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Expidition one Trail Series Rear Bumper with tire carrier

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Average Price: $1,200.00
Manufacturer: Expidition one
Recommended?
Yes: 4 / No: 0

Expedition One Trail Series rear Bumpers are designed using state of the art CAD programing. Trail Series bumpers are created with all the elements necessary for a quality bumper, and are designed to ensure off-road function without sacrificing design.

Four main areas were the focus of design with the trail series rear bumpers to keep function and utility to a maximum: departure, protection, recovery, and exclusively for the rear bumpers, an optional Smooth opperating Swingout Tire Carrier system. On top of that was a need to innovate and break from the norm to make bumpers that not only function but give personality and style to your vehicle. For this we focused on making smooth lines, and precise angles, to give our bumpers the look and feel you want (aesthetics). If you came to this site in search of plain, rectangular bumpers, you've come to the wrong place.

All Trail Series bumpers are designed knowing the needs of your vehicle. Trail Series bumpers are comprised of 3/16" steel for maximum low speed impact resistance and durability. Recovery receiver & shackles are a standard feature on all Expedition One rear Bumpers. Recovery eyelets are on the face of the bumper, up and out of the way of terrain, rather than underneath--taking away valuable departure and adding points for hangups. recovery points are tied directly to the frame mounts for maximum strength. Also, To maximize strength, the rear bumpers come with frame reinforcement brackets to increase rigidity.

Over a year of research and development was put into the creation of our swingout Tire carrier system. Our Designers worked extensively doing design research with longtime Offroad Fabricators and hardcore enthusiasts to develop the ultimate Swingout that combines strength, style, and functionality all in one to make the most innovative spare tire carrier the market has ever seen. The above picture shows a view of it in its open position. The hub assembly Uses tapered roller bearings to create a smooth swinging motion. outer diameter for the hub is a monster 3.25" and utilizes a spindle that carries a 1.75" I.D. for the lower bearings and is topped off by a sealed greasable outer hub. Our rear swingout accomidates up to a 1" body lift, and a carrying capicity for up to a 37" tall tire.

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HKguy
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HKguy's Reviews
01-11-2013, 09:30 PM
Price: $1,200.00
Pros: Heavy built, smooth and good powdercoat
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Very heavy built, good powdercoating, nice welds, no fitment issues, worth the money.


cabinrat

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cabinrat's Reviews

09-22-2008, 08:13 PM
Expidition one Trail Series Rear Bumper with tire carrier
Recommended? Yes

Comments: After an easy 2 hr installation, this looks like a great answer for mounting the new 37" BFG's and keeping the weight on the bumper/frame. The bearings used for the tire carrier result in a smooth opening system.
Instructions very incomplete but installation was pretty straight-forward.


VZEHLER

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VZEHLER's Reviews

03-27-2008, 11:10 AM
Expidition one Trail Series Rear Bumper with tire carrier
Pros: Nice looking and looks solid
Cons: They stopped production of them
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Im actually in the market for a rear bumper and tire carrier and thought this was the one... I called and they told me that production had been stopped on them due to lack of interest... They hoped to maybe start producing then again but weren't sure about when.


barry1me

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barry1me's Reviews

07-03-2007, 01:43 PM
Expidition one Trail Series Rear Bumper with tire carrier
Pros: best looking bumer made
Cons: not enough people know about this bumper
Recommended? Yes

Comments: IMO this is the best rear tire carrier bumper made. Best looking, best functioning, most well designed. I will try and give an update on how well this holds up offroad, but so far Im very impressed. install pics



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