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Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

Where can i get the exhuast tips from the 2014 Summitt?
I like the look of those and think they'd look good on my 14' Overland. I'm assuming this is plug and play.
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Old 02-24-2014, 03:57 PM
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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

Do you really think the exhaust tips of a Summit will fit an Overland??? I'm sure it will once you change the bumper portion from below the tail light on down. That shouldn't cost very much.
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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

Aren't the tips on the Overland welded on? The ones on the 2014 Summit bolt on and can be adjusted so they are level.
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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

It makes no difference, it's all about the bumper. It's like boxing inside the square circle.
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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

Even if he did the rear bumper (which I know is a must to accommodate the Exhaust tips) he would need to do all the trim on the Jeep to make it look right as the Summit has Chrome trim all around the base... it sounds very involved.
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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

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Even if he did the rear bumper (which I know is a must to accommodate the Exhaust tips) he would need to do all the trim on the Jeep to make it look right as the Summit has Chrome trim all around the base... it sounds very involved.

Yep my point exactly!
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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

Man that pic of your Jeep in the desert makes me swoon... I saw my first Auburn Summit driving around here in Charleston it was evening time and made the color look almost like a dark maroon. It was still awesome, I think you have got a great looking Jeep!

As for the OP have you even checked back on the thread you started?
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Man that pic of your Jeep in the desert makes me swoon... I saw my first Auburn Summit driving around here in Charleston it was evening time and made the color look almost like a dark maroon. It was still awesome, I think you have got a great looking Jeep!

As for the OP have you even checked back on the thread you started?
Thanks for the compliment. When people ask me what color it is I tell them it's according to how the sun hits it and what time of day it is; but I do love the color.

What is the OP???? : (
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Thanks for the compliment. When people ask me what color it is I tell them it's according to how the sun hits it and what time of day it is; but I do love the color.

What is the OP???? : (
I do the same thing when people ask about my Maximum Steel.... blue, grey, black you pick!

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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

Upon closer inspection, there's no way those exhaust tips would fit without a lot of work. Would have been nice to have but i'm fine either way.

The great thing about this car is that i really like the way it looks and have very little desire to change or add anything to it aside from painting the side mirror caps , which in turn will save me lots of $$$; that may change hanging out around here though lol.
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Re: Summit Exhuast Tips on Overland

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Upon closer inspection, there's no way those exhaust tips would fit without a lot of work. Would have been nice to have but i'm fine either way.

The great thing about this car is that i really like the way it looks and have very little desire to change or add anything to it aside from painting the side mirror caps , which in turn will save me lots of $$$; that may change hanging out around here though lol.
I knew you would get the hint. Lol Look the Overland looks great just like it is. I wanted an Overland but could not get the Deep Auburn Pearl in an Overland so I settled for a Summit CRD.
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