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Old 07-03-2018, 07:12 PM
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Poison Spyder Bumper / tire carrier install

I'm having Spyder front bumper, rear tire carrier and bumper and side bars installed. I've got a couple quotes. 4 wheel parts and a smaller shop. Smaller shop is significantly less on the labor. They are a decent shop but they are not a dedicated truck / jeep place. They do alot of car audio, car lighting etc. They get trucks in there but seem to be mostly trucks that won't see dirt.

Is there much to consider with installing these bumpers as far as a "quality install" where welding skills are needed or do they basically just bolt on and anyone with decent skills can do it? Going on a 2018 wrangler.

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I just installed the PS brawler lite front bumper myself last weekend on a 2016 JKU. Very simple complete bolt on. Can't speak for the other components though.
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Those are all really easy installs...do you have the ability to do it yourself?
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Those are all really easy installs...do you have the ability to do it yourself?
Technically I could do it however I live in a condo with no garage and really don't have all the tools so it's far easier to get it done. I did look at some video (should have before I posted) and its much more straightforward than I thought.
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