I’ll admit right off the bat that this is not the kind of film I’d usually watch and I wasn’t expecting a whole lot out of it, so I was pleasantly surprised when I not only enjoyed but completely fell in love with this film.
I'm in the process of modifying and want to start with front/rear bumper and winch (have added 3" lift, 33's and rock rails to start).
Mostly contact is with the full-width rear bumper, but usually I'm just sliding off the rock at that point, so it's not that it's hanging me up. Blk 09 2Dr Rubi | TF 3" lift | 35" MTRs | Fox Shox | TF Rear Speedbumps | JKS Trackbars | EVO Axle Sleeves and C Gussets | ARB Diff Covers | Shrockworks Bumpers and Rock Rails | Synergy Ball Joints and Tie Rod | Warn 9.5ti | s POD | Superchips | My Gig Lock Pick | If you plan on keeping (or trimming) stock flares we really like the looks of the fullwidth and mid width bumpers. The destroyer has the winch on top and so I am having second thoughts.. I haven't seen a single flat flare type that doesn't look goofy as hell with a full-width bumper. if your Jeep is mostly a DD and a weekend warrior offroader (like mine), go with a full-width (unless you like the exposed wheel and flat flare look).
If you plan on running flat fenders, or doing a more aggressive fender trim, stubby bumpers are a hard look to beat! Wanted to put the winch between the frame rails and also wanted to keep the factory fog's. If you can't decide between the two, have you considered the mid-with bumpers? I just decided and ordered the orfab mid and full width rear bumper. If you are planning to do a lot of serious offroading, then go with a mid or stubby.
Zaza is a 31-year old Israeli bachelor, handsome and intelligent, and his family wants to see him married.
But tradition dictates that Zaza has to choose a young virgin. See full summary » Meduzot (the Hebrew word for Jellyfish) tells the story of three very different Israeli women living in Tel Aviv whose intersecting stories weave an unlikely portrait of modern Israeli life...