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Bumper primed...

Today, I welded in some vertical supports and shackle mounts and even put some primer on the bumper and I think it looks decent like this. I'm still going to try to fill in the gaps but I think this is okay for now.

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bumper looks good!!!

you know tom, if you email hella, they will send you a new little blue sticker. i know because ive done it
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it looks really good. a lot better painted. nice work
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Thank you.
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Man that looks nice. It is very diffrent but i think that is why i like it so much.
but it is bas A$$. Good job
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Yeah, with it primed it looked alot better than it did when you were asking opinions on it. I didn't really like it before, but the primer put it together.
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Damn I like the looks on the front bumper...
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Thanks, I really appreciate that. Now it's time to get back to making sliders if the weather cooperates.
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COOL. that really looks different
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That looks real good Tom - very nice.....
The verticles holding the shackles are a perfect touch
see it was not fair putting it up all naked like that before
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Hahaha.... I knew that the first one would never get finished so it was worth putting that one up early. The second version is definitely a bug improvement over the first.

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