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Old 02-11-2013, 12:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I started another project on friday and just finished it up!
There is a couple of things I want to add to it but that is for another time.
So everyone tell me what you think!
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Very nice! I could only DREAM of making a tube bumper!


Could you elaborate on how you mounted it? Pictures of where it's mounted?

My only tiny little complaint is that it looks like the bumper is a little on the small side for your lights.

Also, you running a skid plate with the bumper?
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good job!
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Well done.
I like it.
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Very cool, but it isn't finished yet! You REALLY need a grill or rock guard to protect the condenser from stone damage.

Does it have recovery points built in, and is it strong enough to use to jack the car?

Please post some detailed pics of the build.

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looks great! would love to see a side view if you've got one
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looks great! would love to see a side view if you've got one
hope thats good enough if not I can take some more


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Very nice! I could only DREAM of making a tube bumper!


Could you elaborate on how you mounted it? Pictures of where it's mounted?

My only tiny little complaint is that it looks like the bumper is a little on the small side for your lights.

Also, you running a skid plate with the bumper?
I used the stock bumper bar mounting points, the lights are actually giving more light than before! and i do have a skid plate


some one shot this off the post nearby my house so i got it for free!
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Very cool, but it isn't finished yet! You REALLY need a grill or rock guard to protect the condenser from stone damage.

Does it have recovery points built in, and is it strong enough to use to jack the car?

Please post some detailed pics of the build.

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This next weekend I'm going to add some expanded metal from my roof basket build for a grill/rock guard. I still have the stock tow point as of now and it seems to be strong to use a jack on. I'm still planning on stuff to add on to it.
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Did you put Legacy GT fairings across the bottom under the doors?
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hope thats good enough if not I can take some more
much appreciated, trying to get some ideas for my lifted legacy wagon which has a pretty thrashed front bumper at the moment
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Did you put Legacy GT fairings across the bottom under the doors?
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