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post #1 of 5 Old 02-03-2013, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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Well I just finished install of a Road *Armor Titan II bumper. *This thing looks damn near indestructible and I love the look of it. * Just gotta pick up a Warn 16,000lbs and probably do the rear bumper later this year. *Fit and finish are damn near perfect. Good job for Road Armor stepping up quality.

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I would hate to see what that thing would do to a deer..........hahahahahaha

Looks awesome!



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You better be thankfull these trucks don't suffer from inner fender bulges, that bumper would make them crumble within minutes of installation! I'm not a fan of huge front bumpers but here in Ohio or "deer capital" as I like to call it, that bumper would sure come in handy. Looks good on your rig though.

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I would hate to see what that thing would do to a deer..........hahahahahaha

Looks awesome!
It wouldnt flinch at a deer much less a Mule deer, ELK, Moose, Grizzly, COW, Horse. That thing looks BAD ***.
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