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BEEFY_CHEESY_TACO 02-08-2013 03:03 PM

FEELER: Relentless Front Plate Bumper (UTAH)
Hey all!

Thinking about selling my Relentless aluminum plate bumper in order to get something a little different.

This is an awesome bumper and is super light, right around 60lbs bare if I remember right, add a few pounds worth of paint and you can still carry it with one hand.

There is nothing wrong with this bumper, never wrecked, dented etc. I've made one small modification to it by drilling a third hole for another off road light. Its finished with rustolium brand rattle can bed liner along with a primer coat underneath. Has a few rock chips out of it but thats why I chose an easy finish to touch up.

Lights and D-rings will not be included, however; I will be willing to replace all the mounting hardware, no one wants used lock washers "securing" their vehicle parts....

I'm looking to get $800(negotiations may be worked out depending...) local pick up only. Eric sells them with the center hoop and fog light cut outs for right around $1k, plus being local you will save a bit on shipping. I will be able to meet within a couple hours drive as well.

Also I'm only doing this as a "FEELER" for right now since I am currently deployed an still have about 2 months before I will be home. If you have true interest in this shoot me a PM and we can work something out for when I get back state side!

This is the only decent picture I have of it right now, dirty from the snow and dirt, but cleans up well.


BEEFY_CHEESY_TACO 02-09-2013 09:41 AM

bumpity bump bump!

markm2442 02-09-2013 01:34 PM

Pm sent.

Bengland25 02-09-2013 02:51 PM

How's the strength on these things being aluminum??

BEEFY_CHEESY_TACO 02-09-2013 03:33 PM


Originally Posted by Bengland25 (Post 6413143)
How's the strength on these things being aluminum??

It's very sturdy, for the aluminum Eric added a few extra gussets to help. Obviously not as strong as the steel version but i feel the weight difference is worth it for the moderate off roader, added protection but keeping it light as well. I believe he said that he did test the recovery points with no problems.

All pm's replied to. Currently have 3 interested, but who knows what might happen, so let me know and ill add you to the list, ill keep them in the order I get them.

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