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Old 11-21-2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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Bed Corner Pieces (when bumper is removed)

Rumor has it you offered an insert for the corners of the bed (under tail lights) that's expose when you removed the stock rear bumper?

If so, how much and what kind of wait?

What are they made of an how do they attach?

Picture?

Anything similar for the front?

RZ Rob
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Old 11-21-2010, 09:50 PM   #3
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Old 12-10-2010, 09:15 AM   #4
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Rumor has it you offered an insert for the corners of the bed (under tail lights) that's expose when you removed the stock rear bumper?

If so, how much and what kind of wait?

What are they made of an how do they attach?

Picture?

Anything similar for the front?

RZ Rob
Rob,

To my knowledge they were just made of fiberglass like besides or front fenders. I was never able to see them in action so i do not know how they attached. I think that they may have been discontinued because I have not seen them on the website, but i will let Sarah chime in with any information she has on these.
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Hey Robert,

It was nice meeting you Friday. Sorry I didn't see your post sooner. Let me know if you want me to get you a set of those corner pieces.

-Sarah

P.S. Did you get your rock guards installed yet? For the self tappers use a 5/16" drill bit, and for the standard bolts use a 3/8".
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Old 05-25-2011, 07:06 PM   #6
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For ALLPRO!! I would love to have a set of those corner pieces to, I can't find anyone that has them and.... well this is all I've found so far. And yes I've tried the search function! I would like to see a pic of them if anyone out there has them and a price would be sweet to, thanks for your time!
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Here is a picture of the side caps!



Give me a call tomorrow and i'll see about setting you up with a pair. 951 658 7077

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So can you order those I just got a tube bumper and don't like the cut out on the side if anyone can help me with ordering them it would be greatly appreciated
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Here's a picture that shows the cut out I apologize if I'm not using the forum correctly I'm still pretty newBed Corner Pieces (when bumper is removed)-image.jpg
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