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Rear bumper project making progress...


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A lot more tubes and triangulation to add as well as D-rings but I am happy so far. Custom laser cut frame brackets. 1.5" x .125" round and square tube. Just plan to mig it like the front. A couple diamond plate steps. Rewired the tire swing switch with a diode to turn the rear dome light on when it is opened so that the alarm will sound if anyone goes after the jack but otherwise the circuits act totally stock including indicator lights, etc. I will update after more progress is made. Should be a brick shhthouse like the front one I shared on here.

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Finished and installed finally! Had to shorten hilift by 1.5" for rear fog light clearance (oem fronts with 100W Hellas). Less robust than I originally planned, but still stout as hell.

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