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I Freakin Love Zipties

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that actually looks sick when its zip tied together. maybe if i **** up my front bumper ill try it to see how it works

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Zip ties are the greatest thing ever, not only for cars but for atv's also, my Raptor had about I would say 500 zipties holding the plastics together before i broke down and bought new ones.
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little paint and primer and that is good to go



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Industrial zipties held the front bumper to the car on my old 300zx lol
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I've seen this Frankenstein stitching method used with steel wire before on a bumper lol. It is pretty cool.

Might wanna let that guy know his left brake light is out BTW
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Lol didn't u guys know I've been rockin the ziptie front lip since cut springs

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my boys RL H/E is held on with zipity ties, good stuff.

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