Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
10-27-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #10
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
I used too have an ali arc on a 386 i drove i liked the looks of it, i had more cars driving into it then deer an moose lol
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10-27-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #11
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
(10-27-2019 )ynot Wrote:  I used too have an ali arc on a 386 i drove i liked the looks of it, i had more cars driving into it then deer an moose lol

It does give a good sense of security. I know I no longer worry about what I may run into, or what may run into me... LOL!
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10-27-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #12
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
Hilarious. LOL


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10-27-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #13
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
I see that the steer axle is rated for 20000 pounds. So shouldn't be to bad. What is a good bumper for the cascadia, i like waterloo's bumper. It is good protection to have and I could see when you have a bumper like that is means business. Your not out here to mess around or have anyone messing with you. Such as if pulling oversize when I had that sign put on my bumper, it did make people back off which was very helpful.


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10-27-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #14
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
My black Western Star has a 20k front end, my Peterbilt with the Herd bumper only has a 12k front.

For a Cascadia you can get a Herd Super Road Train which is what my Peterbilt has or the Defender which is what Waterloo has. Waterloos option is good if you need to watch the weight on your steer and that thing is solid too!! You can take out any deer on the road with that one!

The SRT like I have is for maximum defence, I could smash a elk with that thing and keep moving, I have a friend who clipped a moose and was able to drive away with just a cracked hood.


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10-27-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #15
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
and cheap insurance too when you think of it!


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10-28-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #16
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
Do oversize banners still fit on these ok?


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10-28-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #17
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
(10-28-2019 )DDlighttruck Wrote:  Do oversize banners still fit on these ok?

I don't see an issue, plenty of attachment points.
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10-28-2019, (Subject: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper ) 
Post: #18
RE: Why I run a Herd Super Road Train bumper
(10-28-2019 )DDlighttruck Wrote:  Do oversize banners still fit on these ok?

I've seen trucks that have the oversize on their big bumpers. Idk if it was a herd one but i have seen them on these added bumpers. Boy that herd defender is like $4k!
that one brock has shows like 5700!


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