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post #31 of 68 Old 08-27-2014, 09:02 PM
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Maybe you could give it a rest.. He was asking what other people have for bumpers, not for your speech on safely storing tools. If he wants a stubby bumper thats his call, not yours or anyone elses. I know people around me that run a stubby bumper. In PA the shovel storage might be a problem but still... It doesn't matter as that jeep is nowhere near here anyhow. Overreact much?
You're going to counter-answer me in every thread from now on, huh?

On top of me having not the greatest opinion of your observation skills, I now have to fear your reading comprehension skills?

How did I ever say anything about a stubby bumper? The Shovel story is entirely in New York. Uh oh ... I see the problem... you're a geography failure as well. OK, bud, New York is a state that in a lot of ways is just like PA. In fact, it's really close to PA. Same trees, sames muds, sometimes worse snows, but you get the gist of it.

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post #32 of 68 Old 08-27-2014, 09:13 PM
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post #33 of 68 Old 08-27-2014, 10:35 PM
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post #34 of 68 Old 08-28-2014, 04:50 AM
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You're going to counter-answer me in every thread from now on, huh?
No, it just gets old seeing you spew your self-rightous **** all over anyone who dares do something you might disagree with or consider unsafe.

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post #35 of 68 Old 08-28-2014, 06:02 AM
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Did someone say bumper jeeps?

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Hope that breaks up the seriousness of this thread... Also my new bumper is 54 inches

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No, it just gets old seeing you spew your self-rightous **** all over anyone who dares do something you might disagree with or consider unsafe.
I'm not sure it should be called 'self-righteous' if the person is indeed actually right all the time. But then, I may be wrong.

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I'm not sure it should be called 'self-righteous' if the person is indeed actually right all the time. But then, I may be wrong.
'Right' can often be a matter of opinion, and that's where the issue is.

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post #38 of 68 Old 08-28-2014, 09:45 AM
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post #40 of 68 Old 08-28-2014, 10:32 AM
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Stubby + hoodline tube fenders work well for me.

If I had stock fenders, I'd want bumper protection like JeeperDon, etc
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This one is 50 inches. Made by a local shop, looks like a warn.
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I'm also partial to the type of bumper that slips over the front of the frame, rather than one that makes the nose longer. That way the approach angle isn't reduced. Many designs start with 2"x4" or larger steel stock all the way across which adds to the overall length of the frame.

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I am just rockin the stock bumper without the milk jugs and some OEM style tow hooks, did YJ's even come with milk jugs? Every TJ I see has milk jugs I have never seen a YJ with milk jugs?

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I'm also partial to the type of bumper that slips over the front of the frame, rather than one that makes the nose longer. That way the approach angle isn't reduced. Many designs start with 2"x4" or larger steel stock all the way across which adds to the overall length of the frame.
I agree (thus my current bumper), but I also bent a leaf spring my first trip out w/ the new bumper. I ended up hitting my shackle on things that the previous bumper would have hit instead before. I still think it's better, but something to consider.

Also, if weight is a concern, switching from my old bumper and winch plate to the current bumper with the winch plate integrated, I lost probably 30lbs.


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TJ bumpers will fit with some slight modding.
I have one. It needed slots for the shackles and a few holes drilled, but the frame rails are the same size and distance on a YJ and TJ.
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