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View Poll Results: Which Bumper Setup Should I Go With?
Setup 1 1 12.50%
Setup 2 7 87.50%
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Old 05-07-2008, 12:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which bumper setup do you guys think i should go with? My Sam has a Calmini 5" Lift, 31" BFG M/T, Warn Premium Hubs an F&R Power-Trak Lock-Right Lockers Plus a Chevy 4.3L V6 w/ 200R4 4-Spd Auto Trans.

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Setup 1
Calmini C1 Front Double Tube Winch Bumper


Calmini Single Tube Rear Bumper


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Setup 2
C2 Double Tube Front Bumper


Calmini Double Tube Rear Bumper

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Wow, looks cool! My vote is for setup 2 bull bar (front bumper) and setup 1 tow bar (rear bumper).

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Wow, looks cool! My vote is for setup 2 bull bar (front bumper) and setup 1 tow bar (rear bumper).
That a good idea for bumper setup, i'll keep it in mind when i buy bumpers.

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Just want to show off with my own design for a bull bar. I will be sending the parts for laser cutting. I suppose this is a mix between ARB and Calmini.
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Just want to show off with my own design for a bull bar. I will be sending the parts for laser cutting. I suppose this is a mix between ARB and Calmini.
Nice looking bumper design an your right it does look like a mix of ARB & Calmini.

Hope it turns out as nice as the picture.
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Cool! I will post a picture when it is finished.
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Wow, looks cool! My vote is for setup 2 bull bar (front bumper) and setup 1 tow bar (rear bumper).
i must concur
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i must concur
That the setup i going to go with when i have the green to spend.

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arb?
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arb?
Nice Rig an arb makes nice kickass bumpers but i've seen lots of vehicle using them an i want something different but thanks for the suggestion

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