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Originally Posted by Endlessblockades View Post
Yes!! Please help those of us with duck-lips to de-puff. I would either buy a full solution from you or a version based on the LTD upper lip. A front hitch would be cool but not a deal-breaker. I am working on a home-made hitch-based camp table that might be nice to have up front. Also, the ability to mount a friend's MTB rack for those shuttle runs would be sick.

Bikes on both ends!
Dual bike racks would be nice for sure. Another +1 for the front hitch.

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Congratulations on ALL your effort! That's a great looking bumper and I would be interested in one for my daily driver. I like the reduced weight while keeping the strength, off road function and clean factory appearance. Great Job!
Awesome, glad to hear others out there like the use-case!

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If I understood you correctly, your bumper will bolt directly to 99-02 mounts without modifications?

Not naming any names but will your bumper have any love for 3rd gens with 2" body lifts?

Front receiver hitch would be a very cool option.
You will need to trim the flaps on the end of the frame rails. Similar to the Coastal Offroad bumper installation. It's literally a 5 minute job with a grinder and no structural components are removed. We would be including all of this information in the installation video & instructions but otherwise it's a factory fit. We will be recommending that a single hole be drilled through the frame rail as an additional through-bolt. It will install without it but it will be recommended.

2" bodylift was an initial consideration. We like that nothing changes on the bumper itself between the 0" and 1" bodylift trucks other than which holes you use to mount up the OEM bumper skin to. We stopped at 1" because making the mounting points work for the 2"+ bodylifts all within the same mounting bracket, started to ruin the aesthetic when used on a non-bodylift truck (this will be the primary market). So at this time, no options for a 2" bodylift but if we get enough requests it could certainly be added to the line-up later.

Loving all the feedback. I'll keep posting more as things progress.
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