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Old 06-08-2014, 12:15 PM   #261
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Hey guys, I'm lookin for a stock chrome rear bumper for my 03. Do you know of a good online company that I can get a good deal from?
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I have one that's painted black, not sure how set you are on having a chrome one but its yours if you want it! Your only a state above

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Yup. Just stating that the 1st gen TG bumper hitch is not rated. I will either be getting one from 01tacoma or 4xinnovations. I haven't decided yet, but I'm not quite ready to buy one.
I cant rate my hitch due to cost in doing so but I don't believe its going anywhere.. If TG can rate theirs and its only attached to the bottom tube and a support tube to the frame plates, mine is the same plus some so id imagine it could be rated similar..





Granted this is the towing upgrade version with a 12" receiver that's braced all the way through out and added bolt holes along the bottom of the frame where a typical hitch would bolt up as well as the two holes along the side of the frame. The standard receiver option will still have everything but the two 45's at the end with gussets and extra frame bolts.
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Does anyone run an All Pro rear bumper with stock tow hitch? Wondering if there would be a gap between them. Not ordering their hitch would save a lot of money since I already have one. Thanks!
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Old 06-11-2014, 05:47 PM   #263
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Does anyone run an All Pro rear bumper with stock tow hitch? Wondering if there would be a gap between them. Not ordering their hitch would save a lot of money since I already have one. Thanks!
I would just sell it and re coupe some money personally, the whole point of an offroad bumper in my opinion is to ditch the low hanging hitch and move it up into the bumper for offroad purposes and departure angle.. One thing that turned me away from the allpro bumper and I started making my own, I don't like the fact that you have to buy their hitch and at the $200 price tag on top of the bumper and it still hangs down. defeats the purpose imo.

If I had to guess id say the AP bumper from top to bottom is around 6-7" in total height so see what the stock bumper is and you should be able to guesstimate the gap between the two.. My bumpers are just below the body line to keep them up as high as possible, probably around 5" total height, I really don't remember since selling all the ones I had
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See I thought leaving the hitch on there I have would be good because I don't care if if scrapes rocks, I would be a little butt heart to scrape up a nice new one
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I called All-Pro a few weeks ago and, if I remember correctly, they said most non-AllPro hitches won't work with their bumper
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I called All-Pro a few weeks ago and, if I remember correctly, they said most non-AllPro hitches won't work with their bumper
Ugh, that's annoying. Like how you can't use stock skids with their front bumpers also. Next design I like would be the CBI Outback, but that's around $300 more than the All Pro...
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Old 06-11-2014, 06:41 PM   #267
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I'll custom build stuff... Shoot me a PM with some designs and I'll work with you on it
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I'll custom build stuff... Shoot me a PM with some designs and I'll work with you on it
If you could take a trail gear tube bumper but make the hitch load bearing, I'd buy one.
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Old 06-11-2014, 06:50 PM   #269
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If you could take a trail gear tube bumper but make the hitch load bearing, I'd buy one.


I've added a swingout to a TG bumper so anything is possible, id prefer building my own bumper into what you'd want but it doesn't really matter to me.. Anymore details?
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I called All-Pro a few weeks ago and, if I remember correctly, they said most non-AllPro hitches won't work with their bumper
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Ugh, that's annoying. Like how you can't use stock skids with their front bumpers also. Next design I like would be the CBI Outback, but that's around $300 more than the All Pro...
That's one of my only complaints about the AllPro bumpers. They make it so you basically have to use more of their products. In the business world its a pretty smart move but sucks for us consumers.
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I've added a swingout to a TG bumper so anything is possible, id prefer building my own bumper into what you'd want but it doesn't really matter to me.. Anymore details?
Don't take it as criticizing, your work is great. I'm thinking more along the lines of price point.
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Old 06-11-2014, 07:08 PM   #272
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Don't take it as criticizing, your work is great. I'm thinking more along the lines of price point.


I can compete...

My old bumper prices will drop, I've moved onto no longer using hrew and only use DOM but can still keep my prices fairly low
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That's one of my only complaints about the AllPro bumpers. They make it so you basically have to use more of their products. In the business world its a pretty smart move but sucks for us consumers.
Apple does the same thing

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I'll custom build stuff... Shoot me a PM with some designs and I'll work with you on it
I just started my summer job so it'll be a while before I have the money for a bumper. I'm just starting to see what my options are. If you could do something along the design of the CBI for near the price of an all pro, I'll seriously consider it. Not for a while though.... I currently have $0 saved for it

Edit: I just noticed you're in SC. Now I'm afraid the shipping will be a SOB
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I just started my summer job so it'll be a while before I have the money for a bumper. I'm just starting to see what my options are. If you could do something along the design of the CBI for near the price of an all pro, I'll seriously consider it. Not for a while though.... I currently have $0 saved for it

Edit: I just noticed you're in SC. Now I'm afraid the shipping will be a SOB
Yea shipping would be semi an issue, id expect $150 or so but it may be cheaper.. Sliders to WI were $97 but the bumper weighs less than a set of sliders, the dimensions are just a little different obviously.. Ill have to input them into the calc to figure it up.. shoot me a zip code and ill get a estimate.. and which CBI bumper were you considering? & for the price of TG rear tube bumper? Ill look into it and see what I can do
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How much does this weigh?
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How much does this weigh?


89.4# with the tag mount so id say 88 or so believe it or not. I'll find the pic for you if you'd like, its in my thread somewhere iirc

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I installed my new rear bumper today. It looks good, better than my old dented, rusted one. Thanks for the eBay suggestion. I was nervous about what I would receive but it seems to be as good as stock and cost $450 less than from Toyota.
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havent done up the grill with the horns yet but i love this bumper. BRUTE FORCE HYBRID by billy. he does great work. lady slid down an icy hill into me with an audi suv, bout 10 miles per hour. all i had to do was wipe her paint off my bumper. destroyed hers
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havent done up the grill with the horns yet but i love this bumper. BRUTE FORCE HYBRID by billy. he does great work. lady slid down an icy hill into me with an audi suv, bout 10 miles per hour. all i had to do was wipe her paint off my bumper. destroyed hers
Looks good. And it's also good that it actually works!
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