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Old 03-28-2012, 10:53 AM   #41
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Those look GREAT!!! What a great companion for the front!! Wonder if you can measure from the center of the back to the outside edge of the bar? I would like to know how far it sticks out total -- for my garage!! Would LOVE to have one -- but it has to fit!!

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I just measured mine and at the longest point (where the upper horizontal bars end near the license plate) it's 3 1/2" longer.
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I just measured mine and at the longest point (where the upper horizontal bars end near the license plate) it's 3 1/2" longer.
Thank you VERY much...off to the garage!!!

2012TacoTX -- Welcome -- glad you like it here, it is pretty great - my second time living here, get that truck up here and get some wheelin' going!!!
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:31 AM   #43
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Thank you VERY much...off to the garage!!!

2012TacoTX -- Welcome -- glad you like it here, it is pretty great - my second time living here, get that truck up here and get some wheelin' going!!!
thank you very much!!! i would love to have my truck up here!!! buuuuuuut the company pays for the rental car and plane tickets so i might as well save the mileage and money... right
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:11 PM   #44
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Hey Brandon whats shipping costs? I know it probably some where on here but I havent seen it.
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:12 PM   #45
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Hey Brandon whats shipping costs? I know it probably some where on here but I havent seen it.
Thanks
He doesn't respond here to often, I think he's always super busy. But all you have to do is go to his website and walk through the steps like you're going to buy it, and it'll tell you. Or, just call him up!
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:19 PM   #46
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He doesn't respond here to often, I think he's always super busy. But all you have to do is go to his website and walk through the steps like you're going to buy it, and it'll tell you. Or, just call him up!
Thanks man. I will do that real quick!
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He doesn't respond here to often, I think he's always super busy. But all you have to do is go to his website and walk through the steps like you're going to buy it, and it'll tell you. Or, just call him up!
We are super busy right now. He does come on here when he can, but between emails, late nights, customer phone calls, and doing the custom fabrication, it's hard for him. I think he needs a clone. Shipping will depend on location and he doesn't charge extra. He bills what it usually cost's him. Email or a telephone call is the best way to reach him. Thanks for all the orders and keep em' coming.
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Hey Costa09 , I just ordered one my self like 2 weeks ago and my shipping was $68 and i live in Corpus Christi , TX . hope this helps
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Old 03-31-2012, 03:21 AM   #49
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Yes... we are busy and I don't get the chance to get on here as much as I'd like but definitely send an email if you have questions about anything... emails are replied to quicker.

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Where are the pics of the tab with lights on the rear bumper guard.
Here's a picture of a light option on the RBG.
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Is it to late to get the tabs put in if u r building one already for me(rbg) .How much extra would it be and what brand are those lights and what wattage. I was going to put my rear lights some where under the bumper. I'm not sure where now but I can have more options if I get the rbg with tabs . I do not think it would look bad with tabs that r not being used. What do u think. Could the lights be more protected under the bumper than being on the rbg but I think light coverage would benefit if installed on the rbg. Thanks Eusebio Wilburn
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It is ok brandonaz if it is to late I do not need the tabs . Thanks can't wait till I get my rbg.
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:26 PM   #52
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Is it to late to get the tabs put in if u r building one already for me(rbg) .How much extra would it be and what brand are those lights and what wattage. I was going to put my rear lights some where under the bumper. I'm not sure where now but I can have more options if I get the rbg with tabs . I do not think it would look bad with tabs that r not being used. What do u think. Could the lights be more protected under the bumper than being on the rbg but I think light coverage would benefit if installed on the rbg. Thanks Eusebio Wilburn
It just depends on what lights you use and what kind of driving you do. Smaller lights next to the hitch might be fine but I would worry about bigger lights getting hung up on stuff if they were that low. The lights in the picture are PIAAs. I'm not sure of the wattage.. we had them lying around the shop. I can check and let you know. We can definitely add some tabs on yours for you. Light tabs are the last thing we do so that wouldn't be a problem at all. I just sent you an email. Thanks.
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Just received my new RBG today. Will drop off for powder coat tomorrow and will have pic's after install. Thanks Brandon it is awesome . It's built rock solid (heavy duty)
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Here's mine coated and installed. I love the quality and style. Great job Brandon.
Anybody want a pic of how its mounted underneath? let me know, I can take one today an post it up.


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this is def. on my list of items (the never ending list) that needs to go on my truck.
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Here's mine coated and installed. I love the quality and style. Great job Brandon.
Anybody want a pic of how its mounted underneath? let me know, I can take one today an post it up.


Hey Gennaro...that looks fricken sweet! Could you post up a pic of how it mounts when you have a minute? I really like the look of that and am sick of coming out of a store to find more scrapes and scratches on my bumpers!
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Hey Gennaro...that looks fricken sweet! Could you post up a pic of how it mounts when you have a minute? I really like the look of that and am sick of coming out of a store to find more scrapes and scratches on my bumpers!
Im on my phone so i cant post one right now, but i have a few photos in my gallery that u can check out
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loose two bolts on the hitch and a third one comes completely out. Mounting bracket goes on first then the avid bar bolts to it. It's much easier with two people haha

You will need wrenches, 11/16" for bolt head and 5/8" for flare nut, and a ratchet, 17mm, I think it was for the hitch bolts.
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