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STAINLESS STEEL NERF BARS as shown on Bernies yellow flamed ssr. If any one is interested please contact Bernie at the following: BMC Machine, 2010 Holly Ave. Lake Havasu, Az. 86404 Email address is [email protected].
Price is $795.00
 

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Ok I didn't look at the back!!! Not sure I like the look for me, IMO, they might look better if they were fatter. Like the old chevy P/U
 

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Are they on the hood too ???

Buffy said:
and on the side too! (OK, I went too far!)
If so maybe I could sit on his SSR!!!!! :glol
 

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All this talk of sitting on the hoods taking pics. Maybe next years calendar theme should be "The Girls of SSR Fanatic"
 

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I Think You're Right....

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All this talk of sitting on the hoods taking pics. Maybe next years calendar theme should be "The Girls of SSR Fanatic"
I want to be " January And Topless " Yes, I am Talking about the truck !!!!
:lol
 

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Great paint job! The flames look terrific! Just a qiuck question-how do the nerf bars mount up? Is it something you could do on your carport or is it a little more intense than that?
 

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ttt

Any photos of how they mount?
 

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Nerf bars are supplied with a large mounting plate and 3/4" bolts. The photos I have of an install have the bars welded to the frame.

I'd prefer to have them removable, but not sure the frame thickness is enough to thread and have a 3/4" bolt hold.

My thought is to weld 3/4 nuts on the backside of a 1/8" thick steel plate, drill holes in the frame bottom that are oversized enough for the nuts to go inside, then weld the plate onto the frame.

Any thoughs on potential problems doing this?
 

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