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Old 04-18-2017, 01:52 PM   #1
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Where can I get 2 more of these?

IMG_1672.jpg I want to get two of these and have welded to my front bumper. Any suggestions?


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What do you plan to use them for?
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One of those might be nice on the back bumper. I didn't know they were available on Amazon.
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Old 04-18-2017, 03:21 PM   #5
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pretty strange lookinn urinals, wide enough but not long enough
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Isn't that type of urinal usually mounted near the tire?
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If you want to buy local, you can probably find these at any trailer sales/supply type location that actually works on trailers. But for $25 bucks a pair and no shipping you'll prob come out ahead buying on amazon anyway...
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I hadn't seen those except on older buses. This bus only has holes in the bumper for steps.
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I hadn't seen those except on older buses. This bus only has holes in the bumper for steps.
Most of our straight trucks and trailers that have tailgates have 'em on the sides at rear.
I have 'em stock on my dog nose so you can scrape the snow off the windshield or clean.
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Yeah, I've got a '72 Ford and '81 GMC shorties that both have them. I was simply unaware they were sold anywhere. Hadn't considered the use on trailers and other vehicles.
That's a rather simple thing for me to have learned for today, but it's going to have to do.
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