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post #61 of 925 Old 10-27-2012, 09:46 PM
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wow very nice

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wow very nice
Thanks man appreciate it

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I'm thinking of cutting my front bumper up this weekend. I want to make it different from everyone else who has the same bumper

Disregard my horrible photoshop skills but this is the general idea

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Please chop that ! hahah. I think that will look good.

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Oh and what skid are you running...higher clearance or ultra high clearance skid ?

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Oh and what skid are you running...higher clearance or ultra high clearance skid ?
I'm running extra high

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post #67 of 925 Old 11-01-2012, 08:13 PM
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It looks like the plan is to chop off the points ? I think it will look a lot better that way .

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Yup thats the plan. I'll do it on saturday after I go off roading

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Yup thats the plan. I'll do it on saturday after I go off roading
Thats ten minutes with a good sawzall blade , get to work mister ! Chop Chop

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Thats ten minutes with a good sawzall blade , get to work mister ! Chop Chop
Haha maybe I'll do it after work tomorrow. I just want to take my time and make it look good.

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You can get most of it with the sawzall , then use a grinder with a flapper wheel to smooth out where the tubing was welded together .

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Sawzall is the one tool my garage is missing

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I'm just going to grind it off and that hit it smooth with the flapwheel

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Sawzall is the one tool my garage is missing
My favorite tool , though I am too quick to grab it sometimes .
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I'm just going to grind it off and that hit it smooth with the flapwheel
You have more patience than me .

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Yup and one steady hand

plus it saves me money so I can buy parts

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