First off: don't plastidip it. All the coating has worn off and it started to rust. It'll keep rusting under the plastidip. You need to sand it down, prime it and paint or bedline. And if you're anything like me and bump things just because you can, you'll chip the plastidip of really fast.
No way id pay $250 for it. It'll take a decent amount of work to make it look good again, the winch is worthless, and the sliders actually look a bit melted. If he doesn't sell it to you, he won't sell it. Not many ppl would see it and want it. Scrap value is ~$400 per ton. It's not worth much as scrap.
Haha it was 250 JUST for the bumper, the sliders, winch or anything else was not included. I think the guy is nuts to not sell me just the bumper for 150. Thanks for the info on plasti-dipping though, i have no experience with it yet. And why yes, yes i do like to bump things just because i can haha :dance:
I recently bought a 2015 Wrangle JK Rubicon Hard Rock. I love the Jeep so far but I recently got in a mud hole and really needed to rock the jeep back and forth to get it out. But noticed the transmission has a lag when going from Reverse to drive and I was not able to rock it very good...
Forgive me if there's a thread like this, but I wanted a place for people to post what they got coming in the mail, could be anything jeep related.
As for me, I got rugged ridge good latches on my way.
Every other section has this stickied so I thought I would start one. Forgive me if its in there already but I could not find it.
Anyway here's what I did.
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