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  "HOW-TO" SRT 10 Bumper install w/SLT-Sport conversion - Posted: 07-20-2007, 09:40 AM
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Ok first off I am sorry for the quality of the pics but it was raining and I didnt realize they were this bad until afterwards.

The following shows how to convert from an SLT bumper to the Sport Bumper and installation of a SRT 10 Bumper. All part numbers and rough costs are included.

A special thanks to Colin Hurst for the awesome paint and in such short time and Art at Henson for the parts and customer service.

Part list:

5029625-AC Retainer $25
55077960-AC Support Beam (Sport bumper) $180
5029920-AB Fascia Piece $49
5029921-AB Fascia Piece $49
55077375-AD Bracket $21
55077374-AD Bracket $21


This is what you should be starting with

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 Posted: 07-20-2007, 09:40 AM
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First thing is first, after removing the Foglights, and wiring assembly here is where the bumper connects to the frame at the front end. There are 4 bolts that attach the bumper to each frame rail, 8 total (Blue Arrows). I chose this way instead of removing the bolts that hold bracket to the frame (Red Arrows).

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After removing the bumper this is what you should be left with



Now you will be removing all hardware and brackets from the SLT bumper to the Support Beam. Theres two brackets one on each side of the SLT bumper with four bolts (Red Arrows).

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Here are the remaining bolts that need to be placed on the Support beam. There are retainers on the bolts that you can transfer over. When placing them on the Support beam it comes in handy only if you are able to place them completely on the bolt, otherwise they just get in the way later on during the installation.



Here is the Fascia (Red), and Bracket (Blue) installed on the new support beam. The guide pins hold the bracket to the bumper (green arrows), and two bolts that hold it in place (orange arrows).

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This is the bumper pad/bracket installed on the support beam. It pushes onto the bumper and is then bolted to the new bracket.



The retainer then pushed onto the new support beam. This will later have SRT 10 bumper connected by 5 push pins.



This is what the installation should look like after the assembled bumper is placed on the truck.



This is the final probuct. The SRT 10 bumper connects to the support beam by 5 push pins on top. One torx bolt is used on each side where the bumper meets with the fender from the removal of the of the SLT bumper. There are 4 more holes on each side that require different size bolt which I dont have at this time but push pins can be placed for the time being.



Once again I apologize for the picture quality it doesnt do the install nor the Paint Job justice.

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