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New Bumper Time!!!

 
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Old 05-22-2007, 08:36 AM
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Think I decided to go with this one. It has the styling of the FX2, and I get to retain my tow hooks! Also am going to install the FX2 grille as well. What do you think?

2007 Roush Fiberglass bumper w/ chin spoiler
 
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I thought you said you wanted a bumper cover?!?

I'm not sure, but I don't think that's a cover. It looks like a whole new bumper w/ a different valence. Same goes for the FX2... I don't think that uses a cover either.
 
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It's a 4x4. Go with a Road Armor man... That'd look sweet....
 
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Originally Posted by dbhost
It's a 4x4. Go with a Road Armor man... That'd look sweet....
. . on a stock height truck? Where is the puking smiley when you need it!?
 
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Old 05-22-2007, 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by baja150
I thought you said you wanted a bumper cover?!?

I'm not sure, but I don't think that's a cover. It looks like a whole new bumper w/ a different valence. Same goes for the FX2... I don't think that uses a cover either.
You are right, this is a replacement rather than a cover. Saw this on Trucks! this past weekend and it looked great. I thought that I saw a roush replacement bumper that was all fiberglass. You are right, this one isn't it.

Originally Posted by dbhost
It's a 4x4. Go with a Road Armor man... That'd look sweet....
Haven't seen this one...


Originally Posted by ThumperMX113
. . on a stock height truck? Where is the puking smiley when you need it!?
It's not SO stock any more... Leveled the front out. Need to update the pics.


Being that this a 4x4, I want it to look like one. Alot of aftermarket bumpers and bumper covers have a 'tuner' look to them. This bunch seems to be the closest to what I like, and what would look good 'slightly' lifted off the ground. Gonna go with 33'' meats and 20" rims next year. That is all of the lift that my truck will be seeing. I like all the opinions guys! Keep em coming!
 

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OK, I got confused. Glad I came here 1st instead of buying one first. I am in need of either a replacement bumper and new valance, OR a bumper cover. Need to stay around 600 bucks, not including paint. Wanna keep the foglights too. Looks like i'm gonna need a new bumper any way I look at it unless I get a cover. Has anyone had a cover before? Just wondering how they would hold up.
 
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I'm pretty sure Smok][n has a bumper cover on his truck. Not sure which one though. However, the valances and covers you're looking are for more of a "street" look and IMO wont really look right on a 4X4. Especially if you've leveled the front. Just my opinion so.......
 
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Agreed. Leave the Roush and FX2 valances to us 2WD's
 
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Originally Posted by luke280
Think I decided to go with this one. It has the styling of the FX2, and I get to retain my tow hooks! Also am going to install the FX2 grille as well. What do you think?

2007 Roush Fiberglass bumper w/ chin spoiler
metal factory bumper.
fiberglass Roush valance.
 
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Old 05-22-2007, 10:13 PM
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Any other ideas guys?
 
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Originally Posted by luke280
Think I decided to go with this one. It has the styling of the FX2, and I get to retain my tow hooks! Also am going to install the FX2 grille as well. What do you think?

2007 Roush Fiberglass bumper w/ chin spoiler
perfect!! i want the fx2 grill and that roush valence!!!!! and a painted bumper with fog lights!
 

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Originally Posted by Impact9
The Tuff bumper would look good on your FX4
yep...Tuff Bumper FTW
 
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I thought the Roush was only a valance.. not a cover and a valance.

Am I wrong?
 
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That is correct. Just a valance. There are 3 covers (tuff, xenon, & xenon 2) then valances (FX2, Roush, Harley).
 
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Like I was saying all along.
 

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