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Unread 12-05-2011, 02:04 PM   #1
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who makes a bumper similar to this one?

So i want to get rid of my winch bumper and get a much smaller one with d-ring tabs and a hitch receiver. can someone point me to a website that sells a bumper similar to this?

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Unread 12-05-2011, 02:05 PM   #2
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JCR.. great bumpers

http://www.jcroffroad.com/Merchant2/...egory_Code=XJB
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Rigidco (His site sucks but the workmanship is incredible! ) : http://www.rigidco.com/

Pics below are of a FBWLTD priced at $269

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Unread 12-05-2011, 02:16 PM   #4
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lookin for something in the 250 range

thanks anyways
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Awesome products and he is doing a special right now where orders ship for 99 cents.
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$269...

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+50 for tie-in brackets
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Good luck finding anything cheaper, that include tie-in brackets..(anything that you would actually feel safe as a tow point)
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lookin for something in the 250 range

thanks anyways
If you can weld the JCR build it yourself is an awesome deal.
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i'd like to but i only got a flux core and minimal talent with welding, my welds look like popcorn with sprinkles.
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i'd like to but i only got a flux core and minimal talent with welding, my welds look like popcorn with sprinkles.
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If you want one with d rings for less than 250. Check out nates4x4. That is who I am ordering mine from
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Unread 12-05-2011, 09:30 PM   #13
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+50 for tie-in brackets
just get the jcr basic and then grab some flat stock and make your own tie ins....or just wait and save the extra $50 and get them which is prolly better/cheaper in the long run with the cost of sourcing the steel, cutting it and mocking it up.
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I have the olympic front receiver bumper. It was something like $230 on quadratec. It's worked great so far, but you'll need to put your own d-rings on it. Here's some pictures right when I installed it. It's been tightened down and sits flush now:





The brackets on the front are for the tow bar. Just drilled and bolted on with Grade 8 hardware. The front valence is off and fenders have been trimmed back too. Like here:

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hmm olympic doesn't look too bad, but im still looking, im going to try my luck on ebay ill post what i find
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