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Old 09-17-2010, 08:24 AM
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Road Armor Stealth Bumper Blowout Sale! *Check it out!*



While supplies last, We are liquidating Stealth Base front and rear Bumpers. This is an inventory reduction sale. The speed of this sale with determine its duration, so act now!

If you've ever even THOUGHT about one of their bumpers... NOW IS THE TIME!

Standard Customer Appreciation Sale pricing is still in effect for all guarded bumpers, but call us today for the best combo prices possible.
Shipping fees still apply and are not included with this LOW sale price.

Inventory Reduction Sale starts: September 16, 2010.

To see the full Road Armor product line check out our
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Old 09-17-2010, 11:07 AM
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FML. I just spent all my money
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Old 09-17-2010, 11:14 AM
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Are those little dots next to the rear tow hooks for back sensors? I have some dings in my rear bumper and need to replace it. This would be a good choice but I have those damn sensors. If they aren't for backup sensors do you know how to turn off them?

Also I assume hitch clearance is no problem as I tow a travel trailer all the time
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If you look you can clearly see that they are backup sensors.
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Old 09-17-2010, 11:26 AM
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Are those little dots next to the rear tow hooks for back sensors? I have some dings in my rear bumper and need to replace it. This would be a good choice but I have those damn sensors. If they aren't for backup sensors do you know how to turn off them?

Also I assume hitch clearance is no problem as I tow a travel trailer all the time
Tow clearance is not a problem at all and those holes next to the tow hooks are in fact for backup sensors.
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is this a do it your self job? also where are you guys located? is local pickup an option? Shipping is killer and probably puts this over my price point.
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Wow cool deal. Shipping is outrageous though.
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Old 09-20-2010, 05:13 AM
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is this a do it your self job? also where are you guys located? is local pickup an option? Shipping is killer and probably puts this over my price point.
We are located in Alcoa TN about 20minutes away from Knoxville TN. Due to the size and the "made to order" fashion of these bumpers, we do not keep them here in TN. They will be shipped from another warehouse in TX.
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Old 09-20-2010, 05:16 AM
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Wow cool deal. Shipping is outrageous though.
In efforts to improve the quality of Road Armor's shipments, deter freight damages, and to have un-damaged deliveries as a result of shipping carriers, Road Armor has incorporated a new boxing system. This boxing system will be a double walled box, and will do very well in protecting Road Armor bumpers from freight damages. Road Armor's new shipping methods is all in the efforts of bringing you, the customer, the best quality product they can.

The new boxing system coupled with these bumpers averaging around 250lbs is the reason it costs so much to ship. But it is well worth it!
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