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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-23-2003, 12:50 PM
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I am looking for a decent bumper that is winch mountable with light tabs. I would love to build my own but just don't have the time or skills.I want the front to match the back. On the back I will need a bumper that has a tire carrier big enough to hold a 37" tire. I like the Hansen bumpers, the younger bros. bumpers and the Trail Ready bumpers. I like the arb bumpers as well as these new bumpers from go there engineering.

Aside from building your own has anyone found a tough bumper that looks decent that will allow a warn 9500i winch?
Any one have one for sale?

I realy want to do this mod. You have got to check it out. I am not sure how much clearance you will gain but it would be worth it anyways
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I'm saving up to buy some of this guys stuff. Check out Steve's Jeep Fab
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Re: bumpers

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Rocky Road Outfitters

These guys have some really nice looking stuff...and it looks very rock ready...I got my extended shock mounts from them...very nice work...they get a B+ from me...if I remember correct it took a bit of time to get the parts...but I think that was a fluke...nice guys...

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Re: bumpers

Don't know much about bumpers and such currently I'm trying to build my own...but if you e-mail the guy with the flat-fender he'll send you the plans for $75. I thought it was a little too expensive for blue prints and will be fabbing my own most likely this winter. I really like the look of the FF Jeeps and already have my tail lights flush mounted and will be doing the same with my front turn signals mounting them into the grill.
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I highly recommend Warn Bumpers. I was at Tellico Saturday and had to back off an obstacle. Needless to say my front right tire dropped making my Jeep fall 2 feet slamming my bumper against a rock(passenger side thankfully) and all it did was scratch it
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Re: bumpers

Just cut the front bumper, keeps things simple that way [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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