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Old 07-17-2012, 11:51 PM
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Custom Bumper Finished

So after a couple of weeks I finally finished and installed my bumper that I built. I am not a fabricator by any means, but it turned out pretty sweet in my opinion.

I put a 10' rigid light bar spot and a pair of rigid duallys that are the flood pattern. I went for a drive once it got dark and man is it an awesome combo. I can't even tell my headlights are on anymore with all that beautiful led light.

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Old 07-18-2012, 12:09 AM
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Looks good! I love the rigid lights, I only own a few of the smaller ones but holy cow they are bright !
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Old 07-18-2012, 02:54 AM
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You're not a fabricator and you built that?! I think you deserve the fabricator title.

Looks awesome.


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Where's the "add to cart" button?
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Really nice..
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Old 07-18-2012, 06:17 AM
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+1 on the fabricator title

Looks really good man. I've been thinking about trying to do one myself, except I'm not a fabricator.
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wow that looks awesome!

What was your total cost?
Did you have a plan, or cad drawing?
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Great build man! Looks sediment1

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thats is really nice work. Post up nite pics, w teh lights on
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You're not a fabricator and you built that?! I think you deserve the fabricator title.

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Where's the "add to cart" button?
Haha I wish I could whip this out and make some money on them but it took me too long I don't have any of those kind of tools.

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wow that looks awesome!

What was your total cost?
Did you have a plan, or cad drawing?
I think I had about $350 in steel and $600 in lights, and probably $50 in grinding wheels.

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thats is really nice work. Post up nite pics, w teh lights on
I'll do that soon maybe tonight if I can get around to it.
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