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Old August 6th, 2013, 03:56 PM   #8
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Well I have been working on this for some time now, and have it all built, painted and mounted. I primed it with 2 coats and have 3 coats of duplicolor spray on bed liner. Pretty much done, just a few small minor things I want to change.
The led reverse lights in the lower section of the bumper have a weather proof quick connect in case I need to take the bumper off. The 3rd brake/taillight/license plate light also has a quick connect for if I have to actually use the spare. You can see the wring ran on the back side of the tire swing. And the tire on it now is the stock spare until I actually buy my full size 37" mud grappler and rim. The mount for the tire is adjustable for the larger width and backspace for my new rims/tires.

Overall I am very happy with how it came out, but I have lots of hours and about a total of $300 into it, but well worth it!

I will be building my front probably this winter, I will post that project when it gets started.
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