ADD HoneyBadger front bumper (Denver)

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  1. d4nguy

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    I'm considering selling my ADD HoneyBadger winch front bumper. There's nothing wrong with it and it's only been on the car for about 2 months. The reason I am considering replacing it is because it protrudes out in front of the truck quite a bit more than I had anticipated and increases my overall length by about 6"-8". I would really like to replace it with the ADD Venom winch bumper which is almost flush with the grill.

    I'd like to get some of your opinions on what you would do in my situation. I dropped about $2,200 on the bumper whereas the Venom winch runs $400 cheaper. I'll most likely lose money if I do the swap. Let me know what you think.

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  2. gryGhst17

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    Yeah, that's out there alright. Kinda reminds me of bubba. Lol

    I looked at the venom for your year. Much better looking


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  3. SZDZMTR

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    This bumper will do good on the ranch, pushing cows around. :crazy: You are going to loose money but thats just how it goes. Best of luck.
     
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    I have a venom in Abq that I'm about to take off for an add pro. Dm me - Update, Never mind, just realized this was for a gen 1!


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    I'm in Abq pm what you want for the Venom.

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    Let me know what you do with your bumper. I'm in Abq so just about 6 hours south of you.
     
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    Did you decide to keep your honey badger? Have any side pics of it?
     
  7. d4nguy

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    Side picks

    Here's how it looks from the side. Measures 10" from the grill.
     

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    Puts a pretty big chin on the truck. Might look better at mid perch with the nose higher so it doesn't make it look like the bumper is pulling the front down so much.

    Stock bumper sticks out 4" from the grille at the bumper-ettes (furthest point out).

    I think I personally would like something trimmer. I bet it looks perfect with a lift and 37's. Overpowers the stock truck IMO.
     
  9. d4nguy

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    I've moved the struts to mid perch and it raised the front about 1.5". Just had an alignment done last week. Should have waited. Now have to get re-aligned again.

    At this point I'll wait a while before making any bumper changes. To spend another $1,800 on new bumper now just sounds unreasonable and is mainly for aesthetics. However a more flush bumper would improve my approach angle though.
     
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    Lots of other ADD bumper options for you that are much tighter fitting. [​IMG]

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