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Old 05-10-2012, 11:27 PM
wbowyer wbowyer is offline
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I have that frontier gear bumper replacement installed on my truck and it was very easy to do by myself.
1) remove stock front bumper
2) mount the provided brackets
3) get the bumper "close" so you can bolt it up to the brackets.
4) use a jack to make final adjustments and tighten everything up.

Took me 2 hours to do the front, rear, and exhaust alone. That's including removal of stock parts and messing around with the truck straight piped for a bit. All you'll need is a good set of boxed end wrenches and some standard and deep well sockets...and a bottle jack for the bumper adjustments (so that it doesn't move around).
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