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Does anyone out there still have this bumper on their truck? If so, how is it holding up? Are you still in love with it? Pictures and side views would be fantastic!




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I had it on my titan up until I sold it. The new owner ditched it for a plate bumper. It held up great honestly, but their powder coating isn't the greatest. I could see some minor rust beginning to form in the weld areas, but it would have been an easy fix with a little paint. It wasn't all the welds, just a few. Other than that it was great.
 

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I had it on my titan up until I sold it. The new owner ditched it for a plate bumper. It held up great honestly, but their powder coating isn't the greatest. I could see some minor rust beginning to form in the weld areas, but it would have been an easy fix with a little paint. It wasn't all the welds, just a few. Other than that it was great.


Great to hear!!! I really love the look of it and doesn't appear to be too bulky which should keep the weight down on the front.


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Im the owner that ditched it. Didnt really care for the look of it and it left alot of open space where wires and stuff were visible. I changed it out for a road rhino bumper awhile back heres some pics of it when I had the nfab on
 

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I've had mine on for about 2 years. I spend a lot of time on the beach and it started to rust. I had it sand blasted and I repainted it with a hefty coating of bed liner. Other than that it's held up great.


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I've had mine on for about 2 years. I spend a lot of time on the beach and it started to rust. I had it sand blasted and I repainted it with a hefty coating of bed liner. Other than that it's held up great.


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What size light bar did you use? Was there mounts built in already for the bar?


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What size light bar did you use? Was there mounts built in already for the bar?


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I think its a 30 inch. Looked all over for it. My wife finally found it on ebay. It had adjustable width mounting brakets so it bolted straight to the 4 light mounts on the bumper perfect. Was a lot cheaper than a rigid or plashlight too.

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I think its a 30 inch. Looked all over for it. My wife finally found it on ebay. It had adjustable width mounting brakets so it bolted straight to the 4 light mounts on the bumper perfect. Was a lot cheaper than a rigid or plashlight too.

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Gotcha, sounds like the one I have on my lower valance, it had adjustable feet as well. I was just wondering how the guys that double stacked the light bars did it.


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