Constructed of 11 ga 3" square tubing. Can also add tire carrier, d-rings, receiver tube, high lift jack mount, CB antenna mount, spare fuel tank mount, and over-tire basket. Can be painted or powder coated.
Price: $40.00 Pros: got it for next to nothing.(case of beer) looks great. it does what its suppose to. Cons: absolutely none. Recommended? Yes
Comments: ripped my rear bush guard off doing some off roading. my buddy offered to build me a rear bumper out of real steel. he triple welded all the welds. put two clevis hooks on, and angled the bumper on both ends. pulled a few lads out already and totally stoked to have good friends who are willing to help a brother out. so be nice to the welder in your life. p.s beer will get you just about anything done! happy trails.
Price: $250.00 Pros: easy to install Cons: bolt threads are week. Recommended? Yes
Comments: i got the smittybuilt rear bumper with tire carrier for 250. for the money it was worth it. i didnt want to spend 5 or 600 for a bumper so this was it for me. the only thing i didnt like about it was the top mounting bolt threads were weak and stripped out. they used fine threads instead of course threads.
Comments: Made my own front and rear bumper out of 2x4 steel tubing. added 2 inch receivers front and rear, as well as 2 shackles on each bumper. soon to add a swing out tire carrier. price paid is for total supply cost.
Comments: I built a really sweet rear bumper withswing out tire rack a few weeks ago , still needs to be taken off and painted . I used alot of the design notes found in the fabrication section here on the forums . So far I really like it .