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bumper installation tomorrow ..

installing my new pure jeep bumper tomorrow. i might need help relocating my vacuum pump. if anyone lives by me, PM me! we will be working in garage so it will be dry

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Would love to , but I have to work.
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I would lend a set of hands if u were in south jersey. Good luck though


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installing my new pure jeep bumper tomorrow. i might need help relocating my vacuum pump. if anyone lives by me, PM me! we will be working in garage so it will be dry
I did this for my install of a Ace Midwidth. This may or may not work for you.

Remove the nuts, this should allow the vacuum pump to be removed from the bracket.

Now remove the posts with a cutoff wheel. Drill out the holes the posts were in.

Flip the vacuum pump, reattach with zip ties. Check for clearance, Clarence

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I did this for my install of a Ace Midwidth. This may or may not work for you.

Remove the nuts, this should allow the vacuum pump to be removed from the bracket.

Now remove the posts with a cutoff wheel. Drill out the holes the posts were in.

Flip the vacuum pump, reattach with zip ties. Check for clearance, Clarence
i dont have a cutoff wheel lol how about if you come and help me lmao

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if nobody can help me today, i can wait until tomorrow. i just need to get it done before the week starts

thank you again!

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if nobody can help me today, i can wait until tomorrow. i just need to get it done before the week starts

thank you again!
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