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    Knows a Thing or Two Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmedgar View Post
    Congrats on the new bumper!
    Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    Just curious if anyone has pictures of the evo 1/4 with other stingers or d ring mounts. Thinking about going with an lod stinger.

    Also trying to find pictures of white JK's with no stinger.


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    There's a guy on another forum that did exactly that. looked pretty good. I think he used some washers to level things out.

    I actually put the lod bolt-on stinger on my rugged ridge xhd aluminum bumper.

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    Question for ones that have installed the 1/4 pounder. Has anyone used just an angle grinder to cut the cross bar?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    Question for ones that have installed the 1/4 pounder. Has anyone used just an angle grinder to cut the cross bar?


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    I don't have a 1/4lbr but I cut my crash bar out. Grinder made short work of it. A sawzall etc would've been a pain in the ass near the welds.

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    Evo 1/4 with other stinger options.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    Question for ones that have installed the 1/4 pounder. Has anyone used just an angle grinder to cut the cross bar?
    I used an angle grinder and it was super easy. I cut everything I could off the front and sides then bent it towards the rear of the jeep to get access for the final cuts. Cleaned it all up with a flapper wheel and it came out great.
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    Knows a Thing or Two Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Evo 1/4 with other stinger options.

    Curious. Thinking about do the install tonight. Roughly how long to install the 1/4 pounder? Removing a smittybilt bumper not factory.


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    Last edited by Mybadjk; 04-20-2017 at 01:34 AM.

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    Guy with a Red 2-Door cozdude's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    Curious. Thinking about do the install tonight. Roughly how long to install the 1/4 pounder? Removing a smittybilt bumper not factory.


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    You installing it bare or with a stinger?

    Bare, Give yourself an hour or two at most. Stinger, maybe a little longer
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    Knows a Thing or Two Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Evo 1/4 with other stinger options.

    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    You installing it bare or with a stinger?

    Bare, Give yourself an hour or two at most. Stinger, maybe a little longer
    Without. Pain in the ass removing the smittybilt
    and winch by myself.

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    Last edited by Mybadjk; 04-20-2017 at 03:44 PM.

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    Evo 1/4 with other stinger options.

    I did the same install this weekend. It's pretty painless if your current bumper comes off okay. I only have two obvious pieces of advice to pass on:

    1. The EVO bumper bolts require a very large allen socket (3/8"). Required a trip to the hardware store for me.

    2. If your jeans are split in the ass, it is possible to shoot yourself in the nuts with sparks while using the angle grinder.

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    Knows a Thing or Two Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    I did the same install this weekend. It's pretty painless if your current bumper comes off okay. I only have two obvious pieces of advice to pass on:

    1. The EVO bumper bolts require a very large allen socket (3/8"). Required a trip to the hardware store for me.

    2. If your jeans are split in the ass, it is possible to shoot yourself in the nuts with sparks while using the angle grinder.

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    Looks good. I ended up using a sawzall. Good thing I didn't use a grinder. My work pants have holes in them. I bought a 3/8 Allen socket to find out I already had one.


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