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post #31 of 48 Old 03-06-2007, 08:11 PM
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your all idiots....


Here is my fav bumper so far..


LOD Bumper

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post #32 of 48 Old 03-06-2007, 09:07 PM
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your all idiots....
Here is my fav bumper so far.
LOD Bumper
Yeah, I've seen that one. Looks real nice. But with no protective hoop, it's not really what I am looking for. I also don't like the fact that it is short relative to the width of the vehicle. Doesn't meet my needs. but it is a sharp looking bumper.
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post #33 of 48 Old 03-07-2007, 10:43 AM
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your all idiots....
My all idiots? What the F does that mean?
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My all idiots? What the F does that mean?
Looks pretty clear to me.


It would appear that is is a playful poke at our bickering about what is and what is not factory.

Take a pill, drink a beer, or do whatever it is you need to do to take yourself a bit less seriously and laugh at yourself once in a while - and if your comment is referring to his obvious typo, then doubly so.
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Here is my fav bumper so far..


LOD Bumper
You're*** Any idiot should know that....
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Yeah, that is the bumper *I* want and I plan to buy it too - unless someone comes out with something better before I scrape up the money to buy the AEV bumper (which is doubtful I think). It just looks so GOOD. The big dilemma for me is to I pay a lot of extra money to have it painted silver like they show on their site, or do I leave it back? The silver looks really really nice to me - but I'm a cheap bastard and don't want to spend $400 or something just to have a bumper painted.

In the meantime, while a couple of other people argue symmantics (again...sigh) about whether or not the Mopar bumper is a "factory" bumper, the original poster, who asked:got USEFUL info, which includes write-up of install info, as well as pricing an order information.
i think this is it

http://www.quadratec.com/products/pr....10%2C12211.00

sorry about the long link, but thats it, my dealership even showed me a jeep they were installing the like ( no winch mount) bumper on so i got the touch it )


Hope that helps

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i think this is it

http://www.quadratec.com/products/pr....10%2C12211.00

sorry about the long link, but thats it, my dealership even showed me a jeep they were installing the like ( no winch mount) bumper on so i got the touch it )


Hope that helps

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It's a nice looking bumper. If it only had cutouts for the factor fog lights, I would seriously consider getting it (I already have the matching rear bumper).
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What size shackles are these bumpers using?

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Yeah, I don't like that one at all. I'm thinking, "where is the rest of it?" It also doesn't provide much in the way of moose protection for my plastic grill, let alone accept the factory fog lights. (:

I will be getting the AEV I hope.
Sorry to say, but I would not buy this new Warn winch. Would rather have a separate highspeed air pump. Anyway, what's Warn is going to put on the winch next? Bread toaster? So long as they make it a 4-bread toaster.

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Sorry to say, but I would not buy this new Warn winch. Would rather have a separate highspeed air pump. Anyway, what's Warn is going to put on the winch next? Bread toaster? So long as they make it a 4-bread toaster.
Yeah, I was hot for that winch too until I saw the price. That got me to think about it a little more. For the same price or less, you can get a separate device that gives more overall flexibility. I think the Warn Powerforce is a neat gadget, but like most gadgets, is long on price and short on real added value.

I got the Warn 9500ti instead. (:
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Are there any winch mounting options that don't require replacing your bumper?
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Are there any winch mounting options that don't require replacing your bumper?
Maybe....but why wouldn't you want to replace the bumper? The stock ones are such plastic pieces of crap.
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Yeah, that's true.
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Yeah, I was hot for that winch too until I saw the price. That got me to think about it a little more. For the same price or less, you can get a separate device that gives more overall flexibility. I think the Warn Powerforce is a neat gadget, but like most gadgets, is long on price and short on real added value.

I got the Warn 9500ti instead. (:
X2. Good decision on the 9.5Ti -- was my first choice, but settled on a SuperWinch EPi 9.0 and a 11,000# Pull-Pal (for the same money).

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