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Old 06-05-2009
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I think you guys should check what Carfax actually reports. They basically check for a slavage titles in the vehicles history as well as accidents that were claimed on insurance.

Needless to say, a clean Carfax report doesnt mean much unless the insurance companies got involved with repairing the vehicle.
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Old 06-05-2009
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Originally Posted by 08XLT4x4 View Post
i think the way your bumper is in your avatar, isnt very good. It looks ok, but judging by the picture, its soo close to the fenders, its probably rubbing. The reason there was a gap between the bumper and the body is so they wont rub on each other.
The lift bumper brackets are bent....it was the best comprimise until something better came along the line. Beefier sturdier bumper brackets are to be installed soon. It'll all be fixed shortly.
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