i had my winch plate plus my grill guard from olympic 4x4, stock fog lights and hella lights all mounted on my stock bumper, i had to do some cutting and welding, but 5 hours later it looked pretty good.
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2009 Ford Mustang GT-DD/Track Car
1999 Jeep Wrangler-Trail Rig
1989 Jeep Comanche-Project Truck
Osmosiz, nice. Ever think about Painting you Headlight Bezels Black. I have a silver/Gray jeep too and will be painting mine when the weather gets nicer out.
Yea ive been trying to find a nice day to do it for the last 2 weeks. just havent gotten around to it. might do it this weekend. ill post pics if i do. i love the way it looks.. thinking about even covering the grill black (i got a scratched up chrome grill cover from a buddy)
yes you can see some stutter cuts in the second pic, I plan on having it bump into rocks anyway, it's not a big deal.
30 minutes with a sawzall, grinding wheel, and some spray paint. I think the front bumpers look good chopped, no need for an aftermarket bumper. Save weight and just get a brush guard/winch (if need be, that's my plan)
Question: Can you take those rubber bumper guard things off? I'd like to have a bumper that's flat across the front.
2005, I6, 6 Speed, RC 2.5", RC front adj. track bar, 31" Goodyear DuraTracs
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