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    Knows a Thing or Two bruggymonster's Avatar
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    Help with quarter pounder

    What all do I need to cut off? My front crash bar looks a little different from theirs.

    Theirs;
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    Mine:
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    Nothing but a Thing desertrunner's Avatar
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    Not the greatest picture but you can see where I cut mine off, mine looked like yours too and I just basically took that same line and went farther since that outer support piece connects

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    Nothing but a Thing desertrunner's Avatar
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    Also while your cutting, cut off a little square of the frame horn or else the most front outer bolts won't fit

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    What desertrunner said, although technically once you cut the bottom off, the straight line, you could get rid of the whole bracket I think, square box
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    What desertrunner said, although technically once you cut the bottom off, the straight line, you could get rid of the whole bracket I think, square box
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    Thanks guys also how did you move your vacuum pump, mine is being a bitch


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    Quote Originally Posted by bruggymonster View Post
    Thanks guys also how did you move your vacuum pump, mine is being a bitch


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    Do you have the relocation bracket from EVO or are you trying to make your own?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post
    Do you have the relocation bracket from EVO or are you trying to make your own?


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    I figured it out, I just ziptied it to the swaybar


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