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    Montero Sport Bumper Cover

    Here is the truck I'm building that I put the 97 Montero Sport Bumper Cover on.

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    I like that........very much....

    Hopefully you'll share the procedures for the assembly.

    I really would like to do this to my macro cab.
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    I'll be damned. I would have never guessed that would fit. It looks really good.

    Did you make your own brackets, or reuse parts from your truck or the Sport ?

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    I used the Montero bumper support and bolted it to the MM core support and the bumper cover fit really well i couldn't believe it myself....It was a pretty easy install with a little fab work.

    97 Montero Bumper cover and support
    Remove top 2 studs from support then line them up on the bottom rail on core support, Drill holes and install rivnuts I used 8mm then you can bolt the top of bumper support to the core support. Bottom 2 studs cut down and welded 2 brackets to the bottom of the core support and bolted them......Here are some picsClick image for larger version. 

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    That's great. Nice pictures too. Do you have any plans for the place where the fender flare used to go?

    The Montero Sport is on what's basically a 3rd gen pickup platform. I'm still surprised it fits a 2nd gen so well though.

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    I'm going to fill in the bolt holes when I decide what color to paint the bumper.

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    Sorry, I know this is an old thread but I LOVE THIS! I'm wanting to put a 93 bumper cover on my 90 and the only one I could find was something like $400 plus another $75 to ship. Although I have been looking at Toyota bumper conversions and they do look pretty good and I'm sure I could easily get what I need from a JY for the Toyota conversion. I haven't been able to find a JY mighty max in my area although I'm sure I could find a montero

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    Sorry, I know this is an old thread but I LOVE THIS! I'm wanting to put a 93 bumper cover on my 90 and the only one I could find was something like $400 plus another $75 to ship. Although I have been looking at Toyota bumper conversions and they do look pretty good and I'm sure I could easily get what I need from a JY for the Toyota conversion. I haven't been able to find a JY mighty max in my area although I'm sure I could find a montero

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    Follow the fender lip line and trim the bumper to match the contour. A bit of plastic filler - the perfect crime
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