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rear bumpers

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by SUPERSUB87, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. SUPERSUB87

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    i was looking in my lmc sub magazine today... im thinking about ordering those rear tail light panels that weld in place and going with one of those rear bumpers with the lights in them... you know the rollpans with what the lights that look similar to an corvettes... but does anyone know where to get them????? and if so how much... this is my dd/mud so it can look pretty:D... my trail sub is the ugly bastard :rolleyes:
     
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    i mean something like this... but this one says it only works with stepsides and longbeds 72-89... do you think this can work on a burb????
     
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    With a cutting torch, a welder and fab skills anything will work:D . I know I am not much help.

    Ira
     
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    i was thinkin of that... just one prob with this one.... its fiberglass. im thinkin of just getting a steel roll pan and cutting out for the lights... that sounds like a good idea.... just want somethin different for the rear.. something new. i mean i already have the blingin rims... why not the blingin bumper. plus its cheaper to do it the other way.
     
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    would that fire and ice led light bar be enough to keep johnny law off my ass???? its got reverse. brake. and turn signal functions.... plus it would be pretty sweet. to have no lights showing on the rear then have that pop up at you.. i'm going with a phantom grill on the front anyways.
     
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    I don't have any idea, but they got the bling.
     
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    fo shizzle... oh yeah... sorry to hear/see (:screwy:) about your burb. yours was the sweetest.... still is the sweetest one on here. that is until i beat you... yeah right. weak ten bolts and 33's aint gonna beat that baby. i'm thinking about investing in some tube doors now. if'n you know what i mean.:D
     
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    anybody got any ideas???? if you can run only led light bars???? or any other ideas would be great.
     
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    You have to check local Texas law. In AZ, you have to have a brake light and signals. We are pretty liberal with equipment laws.

    These would be OK to run in AZ. The last line of their ad says: LED light bars may not be suitable to be used as your primary lights

    Any TX tail light chasers with input?

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    yeah... ive been looking online and cant seem to find it.
     
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    Try here

    I read the requirements it they may be OK. I didn't see anything that prohibits them. The height has to be above 15" from the ground.

    Full Statute Listing

    EDIT: Equipment is Section 547
     

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