!
- How to start
- FORD FITMENT 73-79
How to Start?
To start you will notice there are many options to choose from to make the custom truck front bumper you have always wanted without the extreme cost from fab shops and months of waiting. The default selected options, is called a "Base Bumper" which will include: a Winch mount (easy winch ready bolt up design), no Grille Guard, and round light hole buckets with a starting price of $1,700.
The first option, "Select a center plate" will determine how you want to use your bumper. The default option will have winch ready mounting, but you can also select from a LED Light bar plate (12” or 20”) or a Ecoboost plate for extra engine cooling airflow.
The next option, “Select a Style of Light Hole Cutouts” will determine which light hole cutouts you would like. You can pick from 5-inch round light hole buckets or 3 inches Square light hole buckets.
The option, “Select a Grille Guard” is where you can make your bumper stand out from the rest. The standard option will not have any Grille Guards, here you will see 20 different Grille Guard options, to see example pictures of Grille Guards hover your mouse on the small example pictures or click on the “Grille Guards'' tab on the top main menu bar on the website for a detailed explanation of the Grille Guards.
* For those that have selected the Grille Guard option “Carnage, Shredder, Reaper or Doomsday” two more options will appear, “20-inch Light Bar Box In-between the Ram Horns” for those who want extra lighting and the option “3/4 Inch Recovery Shackle Mounts through Ram Horns”, for those that would like to have the ability to mount a 3/4-inch Recovery Shackle. (For a detailed explanation for the Heavy Duty, Extreme Duty, and Specialty Grille Guards click on the “Grille Guards” tab in the menu bar on the top of the website)
The last option, "Bumper Options" include a removable 2-inch receiver hitch, which can only be used if you select your bumper to have a winch mount, because the receiver mounts to the winch plate. If you still want a hitch and want to install a winch or have a different center plate, then select the option welded in 2-inch receiver hitch in the skid plate.
Once you have picked your bumpers’ options, add it to the cart and check out. You will get a call from one of our representatives to confirm your order and your order will be processed and start being built!
If you would like advice or help with bumper options feel free to give us a call at (602)-400-3868 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Available 24/7 to answer your questions.
This product can fit:1973 F150, F250, F350
1974 F150, F250, F350
1975 F150, F250, F350
1976 F150, F250, F350
1977 F150, F250, F350
1978 F150, F250, F350
1979 F150, F250, F350