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Warn Industries' New Bumper Offers Front-End Protection

September 13, 2002

Warn Industries announced Sept. 12 the release of the WARNHD Bumper, to meet theneeds of Ford Super Duty owners who want front-endprotection. According to the company, the bumper is the first in a line of WARN heavy duty bumpers for3/4- and 1-ton trucks. Designed as "big" body armor, it is compatiblewith WARN winch and accessory products. "The WARN HD Bumper offers Super Duty owners exceptional front-endprotection and styling," said Thomas Giacomini, WARN chief operatingofficer. "Designed for use with the WARN M15000 winch and suppliedWARN lights, the new bumper will give customers the style and functionthey need to build the ultimate truck." The new bumper includes winch mount framework and requiredhardware, a replacement front bumper and a set of 5" stainless steellights. The one-piece welded design incorporates a tubular grilleguard and brush guards, round light ports and additional lightmounting holes. Commercial duty rated and fleet approved, the bumperaccommodates oversize tires and diesel applications and re-usesfactory tow hooks. It is available today in black powder-coat andhigh-gloss argent grey. For more information about the WARN HD Bumper and other Fordproducts, please call the WARN Customer Service Center at 800/543-9276or visit
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