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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I should clarify that I don't know this for sure. I was told that changes were made to the JL Quater Pounder to make it work with the grill.
    Yeah I thought I heard Mel tell you that on a video awhile back. But Evo has it on the website for JK JL and JT with the same part #

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale72 View Post
    Yeah I thought I heard Mel tell you that on a video awhile back. But Evo has it on the website for JK JL and JT with the same part #

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    Hmmm, I wonder if they just include spacers that go between the frame horns and the bumper to help push it out a bit. I've installed other bumpers in the past that used something like this to help accommodate winches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Hmmm, I wonder if they just include spacers that go between the frame horns and the bumper to help push it out a bit. I've installed other bumpers in the past that used something like this to help accommodate winches.
    Don't know I will call Drew Tuesday and see

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2.0 View Post
    Dale72, I sent a text to Mel asking about your topic here. If he gets back to me soon, I will post up what I get from Mr EVO.
    Nice. Good to have connections. The information about the Quarter Pounder has been a bit murky.


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    Evo Quarter Pounder

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Yes, you would need to cut the frame as you've noted regardless. While you will be able to get the bumper installed, you may find that a lot of winches may NOT fit as it will make contact with the grill. Or, at least, that was my understanding.
    This right here is correct /\ /\ /\ and the third and final confirmation from the source himself, finally got a text from him, yes you must cut.

    Remember if you are not certain that you can go forward with cutting on your new Jeep, why donít you take the route Wayoflife did with his JL ďJet LiĒ and install the Warn Winch plate for a minimalist looking bumper. No cutting needing, heís got a video on it right here on this forum. Good luck with your final decision

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2.0 View Post
    This right here is correct /\ /\ /\ and the third and final confirmation from the source himself, finally got a text from him, yes you must cut.

    Remember if you are not certain that you can go forward with cutting on your new Jeep, why donít you take the route Wayoflife did with his JL ďJet LiĒ and install the Warn Winch plate for a minimalist looking bumper. No cutting needing, heís got a video on it right here on this forum. Good luck with your final decision
    Thanks Yeah I have seen the video

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale72 View Post
    Don't know I will call Drew Tuesday and see

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    Probably tough t9 do since he hasnít worked there in almost a year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJL View Post
    Probably tough t9 do since he hasnít worked there in almost a year.


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    Okay

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