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We took the Jeep to a local privately owned spot and gave the 40" Trepadors a chance to cool off..



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how are the axles holdin up?


PS, any good email besides "info" I can speak to someone there about SEMA?
No problems yet. I've gotten your email btw just have to sit down and discuss with the team.
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Can you get the rear bumper with the park assist hole for the sensors?
 

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Hey Motobilt
I just put 37s on my JL but my lift won't be going on until later in September. I have already removed my front inner fenders as one of the aftermarket companies sent me a free set of their new inner fenders. However, I still have the flimsy factory rear inner fenders in and that is where I am rubbing (more on the part of the inner fender just behind the passenger door than on the part closest to the bumper). I was going to pull them off yesterday, but there is a lot of very important (and vulnerable) looking things on both sides. I'm taking a road trip this week from CA to CO (no off roading though). You guys haven't had any issues with any flying up into the wheel well and damaging any of those hoses/electrical items?

And, did you guys remove your factory rock rails to minimize rubbing the front and rear tires?

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Can you get the rear bumper with the park assist hole for the sensors?
We don't offer those yet, but it wouldn't be too hard to just drill some holes accordingly.
 

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I like the rear bumper, but would add one criticism. The "wings" on each end of the bumper should extend to cover the piece of sheetmetal that hangs below the lower body line.
Agreed!
 

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Even if you wrap the "wings" around the corner to the flare line to guard the rest of the sheetmetal, would be awesome. Anything that saves the body areas like that from damage! haha
 

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