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Old 07-08-2013, 11:47 AM   #781
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Guys...I'm really digging the road armor front and rear bumpers. The one I really like is showing to be from 2006-2011, while my Baja is a 2013. Does anyone have this bumper on a 12-13 model?

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The previous page before this one has some comments on that bumper. Not alot of fans of it on here but it's your money.
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:58 PM   #782
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Holy shit dude!!! Not worried about bashing that thing in?? What's the thickness of the metal? And you must have paid a fortune for it.

I know the bruteforce hybrid weighs in right at #90
Not at all... The whole thing is 1/4" aluminum plate. I've pulled and/or been an anchor point for several recoveries with zero issues.

I also took out a trailer hitch on a suburban the day after I first installed it.

I paid around 1K total.
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The previous page before this one has some comments on that bumper. Not alot of fans of it on here but it's your money.
Thanks Grimm Ill take a look. I was going to just get a guard but it seems those are useless and cause more extensive damage than if it wasn't there.
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Old 07-08-2013, 04:08 PM   #784
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Not at all... The whole thing is 1/4" aluminum plate. I've pulled and/or been an anchor point for several recoveries with zero issues.

I also took out a trailer hitch on a suburban the day after I first installed it.

I paid around 1K total.
Oh nice! Hmmm well I know aluminum is strong but its also very malleable so I just figure it would dent pretty easy even being 1/4". And that price is def cheaper then I thought. That's cool
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does anyone know where i can find the write up for making a front pre runner style plastic valance bumper?
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my ARB. just did a little mod

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My GF is wanting a plate bumper for her 07 tacoma.... She's narrowed it down between All Pro's Apex Bumper and Demello's plate bumper... anybody have any good or bad info about them??

Thanks
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Selling Front Brute Force Hybrid Bumper (Utah)

I have come across rough times and am unfortunately selling my Brute Force Hybrid. Billy did an awesome job on this bad boy. I live in Salt Lake City and am selling it for $700. It has been on my truck less then 1 month. I just rattle canned it btw. Feel free to give me a call or shoot me a text. 801-541-9339
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:05 AM   #789
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My GF is wanting a plate bumper for her 07 tacoma.... She's narrowed it down between All Pro's Apex Bumper and Demello's plate bumper... anybody have any good or bad info about them??

Thanks
I wrote something about the demello bumper on the page before this. Maybe he just got a poorly put together bumper and every other one is high quality. Not sure though
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:07 AM   #790
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My GF is wanting a plate bumper for her 07 tacoma.... She's narrowed it down between All Pro's Apex Bumper and Demello's plate bumper... anybody have any good or bad info about them??

Thanks
If its just for looks either one is fine. If its for off roading and crawling both aren't the best.
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If its just for looks either one is fine. If its for off roading and crawling both aren't the best.
Its going to be for looks and off road.. what do you think is the best then?
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:10 AM   #793
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Its going to be for looks and off road.. what do you think is the best then?
I have a Pelfreybilt and I like it, BruteForce is also nice
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:12 AM   #794
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I have a Pelfreybilt and I like it, BruteForce is also nice
x2. If I had to do it again, I would've got a Pelfreybilt. Tyler (Pelfreybilt owner) just didn't have the 2005-2011 out yet when I ordered and I hadn't really heard of him yet so I got a Demello.

Not really anything wrong with the Demello, but I've heard Tyler's stuff has just incredible craftsmanship.

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which one from all these bumpers is the lightest ?
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Old 07-26-2013, 11:30 AM   #797
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Old 07-26-2013, 04:10 PM   #799
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lookin good Jake!
One note, you might want to lower it down just a tad, with it that high up it might tap on your fenders/flares a bit.
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