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Old 10-15-2010, 07:34 PM   #1
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weight of aftermarket bumpers vs. stock

My tacoma has had some weight gain recently with Line-x and headache rack so I was wondering if I could offset that gain a bit. Are any aftermarket bumpers lighter that stock?
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Old 10-15-2010, 07:39 PM   #2
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ARB about 175lbs

Shrockworks about 140lbs

Allpro about 110

Aluminess about 60lbs, which is what I have.

All great bumpers, but they are heavier than stock. Unless you are looking for a "prerunner" style bumper.
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Thanks. Good to know.
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Old 10-15-2010, 07:59 PM   #4
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My front bumper only weighed 25 pounds. I don't think you will find anything lighter then that.
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My front bumper only weighed 25 pounds. I don't think you will find anything lighter then that.
The stock bumper right? Not the Smitty
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The stock bumper right? Not the Smitty
the front bumper doesn't have much to it. a 6'x4"x1/8 sheet of metal and some plastic.
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You're not gonna get a lighter bumper than the tinfoil stock one... You'd be better off beefing up the suspension
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With a winch...

When I installed mine without a winch (twice) I could just pick it up off the ground myself no problem.
I mean the 2nd gen ones. I didn't realize i was posting in the first gen.

Here is part of the Email straight from ARB USA.

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The 2010 Toyota Tacoma bumpers weight is 175lbs. In the links below are the specs for the 9.5xp Warn Winch and ARB parts applications for the Tacoma.
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With a winch...

When I installed mine without a winch (twice) I could just pick it up off the ground myself no problem.
Also a winch weights about 80lbs...no way the ARB is less than 100 lbs.

Those numbers I posted are straight from the companies. Again when I was looking for my 2nd gen. I think 1st gen would not be that far off.
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Also a winch weights about 80lbs...no way the ARB is less than 100 lbs.

Those numbers I posted are straight from the companies. Again when I was looking for my 2nd gen. I think 1st gen would not be that far off.
This link says the "empty" ARB weighs 78 lbs:
http://www.expeditionswest.com/equip...rb_bumper.html
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Just mounted a Relentless Fab plate bumper. With winch (synthetic rope) the total weight was 164 lbs. The toal weight of all the stock pieces removed was 32 lbs. Net gain was 132 lbs.

You can add about 20 lbs to that total if a steel winch cable is used.

Man I love this bumper..
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Just mounted a Relentless Fab plate bumper. With winch (synthetic rope) the total weight was 164 lbs. The toal weight of all the stock pieces removed was 32 lbs. Net gain was 132 lbs.

You can add about 20 lbs to that total if a steel winch cable is used.

Thanks for the info. That bumper looks great. So great in fact that now I'm trying to rationalize a 132lb weight gain.
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Originally Posted by STLharry View Post
This link says the "empty" ARB weighs 78 lbs:
http://www.expeditionswest.com/equip...rb_bumper.html
Shhh... Everyone thought you were just super buff before you said that...
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