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Thread: VIDEO : 2012 SEMA Show Spotlight -- ARB Stubby Bumper, INTENSITY Lights & More

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    VIDEO : 2012 SEMA Show Spotlight -- ARB Stubby Bumper, INTENSITY Lights & More

    We got a chance to catch up with Seth Green over at ARB and he gave a run down on some of the new products they were releasing at the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Some of these new products include their all new Stubby Front Bumper, INTENSITY off road driving lights which were engineered in part by Rigid Industries and last but not least, their Outback Storage Modular Roller Drawers. In this short Spotlight video, you’ll get to see them all.


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    Really liking the front bumper... ARB Stubby or EVO 1/4 Pounder... Decisions, decisions

    And the lights... 8200 Lumens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessionalDriver View Post
    Really liking the front bumper... ARB Stubby or EVO 1/4 Pounder... Decisions, decisions

    And the lights... 8200 Lumens!
    EVO for sure! but the lights are intense, wouldnt mind a set of those

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    Right on. Not traditionally an ARB product fan but that cargo box is pretty cool. Too bad it comes with the ARB price tag.

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    I really want one if the drawers, it would be perfect and strong to hold up the frig. Hopefully easier access to the frig as well
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    Looks like a nice product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisB View Post
    I really want one if the drawers, it would be perfect and strong to hold up the frig. Hopefully easier access to the frig as well
    i'd really like one too but just one. i'm not ready to ditch my subwoofer just yet.

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    Installed the ARB bumper this weekend
    Thanks to everyone at Northridge4X4, the bumper was very easy to install and is very well made.
    Thanks ARB!photoarb2.jpgphotoarb3.jpgphotoarb4.jpgphotoarb5.jpg
    2009 Red Rock Sahara
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    WARN ZEON 8S winch w/synthetic rope
    MOPAR LED Headlights
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    2009 Red Rock Sahara
    35" BFG KO2 All Terrain Tires
    3" Rough Country lift w/ Fox shocks
    17" Hostile Moab Wheels
    Rubicon 10th Anniversary Hood
    ARB front stubby bumper
    ARB rear bumper
    WARN ZEON 8S winch w/synthetic rope
    MOPAR LED Headlights
    20" RC LED Light Bar

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