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Old 05-03-2008, 07:31 AM   #1
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Old 05-03-2008, 07:35 AM   #2
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That looks pretty cool. How much do they run?
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That looks pretty cool. How much do they run?
The bumper was 699.00 and the light bar was 100.00 + powder coating little over 1000.00
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Money well spent. It has functionality & it is contoured to tie in with the rest of the truck. I was looking for something like this but was concerned that it would look odd without the oem bumper. Not bad at all
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Did you have to beef up the front suspension at all?... And does it mess with the front airbag sensors?....

I love the way it looks..i can definatly see my self purchasing one of those in the future!
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Did you have to beef up the front suspension at all?... And does it mess with the front airbag sensors?....

I love the way it looks..i can definatly see my self purchasing one of those in the future!
As far as suspension wise is just my spacer lift i plan to upgrade soon for when i install a winch,I dont know about the airbag sensors i didnt have to fool with them at all so i guess it just like workin with the stock bumper
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Do the OEM fog lights mount in that bumper? Looks like the placing is pretty much the same. If I didn't have to spring for extra lights to drop in the bumper I'd probably jump on one sooner than later.

Looks very sick. More low profile and less obstructive than the ARB and Shrockworks bumpers it looks like. And definitely a little easier on the wallet.
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OEM fog lights have plastic clips to mount so they don't mount to ANY other bumper without some custom fabbing on your part. I've seen 1 other person do it so it's probably not that easy.

The airbag sensors are inertia driven so the bumper has nothing to do with them.
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Old 05-03-2008, 11:00 AM   #10
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Do the OEM fog lights mount in that bumper? Looks like the placing is pretty much the same. If I didn't have to spring for extra lights to drop in the bumper I'd probably jump on one sooner than later.

Looks very sick. More low profile and less obstructive than the ARB and Shrockworks bumpers it looks like. And definitely a little easier on the wallet.
No the stock fogs dont fit sorry to say i might moke something up so thay can work but i dont know if i shoulc just buy another pair and wire them into the stock wireing.
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how hard was that to install....just bolt on?
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Old 05-03-2008, 11:16 AM   #12
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how hard was that to install....just bolt on?
Its a pretty eazy install, just bolt on,I had some trouble but nothing real bad.
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Ahhh crap. Well thanks guys. Looks like the bumper is going back on the wish list.
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That looks real good. I think that's going on my wish list as well. I am getting a good look at your step sides....can you tell us about those as well? I am in the market for those as well.
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That looks real good. I think that's going on my wish list as well. I am getting a good look at your step sides....can you tell us about those as well? I am in the market for those as well.
There allpro sliders,well worth the money
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Did you have to beef up the front suspension at all?... And does it mess with the front airbag sensors?....
I met a guy who has a similar bumper W/winch. all that he said he did was upgrade to the Tundra springs and has had no problem w/the weight.
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Looks damn good! I may have to invest in the front, rear, and sides one day. But the sides would be a pain for me. They would do nothing but get me dirty considering I have to leap into the truck lol.
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Taken the bumper on the trail yet? Just having some concerns about 1/8" steel holding up to some rougher trail use.

Definitely a huge fan of the improved approach angles though.
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Taken the bumper on the trail yet? Just having some concerns about 1/8" steel holding up to some rougher trail use.

Definitely a huge fan of the improved approach angles though.
No not yet i plan on it this weekend ill have pics of that up after i go.
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