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    Thanks Billy and I will keep fabbin, lol! I'm actually going to start working on the front bumper! I just need to figure out if I'm going to incorperate the look of the rear bumper into the front or do something totally different.

    Thanks again, Jay
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    jay i'm home this weekend, lets meet up so i can drop you that case of beer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepfarm View Post
    I'm actually going to start working on the front bumper! I just need to figure out if I'm going to incorperate the look of the rear bumper into the front or do something totally different.
    Would love to see a pic of the finished bumper on your Jeep. As for your gas axe skills to cut the brackets... Damn, I'm jelous! they look waterjet cut. As for the welds too... it shows I have way more than a long way to go to get that proficient (sorry about the spelling) I need to get more time behind the welder... badly!
    Good luck on the front bumper, I'll definitly be looking for the thread on it, these are the posts I always try to follow! I'm always amazed at peoples fab skills.

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    Thanks Silver XJ,

    Wow my head won't fit in the door, lol! I really appreciate your kind words! I've been at it a long time now and have learned everything the hard way, lol! There is only one way to learn and its getting out there and turning whats in your mind to something thats on your rig!

    I have some pics of it on the JEEP I will post some up!

    Thanks again, Jay

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    Really nice work.

    Let's see her mounted
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    Thanks Ataraxia,

    Well here you go I hope you like! The JEEP booty, lol!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails jeepbooty1.JPG   jeepbooty2.JPG  

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    Fantastic Fab job... Looks Great.
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    Thanks Jak Flash, I appreciate that!

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    Very nice! Looks Great! Keep on fabin!

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    that is one sexy chunk of steel verry well thought out strong as a ox but................
    its only as strong as what it is bolted too and would not last at all in a tug of war.
    the crossmember on the back of jeeps is way too small and flimsy i would weld a 2x3 across from framerail to framerail and bolt into that the sheetmetal dst stand a chance even with a good set of frame ties.

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    No worries its on there good!

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