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Old March 25th, 2010, 02:18 PM
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Default New Release by Fab Four > Winch Bumper w/Grille Guard

09-10 F-150 Winch Bumper w/ Full Grill Guard


FF09-H1950-1 This bumper is designed "high and tight", keeping close to the stock bumper envelope, yet providing far more tire clearance. 90mm Fab Fours' fog lights, 1" D-ring mounts, and it is winch mount - all STANDARD and INCLUDED at no extra cost. The F-150 winch mount is designed for 12000 lbs winches or smaller.

Features:
- Provides far more tire clearance.
- 2-piece mounting system with adjustability to allow a "custom" fit.
- Fab Fours' 90mm fog lights and wiring are included with the bumper!
- Winch Ready - excepts up to 12000 lb winches, (except the WARN Powerplant).

Materials:
ALL 3/16" Steel Construction.

Finish:
2 Stage Black Powder Coat or Bare Steel.

Size/Weight:
Length: " Height: " Width: " Weight: 202Lbs

Application: 2009 - 2010 Ford F-150

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that thing looks awesome. Best 09 frontend ive seen yet!


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Excellent features and it's desingning very nice.Good job.
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that thing looks awesome. Best 09 frontend ive seen yet!
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come in Bates you gonna get one for your B-day ???


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Well the tiers are too attractive can u tell what tiers are been used in this truck..
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Well the tiers are too attractive can u tell what tiers are been used in this truck..
that picture is an advertisement not a members truck

I cant make out the tires could be Nitto, but I'll bet someone can make a call on the rims


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Wheels are Rockstars....not sure about the tires...possibly them new Nitto Trail Grapplers. Ive never liked them huge honkin bumpers. You need everything over-size for it to look good....its just 2 much for me anyhow.


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could protect from a 'Grouse Hit' not much use for Moose, but what is ?
sorry Scott, could'nt help it, hope you get the repair done cheap as I know School aint cheap

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What is the formula for the calculation of Power factor?

In an ac circuit, the power P consumed can be expressed in terms of applied voltage, V, current I, resistance R and the phase angle A between current and voltage. V, I are instantaneous values.

P = V.I. cos A = I*2.R .
From a phasor diagram, we get Cos A = R/Z
At resonance, when Inductive reactance XL = capacuitative reactance Xc; the total impedance is minimum, Zmin = R;
Cos A = 1 and the Power consumed is maximum, Pmax = VI.

Hence, in general, P = V.I. cos A = Pmax. Cos A.
So, the actual power consumed, in general, is less than the maximum power that can be consunmed (at resonance) by a factor, Cos A. Hence, Cos A is called the power factor.

One may define power factor = P/Pmax
One may also defione powerfactor as Cos A =R/Z


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Such a great designing with excellent features. It looks really very nice and attractive. I love this bumper.
Great Job!!!


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