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Unread 03-03-2012, 03:43 PM   #16
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i have crusaders front and rear basic bumpers.. had a couple good tugs from my back but not my front as i dont have the tie ins and didnt wanna take a chance. as long as you get the tie ins you should be good.. On a side note did Jcr prices go up? Was on the website and noticed there prices werent the same, whats with that? I had planned on buying one of the winch bumpers from them but since the prices have gone up i might have to go somewhere else
Yah i don't want to be a pain in the ***, but i noticed they now do that clever thing places do when they want to show what kind of great deal you're getting.
Example : List price (MSRP) - xxx

So, you guys ARE the manufacturer. Sorry, just seems kind of redundant.

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Unread 03-04-2012, 03:42 PM   #17
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Yah i don't want to be a pain in the ***, but i noticed they now do that clever thing places do when they want to show what kind of great deal you're getting.
Example : List price (MSRP) - xxx

So, you guys ARE the manufacturer. Sorry, just seems kind of redundant.
Actually the reason we went to this pricing was because we started to set up shops as dealers of our product.

We are still the best pricing for the best quality. You find a comparable product (ie not built from boxed tube) and we will have better options, better pricing, better lead times and a better design.
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Unread 03-04-2012, 05:17 PM   #18
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We have now been making Jeep XJ bumpers for 9 years now. We have always used the same rear bumper tie-in's. We have not had a single failure of our rear bumper and tie-in setup.

One word of caution, with the DIY line, the weak point is honestly the person's skills putting it together.
Good to know. And I agree with the skill of the person putting it together. I really like the idea of the DIY, Im learning more about metalwork as it goes along.
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Unread 03-08-2012, 08:21 PM   #19
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Just wanted to chime in on the rear bumper d-ring issues. I just got my rear bumper in today, and have it welded waiting for first grinding. No issues, the d-rings fit perfect just like they did on the front DIY. everything is SUPER beefy. I pity the person who rear-ends me again.
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Unread 03-08-2012, 08:27 PM   #20
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i drug about half a mile of cable trying to get my rig up a hill last year in the snow just to get it turned around. bruned out the winch and broke the case. 0 issues with the JCR bumper bolts or tie ins. A friend of mine runs the older model of their rear tire carrier bumper and have never had an issue pulling from any of the 3 points. I've had two issues with JCR products both were taken care of in less then a week between shipping and such.
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Unread 03-10-2012, 07:01 PM   #21
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We build our product to be yanked on, winched on and handle the riggers of offroad use. You won't find a better product for a better price. We also offer a lifetime warranty on our products, find that with other companies!
This is good information indeed. When the $ allows, I will be jumping on FR/RR bumpers from you guys.
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Unread 05-03-2012, 05:12 AM   #22
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We build our product to be yanked on, winched on and handle the riggers of offroad use. You won't find a better product for a better price. We also offer a lifetime warranty on our products, find that with other companies!
Love yalls new TJ line( loved my old XJ bumpers and stage 2 sliders too), spose to be meeting the guy at my work this am to pickup my old bumpers and as soon as I deposit the cash in the bank ill be giving y'all a call, front stubby winch bumper with drings and rear bumper with drings and hitch and frame tie ins, have them ready to ship lol, my superwinch will be here tomorrow
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Unread 05-03-2012, 02:13 PM   #23
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If JCR's bumpers are built anything like their Gas tank Skid I just installed on my XJ it'll be damn near bombproof !


I was in the market for a winch bumper but went with Rigid Fabrication due to no shipping since I am local an they were $80 less. Otherwise I would have ordered threw JCR
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