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Unread 10-24-2009, 09:32 PM   #31
Kevin108
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2000 XJ Cherokee 
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
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I would not have gotten these things installed without this thread!

C4x4's instructions are like:
1. Remove bumper
2. Install plates
3. Install bumper

And yeah, it's nothing like that. The instructions they give you should be like the index for the real instructions.

I would say it takes far more than a basic hand tools to install this. In addition so wrenches and sockets I used an impact wrench, 3 different lengths of extensions, a universal socket for the bolt by the alternator, a drop light and an extra set of hands. I also had to cut one of the torx bolts that hold the bumper to the brackets. It and the speed nut had rusted into unity.

Bottom line: the hardware is great but the directions are severely lacking.

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Originally Posted by Staffybull603 View Post
I figured out why you have the bolts going the way you do. I had to slightly notch the bumper mounting plate for the front bolt. The alternative would have been to use a shorter bolt there.

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