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Let me see your rear (or front) bumper. I am about to have one fabricated and still considering designs. I would like to see some close ups of how it bolts on and looks like from the side. I am interested in the jeeperman rear bumper and I also like their rockers and front bumper. Thanks in advance. Brian
 

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I would but then I'd have to kill you.... LOL J\K I'll up one here inna lil bit. it's one of my own creations.
 

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was never a fan of tire carriers....however they do work!

had a LED that needed to be installed on the Rubi

:moon:
 

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Younger Bros ME-14 Rear bumper system

From the rear


From the side


Opened looking from the inside
 

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Not to high-jack the thread but, what rims are those tigger?? What size?? Thanx and sorry!!!!
Chaz
 

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Here's the Durango4x4 bumper and tire carrier:



Jerry
 

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NoLight said:
Not to high-jack the thread but, what rims are those tigger?? What size?? Thanx and sorry!!!!
Chaz
They are MB Motoring MB42s. (Rebadged Ultras for Discount Tire)
They are 15x7
 

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Thanks for all the replys. I really like the jeeperman and durango bumpers. I have also seen some awesome home fabbed bumpers (some of those being my favorites. I will be designing mine similar to the jeeperman only slightly different, I will have corner guards. May be a few weeks but I'll post pics when I'm done.
 

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Younger bros does not seem to carry the ME14 on their web site and they did not respond to emails. I liked it due to the modularity and the high mounted chain mounts. I opted for a Runck.
 

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triver525 said:
Here is my favourite rear bumper. I love the corner protection. I also like the fact that you can swing out the tire on either side (I think).

http://runck.com/cc.htm
Looks real cool except that it doesn't have a hitch receiver for a shackle tow point.

EDIT: never mind - found it - it's a removable receiver.
 

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I also really like the Canyon City 4x4 tire carrier (sorry, I can't find a website). It is sorta similar to the OEM tire carrier except it has some backing brackets that you mount on the inside of the tub to reinforce everythign.

Check out Stu Olsen's site:

http://www.stu-offroad.com
 
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