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Looks good.
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I wont wheel that much but i saw that and started thinking about.
yea if i ever end up building a bumper it will be built with protection from all angles
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yea if i ever end up building a bumper it will be built with protection from all angles
I will probaly end up doing something stupid and messing my sides up.
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I will probaly end up doing something stupid and messing my sides up.
get some rock sliders too!
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What size pipe yall use? And, where did you get it? Think Menards would have it?
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looks good man!!
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Doesn't look bad at a ll. Are you going to mount your LP lights a license plate on there?
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Looks like the top piece is crooked.
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Doesn't look bad at a ll. Are you going to mount your LP lights a license plate on there?
I am planing the licencse plate. I dont think im going to do the lights. Is it illeagel to have no LP lights.

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Looks like the top piece is crooked.
Just a little bit. You notice in that pictures but that is all.
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Driveway flex... Stock..

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I like it, nice job. Where are you going to mount your plate? Are you gonna keep it in the middle of the bumper?
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ummmmmmmmmm I havent thought of that yet. I think im going to do the bumper and just make a little reciver thing that hold the plate.
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That came out looking really good.

I like the last photo. Shows how it sticks out just a little bit from under the tailgate. Looks alot better now that it is finished and painted.

Where abouts are you going to mount your licence plate?
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that looks good dude! nice flex too haha
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Thanks I dont have plates yet. I am doing the hitch as we speak. I dont know where I am going to put the plate. I think I am going to do just a little thing out of my reciver and put the plate on that.
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but then if you're using the receiver, where will the plate go?

I think your best bet is mount it on the left or right of the bumper, or get one of those plate holders that will mount it to the left or right side on the front of your bed infront of the back window.
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Paul, bumper looks good man, can't wait to see it in person.

One idea you may want to take into consideration is one my buddy Rich did with his. He has a bumper sort of like that, in the fact it's semi flush with the tailgate.

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He just mounted it in the window using those rubber window things for child shades
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Yea I thought about doint that to.
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its great to see how many people my damn bumper influenced so many people haha
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