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My front bumper is junk (well the lower portion where the fogs are) and I was going to try this out. Thoughts?
 

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My front bumper is junk (well the lower portion where the fogs are) and I was going to try this out. Thoughts?
I've seen it done, you just have to relocate the windshield washer fluid reservoir.

DO IT!!
 

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Took my front bumper all the way off. Got tons of front clearance all the wya around. Just have a brush guard on right now while I'm saving up for my Safarigard from bumper :clap:
 

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Took my front bumper all the way off. Got tons of front clearance all the wya around. Just have a brush guard on right now while I'm saving up for my Safarigard from bumper :clap:
You will LOVE your SG bumper ! But get the skid as it's rough to add it later. I'm sure there's a lot of good ones out there, but the SG has not let me down yet despite the stresses of winching & frequent slamming.
 

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Well, I just did it! I must say, on a scale of 1 - 10, 1 being the easiest, I'd give this a 2.5. what a difference it makes though! I couldn't rationalize spending the dough on a nice SG bumper since I do very little wheeling in this rig. The stuff that I do is mostly up at my cabin going through the woods and a few state trails. This vehicle is used mainly to haul the boat and dogs (unfortunatley) :( So, looks like I'd be throwing the Hella fogs up on eBay! I'd really just like to install a standard brush guard and be done with it. So, if you have one for a D2 laying around, I 'might' know of a loving good home for it.
 
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