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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Why did you decide to switch to the evo ? That bumper doesn’t look half bad


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Huh?


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    Sorry meant to quote DDays post above




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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Sorry meant to quote DDays post above




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    Did you mean my post or Ddays?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford33 View Post
    Did you mean my post or Ddays?


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    Yours clearly not typing correctly . Why did you decide to switch to the evo bumper ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Yours clearly not typing correctly . Why did you decide to switch to the evo bumper ?


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    Haha yeah just had to make sure . Honestly I really love the look of the Evo bumper. And I feel like it’s going to be a little lighter then what I had. That’s what I was wanting on my Jeep when I got the other bumpers but 4wp had a really good deal on old inventory so I just said ok I’ll buy those instead but have always been a fan of the 1/4 pounder with stinger. The ones I had on were great bumpers though and worked well for how I had my Jeep set up.


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    Installed remote starter by fortin, with a long range remote kit.

    Heated seats this weekend, if my hands don't freeze off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by '18 WIllysW View Post
    Installed remote starter by fortin, with a long range remote kit.

    Heated seats this weekend, if my hands don't freeze off.

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    How was the starter to install? My daughter wants one for her Jeep


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    How was the starter to install? My daughter wants one for her Jeep


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    Super easy. I picked up a preprogrammed / wired kit from ebay for about $150.

    The hardest part was taking off the lower steering wheel shroud. (I actually cracked the plastic). It would have been easier to remove the steering wheel, but I'm not sure what that involves.

    Actually installation of the unit was pulling a plug from the ignition, and putting the harness in between the plug and the wire that went there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by '18 WIllysW View Post
    Super easy. I picked up a preprogrammed / wired kit from ebay for about $150.

    The hardest part was taking off the lower steering wheel shroud. (I actually cracked the plastic). It would have been easier to remove the steering wheel, but I'm not sure what that involves.

    Actually installation of the unit was pulling a plug from the ignition, and putting the harness in between the plug and the wire that went there.

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    Good to know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Nick View Post
    Good to know!
    From quick research, it seems like the lower shroud changed in 2017 (I think) and it's more difficult to come off. Earlier years or supposedly just pops off.

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