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Thread: EVO factory tire carrier solution in the works?

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    Sorry forgot pic
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    Ahh I see...My guess(and that's 100% what it is) would be that they are coming up with an isolator option that's better than the almost nothing available on the market right now. I could be completely wrong though
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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    The top pics posted is of their new bumper only. The later pics are of a completely stock setup(sock 10A bumper and stock tire carrier). If there's any talk of a super secret carrier in development (which I don't think there is at this time), its not in these pics/posts.
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