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    My New Custom Rear Bumper w/Swing Out Tire Carrier

    Hprtech built me this custom rear bumper w/swing out tire carrier and incorporated the third brake light I wanted. Hprtech does awesome work and he gave me a great deal! After I picked it up I took it to a powdercoater in Mississauga and I finally mounted it on my TJ. I would highly recommend Hprtech to any JK's member. Awesome guy to deal with!
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    '02 TJ, 2" body lift, 2" coil spacers, 33"x12.5" Goodyear Duratracs, 15x8 Pro Comp matte black aluminum rims, D30/D35 regeared with 4.56 gears, Bushwacker Flat Fender Flares, Warn Rock Crawler Front Bumper, Poison Spyder Rocker Knockers, hprtech custom rear bumper with swing out tire carrier, 48" Hi-Lift, Hard Top, Soft Top, Safari, Wrap Around Windjammer, Tonneau and trail cover.

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    the powder coating turned out great. looks good. hope you enjoy.

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    It's great! Gotten some great comments from friends who have seen it. Thanks again Steve!

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    not a problem.

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    Wow, thAt looks really good. Solid too!

    If I was a Jeep, they'd have parted me out a LONG time ago.

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    It's solid for sure! Steve did an awesome job, I love it!

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    Looks great ! I Also like where you have mounted the HI lift jack.

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    Thanks. I've had the hi-lift mounted across the back for awhile now, just a couple of fence post clamps (some guys uses muffler clamps), washers and wing nuts. I wanted to keep it out of the elements so it didn't rust since I'd be too lazy to maintain it. I also like how it looks when I have the three piece on in the summer.

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    saw this at the weekend it really did look sweet!!!
    nice job.

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