Reviewed By adam m (REDONDO BEACH, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Jeep Wrangler —2/11/2016 5:57 PM
Don't expect the paint to stay on long. Had one peel coming out of the package
Reviewed By Joseph H (METHUEN, MA) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-350 —2/11/2016 6:00 AM
So bumper is well built looks great but on my 1997 Ford f350 the bumper does not follow the wheel well/ fender arch meaning it sets in almost 3 inches past. This means your tires will hit.not to mention it looks very tacky . so I will now have to trim a 1200$ bumper to match the fender/ wheel well arches. I noticed this is common for this bumper for 92-97 fords. The iron bull, or buck stop bumper lines up but not the iron cross. But again it's the engineering of this
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