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au ute bump stops

hi all. just wondering what everyone thinks about the removal of the long stoppers on the side of a ute? ie would it look good i do have the wheel arch flares from factory...... any thoughts?


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Re: au ute bump stops

yeah thinking that way to had abit of a longer look at it and the lines dont lend itself not having them.

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