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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
 
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Finally have pics of the front and rear bumpers

I know it took me forever and a day but I finally have the pics..... let me know what you think (I ask for honesty, not brutality....LOL)










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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 02:06 PM
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Looks extremely heavy......for mud and rocks...its probably the shit....for dunes and desert..overkill. Its all about weight when it comes to the dunes.



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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 02:33 PM
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i think that front bumper looks great. the rear looks like its missing a piece? something to cover the bottom of the tailgate? either way it looks good.

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Looks good but looks way heavy
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Well, you said to be brutally honest, so here goes:

I like it!
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I like it too, would be concerned with air flow though.

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Not want I would use on my rhino but the hole set-up of the front bumper is really nice if that's what's your into.I don't need a winch so I don't need that kind of bumper. As for the rear I think if you welded a filler piece to blend the bumper and bed alittle it wouldn't look so out of place.

Besides that I think you are on to someone that is going to make you some cash !
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I like it!
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its not overly heavy.... but its not as light as tubing none the less.... I do agree that the rear needs a filler piece and I will be doing something here soon.... I kind of figured the buyers that go to the dunes would be few but there are a lot of guys that do more than just dunes that will be interested... and I will be doing a single hoop or something to add more lights as well as protect the hood

Thanks for the input from all of you.... as for airflow, the logo in the front lets a good amount of air through, but if it really comes down to it, I will cut a few more slats into it to let a little more through...

the nice thing about the rear is that its free when you buy the front so you dont have to use it if you dont want to...LOL
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If I were trolling in the back country and shooting cats and little bambis I would think that is the shit. The finish fits that type of stuff. I think the midwest will love that. So as soon as I am like five flat and screwing the goats I will get a set of those!!!
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