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post #46 of 185 Old 11-04-2009, 05:25 PM
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Thought I would share just a few samples of the dozens of custom builds customers have requested using the Build Your Own Bumper form...



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post #47 of 185 Old 11-05-2009, 01:03 PM
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I'm considering ordering a bumper from y'all...as long as shipping to Hawaii doesn't ruin the price for me.

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post #48 of 185 Old 11-05-2009, 05:15 PM
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I'm considering ordering a bumper from y'all...as long as shipping to Hawaii doesn't ruin the price for me.
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The requests just keep coming in!

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post #50 of 185 Old 11-08-2009, 06:48 PM
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It's great to see you taking what the customers suggest and putting that into action, you obviously know how to do business. The only two things that bother me are the cut out logo, and all of those bolts. Not trying to bash you guys, just giving my opinion.

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post #51 of 185 Old 11-10-2009, 03:11 PM
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I purchased the Rubicon build from Metal Cloak. The bumper is nice, it fits great and matches the look of my Jeep well.

Metal Cloak has the best customer service I have ever experienced. I had an issue with mounting the bumper due to the previous owner of my Jeep drilling out the threads in the frame. I took the Jeep by the Metal Cloak shop and they fixed the problem for me free of charge. A big thanks to Matson, Rob and Doug.

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post #52 of 185 Old 11-10-2009, 03:45 PM
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^^^pics or it didnt happen...

Get some pics up asap! lol

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This is not the best pic, I now have it bolted on properly and some D rings. I will get some more pics after this upcoming wheeling trip


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post #54 of 185 Old 11-11-2009, 08:33 PM
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Matson when are you guys coming out with a comp stinger or maybe a grill gaurd/stinger combo?I no you guys have to be thinking about it.Also,Would it be possible to get a bumper without the logo cutout in it?

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Matson when are you guys coming out with a comp stinger or maybe a grill gaurd/stinger combo?I no you guys have to be thinking about it.Also,Would it be possible to get a bumper without the logo cutout in it?
Ha! We are definitely working on more hoop options including a Comp Stinger and Guard Stinger Combo!

As for the M, I guess I am partial to it... ya know, Matsonian and all!

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Ha! We are definitely working on more hoop options including a Comp Stinger and Guard Stinger Combo!

As for the M, I guess I am partial to it... ya know, Matsonian and all!
well i will be getting a bumper from you guys. Im gonna hold off on the hoop option and wait until the comp stinger is released.

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well i will be getting a bumper from you guys. Im gonna hold off on the hoop option and wait until the comp stinger is released.
Thanks Diablo! That's the beauty of our system. You can add, change, modify your bumper at any time.

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How wide would one of your bumpers be with the mid caps installed?What about with the crawler and stubbie caps?Im sorry for all of the questions but i want my bumper to be exactly what I want before I order it.

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How wide would one of your bumpers be with the mid caps installed?What about with the crawler and stubbie caps?Im sorry for all of the questions but i want my bumper to be exactly what I want before I order it.
Great question Diablo!

Frame-Built Bumper with Stubbie Caps - End to End: 34"


Frame-Built Bumper with Crawler Caps - End to End: 43"


Frame-Built Bumper with Mid Caps - End to End: 52"

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post #60 of 185 Old 11-13-2009, 03:28 PM
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Just got of the phone with Matson.I have been bugging the crap out of him for the last week via email and here on JF.He responded very fast to all of my questions.Great guy to deal with! He took my order over the phone for my new bumper.I cant wait to get it in! I'll post tons of pics of the entire install!


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