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Thread: 74? all? rear bumper/ hitch
BadAssRX-7


1st Gear
Posts: 49
posted August 29, 2007 09:13 PM

74? all? rear bumper/ hitch

ok im looking for a rear bumper for my 74 and or a draw-tight style hitch. Ive looked all over search pages online and cant find a bumper or a frame mounting style hitch.. or any hitch for that matter. anybody got any info on what will fit? i dont care if i have to drill mounting holes in the frame.

       
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Hunter


Hauling
Posts: 178
posted August 30, 2007 07:16 AM

REPU bumpers

I have
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Make offer

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ovquick


Redlining
Posts: 253
posted August 30, 2007 12:21 PM

Hitches

Take a look on Klaus' site in rtrypowr's blue 74 album. He made a really nifty receiver that you can see if you look at the photo carefully. Cleverest thing I've seen.
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repumax


Redlining
Posts: 427
posted August 30, 2007 07:38 PM

All of the receivers I've ever seen all looked scratch built. I'm sure if there was ever a bolt on available.
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1992 Yamaha TZR 250 SP
1996 Aprilia RS 250
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ovquick


Redlining
Posts: 253
posted August 31, 2007 12:09 PM

Receivers

Beside the pic on Klaus' site there is a shot of the nifty receiver in the photo gallery here also. It's in "rtrypwrs repu" I think it's slick, you hardly notice the thing, doesn't interfere with the tailgate(full down)when no hitch is installed.
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Klaus44


Redlining
Posts: 365
posted August 31, 2007 07:48 PM
Edited By: Klaus44 on 31 Aug 2007 19:51

The sweetest hitch I ever had...

...was one that was integrated with a really sturdy, rectangular-tube, 'custom' looking back bumper... actually, the best back bumper I ever had, too... that I sold to Neal 'back when' with the blue truck it was on. (D'oh!)

Hey Neal! Still got that bumper/hitch? (I *hope* you had the good sense to keep it!) How much to ship it back to Oregon? (Ha haha...)

Oh yeah: Just in case -- "My" site Orville is referring to is just a wee little MSN-Group called MazdaRotaryEnginePickup, that any and every REPU-head is more than welcome to join, and use as a place to create their very own photo album, if desired... ;)

       
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mazdaorbust


Revvin Up
Posts: 82
posted September 27, 2007 04:43 PM

Do you have both front and back avaliable?

       
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Brad


Rotorhead
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posted October 01, 2007 05:42 PM

just take your truck to u-haul, they can find something that'll fit or weld one to the frame for you

       
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Klaus44


Redlining
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posted October 02, 2007 11:17 AM

I wouldn't let U-haul...

...*touch* anything I owned with a welding torch!

       
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Brad


Rotorhead
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posted October 02, 2007 01:30 PM

craig got his hitch from u-haul
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Klaus44


Redlining
Posts: 365
posted October 02, 2007 03:48 PM

Maybe the one he went to...

...has some good guys working there? I know I wouldn't trust our local one, strictly based on the lacking maintenance/condition of their rentals that I recall. Of course, it's been a long time, since I didn't go back...

       
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