Well, I wanted to depart from the norm of front bumpers. When I was at the NE zookin event last fall I saw a bumper I liked on WSB's (Wayne from this board) rig. I finally ponied up some cake and he and a friend built me a a front bumper with a winch plate. Overall I'm very pleased with the bumper. I have worries that it may stick out too far though and need to get about 6 inches chopped off. I'm not too sure yet, as I don't have a winch to see how it all fits. To keep in mind I'm moving on to YJ's very soon. Shackle reversal of M/L is still the question. Comments and suggestions welcome.
You have good taste [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img] I think I just found my new front bumper. I agree on the moving it back. For me however, with my almost eight inches of frame extension in the front, that will be about perfecto.
Very nice rig BTW. I am jealous [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
The one on my tracker is alot like that but VERY tight to the body. I went all out for approce angle on the WW3 and didn't want the same problem I had on WW2 (springs and bumper smashing rocks.) I do not like the SR Yj's but some folks swear by them. I guess if you rotated the pumpkin that it would be better than what most folks have with them. (horrible Driveshaft angles.) Like anything Done RIGHT
these problems can be solved.