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Thread: Running JL rear bumper-lesss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRubicon View Post
    Well...unfortunately here in Pa., because we have always had annual State Inspection, a mechanic friend of mine told me having no rear bumper will FAIL! That sucks. I knew this could be possibility. Anyway, come September when inspection is up I will need bumper on. I may just put stock one on to pass than take it back off. In the event I don't feel like doing that and or I get pulled over and ticketed I am probably in the market for aftermarket one. I know there is a ton, but I am asking you folks with tons of off-roading experience which bumper you would recommend?
    I run the EVO fascia on my JK here in PA and have had zero issues.

    Edit: Does EVO even make the fascia for the JL yet? I can't find it on the interwebs if they do...
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