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  1. daringb
    09-26-2014 04:14 PM - permalink
    daringb
    I have a few questions for ya. One i see the rear runner requires drilling. what do you have to drill? With the center rear reverse senors un plug do the outside ones still sense enough to cover for the center ones? Lastly, what winch setup are you using? is that a stock bumper that you mounted a winch to
  2. Rogue
    08-16-2013 06:40 PM - permalink
    Rogue
    Hello sir. I have a 2010 FX4 Supercrew that I have just lifted, and I am considering the N Fab Rearrunner. I was wondering if you could tell me how well you are liking it, and details about the installation (number of connection points, how to install, any interference with backup sensors, etc.)? Also, what kind of front lights do you have? Thank you. I love that truck man!
  3. drswiger
    02-09-2013 06:47 PM - permalink
    drswiger
    My vote would be the plain extendadender flares. Will look cleaner than the pocket style.
    JMO
  4. Ebgil
    02-09-2013 06:43 PM - permalink
    Ebgil
    ya, Im looking at the ones you have or the pocket style. The end state of the truck will have white bumpers, low profile roof rack, those fender flares and minor tints to the front windows

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