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Old 07-28-2013, 09:27 PM   #1
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Nice new bumper man
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Wow!! Nice job. That thing is sweet!
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Wow!! Nice job. That thing is sweet!
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Looks good!! Did you plasti dip or powder coat those rims? How difficult was it putting on that hood decal?
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Old 08-13-2013, 06:17 PM   #11
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Looks good!! Did you plasti dip or powder coat those rims? How difficult was it putting on that hood decal?
The rims are powder coated and the decal was done by the dealership.
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Just curious, why'd you move the front plate down? I would think it hanging like that it might get bent up or something
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Just curious, why'd you move the front plate down? I would think it hanging like that it might get bent up or something
For some reason the dealer only made two holes at the bottom of the bumper to secure the plate. It looked ridiculous flopping around with the top unsecured. I didn't want to make more holes in the bumper because I will be moving to Florida where they don't have front plates.
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I'd say I have more cool stuff added, but this afternoon I'm going to have to pay the shop for 3K in transmission repair bills. I'll be taking it easy for a while.
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For some reason the dealer only made two holes at the bottom of the bumper to secure the plate. It looked ridiculous flopping around with the top unsecured. I didn't want to make more holes in the bumper because I will be moving to Florida where they don't have front plates.
Oh I got ya! Just caught my eye so I was curious
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Old 08-14-2013, 05:28 PM   #20
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Wow. I absolutely love this. I will trade now.
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Wow. I absolutely love this. I will trade now.
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Old 08-19-2013, 05:58 PM   #22
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Forgot to mention, this was a two week transformation. It included replacing:

- cooling system
- ignition system
- all gaskets and seals (e.g. valve cover, oil pan, front and rear main seals, etc.)
- 4" lift install, including upper and lower front and rear control arms (adjustable uppers)
- front adjustable track bar
- swapping in rebuilt Rubicon rears with chrome-moly axles and Spicer U-joints
- Reid knuckles and Warn lockout hub conversion on front, with new Chevy calipers and rotors
- Currie HD steering upgrade
- Solid Diff covers
- Bilstein shocks
- Body lift, Motor Mount Lift, and Tummy Tuck
- Allied Steel wheels and Duratrac 315/70R17 tires

Lots more to do, but it's a start!
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Before and after flat fenders bumpers front and rear and rocker guards!! Just waiting to do rear fenders now.
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Kind of a before and after... White was my first and the rubi is my new one! This is an older pic of the rubi. I've made some mods
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Old 08-25-2013, 01:01 PM   #26
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Are those the bushwhackers? And are they 6" or 4"?
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Old 08-25-2013, 06:35 PM   #27
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Are those the bushwhackers? And are they 6" or 4"?
Yep....6"......didn't like them at first but kinda glad I went this route. Wish I would have did this before 31's, 33's will fit easily with this setup and my 2" budget lift.
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