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Old 04-30-2013, 10:24 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by HK_Runner View Post
Nice! I am considering ordering the rails and getting rid of my ACE rails. I am really tempted to order the bumper too, and sell my AEV when it comes in. Luckily, the AEVs sell pretty well locally. How was the install...pretty straightforward?
Installation of the front bumper was really straight forward. To bolt up the skid plate, it helps to have an extra pair of hands to hold it up while the other person threads the bolts. Everything else can be done with one person. For the stock fogs, Shrockworks says you can unclip the stock wiring and pull it through to get the extra length needed, but I just extended my wires by soldering in several inches of extra wire.

I have their sliders too. They're very solid. Mine have taken a bunch of smacks and scrapes, and are holding up well. No dents or bends, just scratches. I put a strip of grip tape on the top, along the entire length of them because otherwise they're quite slippery when used as a stepper. If you do this make sure the grip tape is only on top and doesn't wrap around to the sides, otherwise you'll scrap your leg on them when getting in and out while wearing shorts.
But enough about me. Let me tell you about my Jeep.
Blk 09 2Dr Rubi | TF 3" lift | 35" MTRs | Fox Shox | TF Rear Speedbumps | JKS Trackbars | EVO Axle Sleeves and C Gussets | ARB Diff Covers | Shrockworks Bumpers and Rock Rails | Synergy Ball Joints and Tie Rod | Warn 9.5ti | sPOD | Superchips | MyGig LockPick | Front/Rear Cameras | Dual Optima Yellow Tops | HID Headlights and Fogs | Front/Rear Aux Lights | VisionX Rock Lights | Cobra 29 LTD | 4' FireStick | TrekArmor Seat Covers
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Old 04-30-2013, 11:29 AM   #32
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Thanks for the information. I'll call them to find out what the approximate wait times are on the bumpers and sliders. I'm in no rush since my Jeep is fully rigged. I was actually going to put their bumper and sliders on my 4Runner before I got the Jeep and decided to leave the 4R mostly stock.

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