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Old 03-13-2005, 06:59 PM   #1
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who has a bumper that they say can protect their car from anything. ive heard good things about pdub and brubberneck bumpers but not much else. and i have no clue what these supposedly good bumpers look like. so who has any bumper that they believe keeps their chubs, arms, knuckles, intact. i know my stock bumper hasnt done much for my chubs.
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Hands down the best 10$ u can spend is on this. Its for the TC3 but we have shaved them to fit any car. I used it on my yokomo SDs. Once u have this on it dont matter what foam bumper u use.



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that looks hard on the body.
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ACtually boards are hard on the bodies.
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if you had a rubberneck bumper, you would not need the hard one underneath. Sorry, dont have any pictures
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ACtually boards are hard on the bodies.
no, the impact against the boards are hard on the bodies if you dont touch those boards they arent that bad.
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no, the impact against the boards are hard on the bodies if you dont touch those boards they arent that bad.

yah, accidents happen, but id rather have a foam bumper to absorb the impact and not slicing the body
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you put the foam on top of the bumper.
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Rubberneck JRXS---

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I will work on getting more up ASAP!

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you put the foam on top of the bumper.


thats what i thought.
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