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Old 03-12-2010, 02:23 PM
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Hey guys i have made several changes to the ex in the last couple of weeks... this is the first time i had a chance to mod it since most of the money has went to fixing some electrical issues it had after i bought it in Dec(literally the following day..

oh and to make matters worse they broke into it 2 weeks ago and stole a bunch of stuff including my in dash navi/dvd player...

so.. in the last 2 weeks i have installed gauges, Alpine in dash navi, Harley headlights, painted the chrome grill flat black, painted all the tan black, added all my graphics, custom traction blocks from Precision Metal Fabs (blocks installed but still need to install the bars) and made a custom bumper for it (which will soon be an item that we will sell)

let me know what you guys think

oh ill also like to mention that the next bumper will have 4" wholes for offroad lights and an optional baja/ light bar

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Old 03-12-2010, 02:26 PM
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good looking ride
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I cant see the pics at work, but tagged for later
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Very nice Raul However, what bumper is that?
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Very nice Raul However, what bumper is that?
its my own design.. i made it... they are a non winch bumper that is almost the size of a stock one but way stronger.... once i figure out how much its going to cost me to make them on a larger scale ill announce prices but my guess right now is lil over 1k

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Very nice Raul However, what bumper is that?
Nevermind missed the custom bumper part did you make that yourself?
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its my own design.. i made it... they are a non winch bumper that is almost the size of a stock one but way stronger.... once i figure out how much its going to cost me to make them on a larger scale ill announce prices but my guess right now is lil over 1k

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Thanks its a good looking bumper doesnt stick down as much as some. And follows the lines of the truck pretty well.
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imo the bumper looks good but the front flat part is a lil bit to big maybe a few inches smaller maybe also the fact that it is solid and not broken up by anything
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Old 03-12-2010, 02:33 PM
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imo the bumper looks good but the front flat part is a lil bit to big maybe a few inches smaller
i think its because its solid with no breaks.. but... since i actually cut these pieces by hand with a grinder the new ones will be laser cut and ill be adding slots in there to break it all up as well as putting some mounts for D Hooks...
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imo the bumper looks good but the front flat part is a lil bit to big maybe a few inches smaller maybe also the fact that it is solid and not broken up by anything
I agree but i think he is going to have light cut outs so it might make it look smaller, optical illusion you know lol
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