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Thread: lucas's CJ bumper build!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPhoenix View Post
    On a serious note - nice work... Very cool looking, rather than everyone else's 2x4" bumper.

    Not that I'm knocking the 2x4" bumper; this one just look nicer.

    Thats what i was going for. i didnt want the regular single 45. I needed to build something that was different.

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    Just got the d-ring tabs in the mail. TMR customs really cam through! Top notch quality and service! Will be finishing the bumper off this week hopefully.

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    ata boy! lets burn them in tonight!

    and get this thing outta the shop got a freakin land rover in ther!!! i cant even work on my own peice of crap! lol

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    Bumpers finished!!!! wooooo how you like them apples haha

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    i had to add in the finger at the end just for lucas haha

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    Damn Land Rovers are always broken and in the way....

    Saw the bumper in person the other day Lucas, I like it much better than the typical square tube with capped ends!
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    Looks nice.

    But someone wants Skin Cancer by welding in short sleeves!! I should be one to talk, I got burns all over my arms from torching the XJ apart!
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    i normally weld with but i wanted to work on my tan
    But in all seriousness I was a mistake and i got mild arc burn was kinda uncomfortable. So moral of the story use sleeves.

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    I did the same thing all the time (stupid), i don't like to wear bulky jackets, so i bought a pair of welding sleeves for under 15 bucks they are great don't even realize they are on. Oh ah great looking bumper.

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    bumper build.

    great design, it looks great.

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    Bumper to Chassis

    how will you mount it to chassis?

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    Sweet looking bumper. I'm guessing no winch?

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    Im going to weld it on to the chassis. There is no rear winch plan for right now.

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