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Old 06-07-2010
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My new rear bumper

Total cost: 45$ CAN

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I like it!
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looks identical to mine before i hacked it up!!! VERY NICE!!!!
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ur truck has transformed, it looks awesome
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Looks great, minus the license plate!
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Thanks guys! I gotta figure something out for it
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Should make it solid.. I hate the look of everything behind it.. but it's a good design..!
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Looks good.
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i like it
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I agree with making it solid but for $45 I think it's great!
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Very nice work!
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Nice! Finally someone who didnt make the bars go out past the corners of the body lol.
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Haha I kept looking at my truck bumperless for weeks, and I like the look as if it had a rollpan, so I made it like that lol
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Looks good. A lot like mine. I too don't really like how you can see everything behind it. Very functional though and you can always add something to fill it in.

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very nice looks familiar :P
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Looks great man! You should paint it to match the secondary color of your truck, I think it'd look sick!
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$45 can? not bad. I would stick mine out a little further, just in case something hit me or i back into something. But yeah a little sheet metal to fill the back of it in. Nice looking.
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Looks good. A lot like mine. I too don't really like how you can see everything behind it. Very functional though and you can always add something to fill it in.

Same with the look of behind it, I took my spare out and put it in the bed, but still, the underside is brown from mud haha

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very nice looks familiar :P
Haha you made me do it actually, went looking at all your pics to get my ideas

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Looks great man! You should paint it to match the secondary color of your truck, I think it'd look sick!
I was thinking of doing that, but bedliner is just wayyyy more durable lol

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$45 can? not bad. I would stick mine out a little further, just in case something hit me or i back into something. But yeah a little sheet metal to fill the back of it in. Nice looking.
If I back into something, the hitch will hit first. And if someone hits me, it's a free undented tailgate lol
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looks good just get a hitch license plate mount
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very clean
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looks good man! your truck is lookin killer... looks about the same height as mine, damn im gonna have to step it up a notch lol
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looks good just get a hitch license plate mount
I fixed the plate, I'll post pics when it stops raining

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looks good man! your truck is lookin killer... looks about the same height as mine, damn im gonna have to step it up a notch lol
It's changed quite a bit since RC lol But I think yours is taller still...

Ground to bottom of front flare: 39.5"
Ground to bottom of rear flare: 41.25"
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did you do a hitch-mount plate? I did that for mine, had some spare 2"x2" tubing leftover, and just welded a 1/16th plate to it and voila! ...just had a bit of an issue with a license plate light.... damn laws, oh well, I still dont even have them on my truck now haha....i should really do that
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I'll go take a pic of it later, but I tie-rapped it to the bumper on the driver side, and tie-rapped the lights to the bottom. Hard to explain but it doesn't look too bad
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