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    Quote Originally Posted by 89xj View Post
    i REALLY like that bumper, if you modified a previous idea someone had, is it wrong for me to steal your idea? lol if you ok with it could i maybe get some more info on it? thanks.
    stu
    Are you going to cut the box like I did?...if you don't thats not really copying me

    if you want I can send you some dimensions

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    unfortunately yeah, i was going to cut the box lol. i dont have the flares though so thats different lol. its going to be similar but different for sure. they always change as you go i believe. but do you think i could get some dimensions? so i have a few more ideas to work with, basically the first bumper i will of made, we'll see how it goes.
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    Ok class....time for recess.

    Recess the license plate that is..

    I love this machine...giant brake



    1 cool operator

    Plasma out hole for plate

    welded


    grinding welds

    Voila



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    Looks great but what about recovery points or hitch?
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    Its not finished yet hahaha

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    no what can you do for a XJ lolo
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    I could do all kinds of stuff hahaha

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    Installed the diff covers today...thanks KoreyD for passing me bolts



    I had to grind the corner of the cover a bit so it would clear the side of the Ubolts


    just enough clearance to turn

    rear cover bolts were wrong size..had to re-use stock bolts


    Diff covers and lights in bumper, and rust


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    looks good. sorry if youve already mentioned it, what thickness of steel?

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    looks great

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    mostly 3/16ths

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    Got the Hummer hooks on....


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    you need some rust paint on that soon

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    Its getting sandblasted epoxy primed and bedlinered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yjtsiawd View Post
    bedlinered.


    is that a word?

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    it is now

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    it is now, and if they dont like it just back into them and take their head off haha. as everyone said, looks great man

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    Its been a while I have done any work on my bumper, but I finally had my dual exhaust setup made



    And it was sprayed last weekend..thanks kev


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