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    Caught the Bug Wranglerman's Avatar
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    Budget Upgrade

    Have disliked the plastic bumper on my JLU Sahara from early on but did not want a big beefy bumper and glad I waited as I walked into a pretty decent deal on a complete setup

    Here is the before shot

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    And here is the after shots with the following

    ROAM Slimline with short bull bar
    RC Pro 9500 winch with synthetic line and Factor 55 Flatlink
    RC 20Ē CREE light bar
    Some nice red matching D ring shackles and isolators

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    Very pleased with the outcome and the local shop here in Houston did a great job, the guy that owns the shop is super to work with and always does it right, now I need to work on replacing the DRLís and headlamps with LEDís so looking for suggestions for aftermarket
    My insurance company asked me if my Jeep was modified and of course I said no...

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    That looks really nice!!

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    Might've just sold me on this bumper. I've been looking since October and haven't found the perfect one. This just might be it.

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    I agree,looks great.

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    Big difference. Looks great!

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    Looks good.
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    Looks great on there! I'm impressed with the quality of the ROAM pieces. I have their slider/steps waiting to be installed. Nice quality and good looking welds. Not as nice as the ones on my JK bumper I have from Full Metal Fabworks, but still nice.

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    Budget Upgrade

    Quote Originally Posted by ddays v2 View Post
    Looks great on there! I'm impressed with the quality of the ROAM pieces. I have their slider/steps waiting to be installed. Nice quality and good looking welds. Not as nice as the ones on my JK bumper I have from Full Metal Fabworks, but still nice.
    Iíve been running the step sliders for a couple months now. Awesome product. Install was under an hour with simple hand tools. I didnít hook the lights up though, just removed them and threw them in my drawer.


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    I had looked and looked at several bumpers and always kept coming back to the ROAM slim with the low bar, I forfeited my factory halogen fogs for the light bar and as bright as it is I wonít be able to use it like I did with the fog lights on the open road so I need to find a brighter headlamp than my current halogen headlamps, the winch was also something I honestly did not need but I got the whole package installed by a local shop here in Houston for a great price as they were all demo items so to speak so with them not being new out of the box items I saved a fair amount
    My insurance company asked me if my Jeep was modified and of course I said no...

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    Been Around the Block ddays v2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dixonk View Post
    I’ve been running the step sliders for a couple months now. Awesome product. Install was under an hour with simple hand tools. I didn’t hook the lights up though, just removed them and threw them in my drawer.


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    Hows the powder coating holding up? I was thinking of applying some kind of wear shield -like this clear Gorilla repair tape to the bottom of the steps and leading edges to keep some of the rocks and road shit off of them. This stuff is thick - it's 7mils

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