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    Knows a Thing or Two HoosierWolf's Avatar
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    Thanks!

    You have a link for the LED lights? I've instructed the Mrs to ace her interview today so I can start buying jeep parts again.

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    Sent you a pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10frank9 View Post
    3 week wait? Mine took 5 weeks, but totally worth it. Great quality and customer service.
    Ordered mine from Northridge 4x4 on 3/12 and received it today! Woot! Woot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail JK View Post
    Ordered mine from Northridge 4x4 on 3/12 and received it today! Woot! Woot!
    Congrats you'll love it!

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    That looks great. I've always been impressed with the design of LODs bumpers.
    "all roads lead somewhere" -anonymous

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    More pics of the LoD shorty bumper and tire carrier. I am happy camper with this setup. You can never have enough pictures

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    The Jerry can brackets and Co2 bracket is on it's way.

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    Pretty much finished with the carrier, Hi-Lift jack, CB antenna, 3rd brake light, trail rack, Jerry can, and Co2 bottle.

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    Looks good! How was the install?

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    Install wasn't bad at all. The only problem I had was when I went to bolt it onto the frame. I was thinking man this is screwed up. This won't mount securely. I than proceeded to make two spacers/brackets for the frame. That set me back a couple hours, evening came and I had to stop for the night. As I was cleaning everything up I was putting away the pile of fastners and things that come with the bumper and SOB there were two brackets in the pile that looked just like the ones I made. Hahaha. There were so many brackets and fastners that I failed to see them. The instructions made no reference to them. So other than that it was a breeze.

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    Forget about your rear view mirror once it's all installed. Maybe a rear view camera should be on my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x1buellist View Post
    More pics of the LoD shorty bumper and tire carrier. I am happy camper with this setup. You can never have enough pictures

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    The Jerry can brackets and Co2 bracket is on it's way.
    Man that looks nice can't wait to get my red 4 door

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