A “Texas bumper” is a large, chrome, flat-faced bumper that can be found on some trucks.
Tim’s Model Trucks
2004 Peterbilt 379-119"BBC with 63” bunk. I modified an Italeri Pete 378 kit, added a resin bunk from Spaulding Trading and Shipping (removing the right door, and adding a rear window), a Texas Bumper from Griffen Designs, and muffler shields from an Italeri Western Star. Plenty of Bare Metal Foil on this!
Mark Kulak Truck Pictures
Here is the truck with the moose bumper taken off and a Texas bumper added on to it. It looks a lot nicer with the Texas bumper for sure.
Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
09-02-2001, 08:47 PM
Actually I was thinking of those chromed, flat-face bumpers that hang lower in the middle and are usually found on F-250s (around my area, anyway). My apologies - I forgot to say this is strictly a rear bumper! A pic of it: http://www.ford-trucks.com/pictorial/big/1994_f150_4.html
Thanks for the reply!
09-03-2001, 07:40 AM
I’ve got one on my ‘90 F250. The company is Hercules bumpers, and I think they’re out of somewhere in Texas. The address is still on the bumper. Later on today (if and when it quits raining!!) I’ll go get it and post it for you. It’s quite a bumper, and looks good too.
09-03-2001, 10:36 AM
The bumper you’re looking for is manufactured by Hercules bumpers, and I believe they ARE in Texas, though I don’t remember where. I have one on my F250. Looks good, and strong! I think it has like a 15,000lb pull weight and 3,000lb tongue weight. The address is still on it, so I’ll look it up for you in a while (if it stops raining!!).
09-03-2001, 10:24 PM
1989 F-150 4x4
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • (1) Comments • Saturday, September 09, 2006 • Permalink
my 85 has a Hercules bumper which is manufacturer in Pelham Georgia it has a 12k 2k tongue rating