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Just bought my first JKUR - kids talked me into it now I wish I'd bought one years ago....
I'm in the process of modifying and want to start with front/rear bumper and winch (have added 3" lift, 33's and rock rails to start).
I have friends telling me to go full width front (mainly for protection) and friends telling me to go stubby (approach and looks).
I do want to add a winch and would prefer recessed - would also like to keep fogs on bumper (I know there are several stubby models that offer this). I've spent a month looking at all of the models and need help. I'm in the process of getting a front bumper and decided on a full width.
Still deciding on flares, leaning toward warrior but looked at Aries and the the plastic bushwhacked.
After a thoroughly dominant performance in Nashville last week, the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide return to the Tuscaloosa host the always-dangerous Ole Miss Rebels in Bryant-Denny Stadium for a later-than-usual kickoff.I'm sure some aftermarket would fair better than others...dammit....stubby bumpers look damn good. I spent months researching mine, changing my mind a bunch of times in the process. I ended up with a mid-width front and a full-width rear. IF you go with mid or full width pay attention to the lines.Full-width rear because personally I think it looks better than a stubby rear. I'm a little too OCD about flat lines where the Jeep curves and fitment in general. Nice rounded lines on the hood/fender and completely mis-matched straight lines on the Grumper U G L Y Another example of bad lines: I really like Poison Spyder, JCR, ACE, EVO, etc but even some of the less expensive bumpers have decent lines.Not only is there an age difference (Nora is 41 or 43) but a class one, as well, as Nora is and always has been working class.I’ll admit right off the bat that this is not the kind of film I’d usually watch and I wasn’t expecting a whole lot out of it, so I was pleasantly surprised when I not only enjoyed but completely fell in love with this film.Spader and Sarandon are both superb and the chemistry between them is palpable.