New FJ Cruiser Bumper (1 Viewer)

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for those that don't want to dare venture into the FJC forum, here's a couple pics :D

it's very flimsy, like all my projects :grinpimp:
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Another of Mat's flyweight designs - it'll never hold up :grinpimp:

Looks awesome sir!
 

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very nice! May I suggest in future you add a warning such as ' Clicking on this link will send you to the Blue Room'.
 
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Drew's rear bumper looks like a customized version of your BJ60 winged "bat-bumper."


I am surprised you didn't put a spring-loaded roller on the back so Drew could just roll down the rock steps at Moab. Like the ditch rollers they used on the old WWII half-tracks below....

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Looks great Mat, very slick. Now your going to have to make a front bumper that will match it. Then Drew can paint his truck all flat black like a stealth plane.
 

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It would be difficult to achieve stealth when his RF emissions are already in the red zone...
 
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Mat, I think you made the stocks in Vasiline and Kleenex rise. You gave sailor a reason to never leave the bathroom now. Wow beautiful work.
 
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specs

Yes - the specs please! Weight with bolts, bracket, swing-out without fuel or tire less the FJ 'tupperware' bumper it replaced.
 

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