I realize I will probably get some flame for this but this is the sort of thing I do when I get bored and have some spare parts laying around. That being said, NO I will not pull anything with this bumper. It isn't load bearing and I know it... I already have a rear recovery point that works very well. This would put a pretty nasty dent in a car that rear ended me though. This did bring my exit angle in several inches. Anyway, Several years ago I helped build a new training lab for the electronic communications school for the Marine Corps. We somehow ended up with one extra beam that was going to get thrown away. Hell no I say. I finally got around to doing something with it. Being that I not only don't have welding capabilities but I also don't have welding knowledge, I made this completely bolt on. (so far, could easily be changed later) Here's the beam Forgive the junk table. It used to be a very nice, butcher block top, work bench. Michigan weather killed it. I already had my rear bumper off so I could relocate my air lines (still haven't done it yet) Chop chop chop test fit test fit test fit Made brackets out of the pieces I cut off. bolt bolt bolt bolt other side Don't worry, it's held together with MUCH bigger bolts than what you see on the side. One of them is sitting on top in this pic. Almost finished. Paint is drying as I type this (black). Still have to run the license plate lights. size comparison, only piece I didn't use. I could have (probably) made the bottom bar a little longer, so it went all the way to the plastic side pieces. Ehh, whatever. I don't know if I will even keep this bumper on for very long. As stated above, it was a project out of boredom. Gotta get rid of a lot of spare parts I have laying around. I will be moving to Texas next month. I'll post more pics tomorrow after it is all put together and mounted. What do you think?