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Finally got my new light bar installed...took me 3 times longer than instructions suggested

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post #2 of 14 Old 03-13-2015, 12:23 AM
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Very nice....

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You have to remember that the people writing the instructions do the installs all the time so they have it down to a science. Us working stiffs always take 3 times as long to do stuff. Don't feel bad.

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You have to remember that the people writing the instructions do the installs all the time so they have it down to a science. Us working stiffs always take 3 times as long to do stuff. Don't feel bad.
LOL...THANKS...THAT HELPS A LITTLE...
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Here you go Flesh...

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"Dang Fred! You got shocks, lights... lucky! You ever take it off any sweet jumps?"

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"Dang Fred! You got shocks, lights... lucky! You ever take it off any sweet jumps?"

And damage that sweet cheapo plastic plasti dipped air dam...lol...I once drove it over a 12 speed "MOUNTAIN" bike that was left in front of it....if that counts?

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Haha, nice reply.

Seriously though - while its not my thing. I do like the attention to detail that you've put into your Jeep. You have a theme and a color palette that you are working from vs. just haphazardly slapping parts on. The only part that kinda of blows the theme (as they often do) is the license plate, it's too bad you can't get one with a black background.

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Haha, nice reply.

Seriously though - while its not my thing. I do like the attention to detail that you've put into your Jeep. You have a theme and a color palette that you are working from vs. just haphazardly slapping parts on. The only part that kinda of blows the theme (as they often do) is the license plate, it's too bad you can't get one with a black background.
Thanks...I just do "sissy pants" offroading...too anal (insert gay reference here) to take a chance on denting or scratching it lol. I drove around with a black and orange "MILLER" beer phony license plate on the front for about a week and a half until I got pulled over...thankfully it seemed like they were more interested in my JK than the law and let me go with a warning...phew!
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Oh Jebus Crisco, looooook at all of that orange! What kind of hom... Oh hi Fred! Just checking out the ride now that I can see it all without having to stand across the room to see it on my 8 inch tablet to compensate! I will say, in a time when most Jeeps have light bars and rectangular items all over them, it's nice to see round lights. Something about it just seems right.












You still need to rip off that plastic air dam with the help of an obstacle.

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It kinda reminds of the Farenheit (after about 5 tries I gave up on spelling it) edition VWs. I am also into dirtbikes so orange and black is plentiful with KTMs dominance in the market.

It is very clean. I would have it looking like crap in no time!
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Too funny....Orange is the new Black... had a black everything 91 YJ about 7 years ago...banged the shit out of that one (literally and figuratively ...ewwww)
Drove it til rear passenger quarter panel fell off lol...I've FUCKIN' MELLOWED OUT!!!since then
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