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: $200.00 Pros: Bolts right up Cons: does not tie into frame Recommended? Yes
Comments: Took longer than advertised to receive bumper from E bay. No instructions on which end goes up, because it matters as the lift gate will not close all the way if reversed. Will be towing my boat 1300 miles to AZ so I will update on performance after.
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 .