I've decided to leave the rear bumper endcaps on for now. They seem to blend in with the body better than
the ones up front. Also, they provide a little extra protection for those vulnerable rear corners. To this point, my
only real trail damage (other than a few chips and scratches) has been to the rear passenger's side corner. I was
negotiating a treacherous trench (for a stocker anyways) when I hastily threw it into reverse and banged right into a wall
of dirt. That endcap took the impact and probably prevented a direct hit to the body and rear flare. It was
easily fixed by loosening the torx screws, pulling it back into place, and retightening.