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Unread 12-30-2011, 08:48 AM   #1
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what rear bumper with turee carrier should purchase?

I have a 2000 Cherokee XJ and am looking towards my next upgrades. I want to do new bumpers and a roof rack however the options are endless. My first choice is to replace the rear bumper with one that has d ring mounts and a tire carrier swinger on the passenger side of the vehicle, and would also prefer that the tire is offset from the center towards the passenger side as well. I want to be able to tow heavy loads also. I talked to a welder and even found a great forum on here with some step by step instructions but the creator doesn't recommend his for towing at all, only for recovery. What are some of your suggestions guys? And if possible what roof rack would you recommend.

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