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Old 04-12-2014, 11:15 AM
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Jeep JK smittybilt XRC rear bumper exhaust

I've been checking out some bumpers lately for my rubicon and always love the way the XRC's look, but my question is does anyone have any experience or knowledge about cutting a hole through each back corner and running dual exhaust though the bumper itself?
I've seen it done (pic from sema show 2013),
Looks pretty slick would love some input on it
Or maybe a bumper that looks simpler but comes stock with the holes cut for exhaust mouts?

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Was thinking if this may be possible with some poison spyder rock brawlers. That have light holes that look perfect. But then again, the frame would probably be in the way...

Any details on how the exhaust is routed on the Smitty?

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Old 07-25-2014, 12:11 AM
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Was thinking if this may be possible with some poison spyder rock brawlers. That have light holes that look perfect. But then again, the frame would probably be in the way... Any details on how the exhaust is routed on the Smitty?
Haven't seen or heard anything more, as far as I know the SB bumpers just keep the same exhaust route, this ones unique tho!
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Sorry to say just forget that idea , why you ask because you saw it on a sema rig unless you don't wheel then go for it

The only way I can see it kinda working is y pipe it over the axle and run the pipes to the bumper
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