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Unread 03-07-2010, 09:20 PM   #46
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I love my bumper..i cant picture it with a full size anymore
Dammit Jeff, even now im thinking of running fog-less for awhile since i love your clean looks.

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Unread 03-07-2010, 09:33 PM   #47
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Dammit Jeff, even now im thinking of running fog-less for awhile since i love your clean looks.
haha oh yes
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Unread 03-07-2010, 09:38 PM   #48
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haha oh yes
im thinking about, running bumper-less on the rear, idk yet though, i have to drop my trailer hitch if i go this route.
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Unread 03-07-2010, 09:44 PM   #49
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Keep the rear.
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Unread 03-07-2010, 09:46 PM   #50
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im thinking about, running bumper-less on the rear, idk yet though, i have to drop my trailer hitch if i go this route.
Running without a rear bumper looks pretty sweet. I want a company to step up the the plate and just offer a flat plate with a frame tie in kit used to bolt d-ring tabs to. When I first saw Blaine's pics of the rear bumper I thought that was what they were doing, but I was mistaken.

Go bumperless, it looks pretty cool.
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Keep the rear.
What are your reasons for the rear, im curious, im taking all opinions seriously.
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Unread 03-07-2010, 09:51 PM   #52
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Running without a rear bumper looks pretty sweet. I want a company to step up the the plate and just offer a flat plate with a frame tie in kit used to bolt d-ring tabs to. When I first saw Blaine's pics of the rear bumper I thought that was what they were doing, but I was mistaken.

Go bumperless, it looks pretty cool.
That's what i thought, i saw an x today lifted with 33s and he got rid of the bumper left the tire carrier and just bolted his Hi-Lift to just the tire carrier, it looked honestly pretty bad ***, the stock bumper really is just a piece of junk tin, would never hold up in an accident so until i get a bumper i like it may come off tomorrow, id love and old step down plate like the old military jeeps with a draw tite and two d tabs, like you said.
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i wouldnt go bumperless - leavs your tub open to damage from other peoples cars
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I like how Jeff's bro got rid of his rear. hmmmm
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Unread 03-07-2010, 09:56 PM   #55
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i wouldnt go bumperless - leavs your tub open to damage from other peoples cars
That is true, a jeep w/o rear bumper though looks different, might not be justifiable, i wonder if SAVVY has custom rear's, ill have to check their site out again i forget.
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the jeep looks good man.
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the jeep looks good man.
Thank you very much, means a lot to me since i paid for mostly 95% of everything, I love compliments, still far from done
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So my dad says to me as im putting my tires back on that I should have at least gone 4.5" on the lift and stepped up my tire size to 35's, id like to hit him, guy in the first place said a good jeep is a stock jeep with good aggressive tires..
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So my dad says to me as im putting my tires back on that I should have at least gone 4.5" on the lift and stepped up my tire size to 35's, id like to hit him, guy in the first place said a good jeep is a stock jeep with good aggressive tires..
35"s.. yes, 4.5" is expensive, and more than you would need since the RE 4.5 is more like a 5". That is too much lift for a short arm, so it gets even more expensive.

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