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Old 05-24-2017, 04:28 PM
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Crush (really any orange) Jeep Pics?

Hey everyone! I've scrolled the forum for what seems like an eternity and struggle to find a good selection of orange Jeeps with a variety of color accents done to them. What I mean is I would love to see how people have accented the bodacious orange colors. I have a 2012 Crush and am always looking for ways to make the color pop but not looking to add too much black or too much orange. Currently I am thinking of adding the silver factory bumper covers and making them orange, thoughts/pics of this already done? Thanks!

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Black is definitely the go to color... most common accents are wheel rings, d-rings, springs....

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Black is definitely the go to color... most common accents are wheel rings, d-rings, springs....

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Google search for Orange Crush Jeeps

Thank you! I've saw that black is the go to for wheels/accents but I really feel black wheels just get swallowed into the wheel wells. I've been trying to find a nice, deep grey for the rims. I think it would accent the orange more so than black. I'm super visual so I have to see someone who has done something similar before I can take the leap. I like the front covers orange though!
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Black is just such a nice balance for orange. That said, I did purchase and paint aftermarket diff covers for both front & rear. Some pictures in this thread:

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I also have aftermarket bumpers with painted D-rings for when I'm around town (plain ones for the trail).



Finally, you an consider a black wheel with an orange accent.



I personally think that putting orange on the bumper is "too much", but I'm not paying for your Jeep so if it makes you happy go for it. Good luck! Orange is such a fun color.
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Black is just such a nice balance for orange. That said, I did purchase and paint aftermarket diff covers for both front & rear. Some pictures in this thread:

What did you do to your JK today? - Page 2505 - Jeep Wrangler Forum

I also have aftermarket bumpers with painted D-rings for when I'm around town (plain ones for the trail).


Finally, you an consider a black wheel with an orange accent.


I personally think that putting orange on the bumper is "too much", but I'm not paying for your Jeep so if it makes you happy go for it. Good luck! Orange is such a fun color.

I love those diff colors! Really nice touch to the jeep! I do agree black compliments orange really well, I just am trying not to go too much one way. I feel some grey on the rims would balance out the two tone and match the stock interior grey parts. Definitely would do the orange wheel accents if I went black.

I can definitely see orange being two much on the bumper which is why I'd love to find more examples of it. I do have the stock black fenders so maybe that would help offset the orange additions rather than having orange bumper covers and the orange fenders.
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If you do decent to paint the bumper trim pieces.. the nice part is they are easy to remove so if you don't like them, you just pull them off and leave the bumper straight black.
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