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stroM- 06-07-2011 08:43 AM

All-Pro's 2005+ Tacoma Rear Bumpers - New Low Price!
 
All-Pro's 2005+ Tacoma Rear Bumpers

New Low Price of $499!

https://www.allprooffroad.com/images...mper05-600.jpg

Key Features
- High Clearance design with improved departure angles
- Optional side protection
- Optional high clearance receiver hitch
- Completely Bolt-On
- 2 integrated recovery points
- Made in the USA


https://www.allprooffroad.com/images...madeinusa2.png


Quote:

Get the clearance and strength you need along with some added style! All-Pro's 05+ Tacoma Rear Bumper not only looks great, it'll give you peace of mind next time you're out on the trail! The flimsy factory bumper hangs down and gets bent up easily, often causing additional damage to the body and taillights. The All-Pro rear bumper is designed to be high clearance, giving you a much better departure angle. Plus, this bumper has two integrated shackle mounts that can be used for recovery or as a Hi-Lift jacking point.

All-Pro Off Road's 2005+ Tacoma Steel Plate Rear Bumper is made out of 10 gauge cold-rolled steel plate for the outer structure, and has 3/8" thick steel plate mounting brackets with integrated shackle mounts plus a sturdy 1/4" thick reinforcement backing plate. This bumper includes license plate lights and ships unpainted.

https://www.allprooffroad.com/images...rack/rear1.jpg


Pricing & Ordering
05+ Tacoma High Clearance Rear Bumper - $499/ea. - New Low Price!
Wrap-Around Side Pieces - $249/set
05+ Tacoma Receiver Hitch - $149/ea.
D-Ring Shackle - $13.50/ea.


Call us to order yours today!
951 658 7077 - www.allprooffroad.com

Zac808 06-07-2011 09:19 AM

What's the receiver hitch rated at?

stroM- 06-07-2011 09:24 AM

We don't have the means to go through all the testing to get the hitch rated, but you can be rest assured that your ring and pinion is going to break before the hitch fails you. :thumbsup:

Here is some more information on the hitch:
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Our hitch is fabricated from gusseted heavy duty materials including 2.5"x.250 wall and is made to tuck up inside the All-Pro bumper for virtually no loss of ground clearance and departure angle. When not in use the hitch is cleverly hidden behind the license plate. Simple remove the plate, or have it mounted onto a receiver hitch or flip up license plate mount, for easy access to the hitch.

NYCO 06-07-2011 09:26 AM

if the bumper i wanted wasn't $924 before taxes and shipping i'd be all over it...

hitch and side protection are a must for me but don't have a grand to drop on a bumper yet

absolutely love these bumpers tho!

TheHansen 06-07-2011 09:35 AM

i got mine with the group but a couple months back and love it. Its a lot more sturdy than i thought. (after reading the way people talk about it on here)

my only issue is the bumper is tipped just slightly too high towards the front of the truck so it doesn't line up with the body lines, and the side plates just barely touch the bottom of my flares.

I know i can just ream the holes a little to the side but ive been lazy.

Andrew H 06-07-2011 09:39 AM

one day i will buy a set of bumpers from you guys.

i know you guys catch crap on here every now and then, but your customer service you've shown others has always been top notch.

so when my truck is paid off you can guarantee ill hit you guys up.

stroM- 06-07-2011 09:46 AM

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Originally Posted by TheHansen (Post 3275993)
i got mine with the group but a couple months back and love it. Its a lot more sturdy than i thought. (after reading the way people talk about it on here)

my only issue is the bumper is tipped just slightly too high towards the front of the truck so it doesn't line up with the body lines, and the side plates just barely touch the bottom of my flares.

I know i can just ream the holes a little to the side but ive been lazy.

Actually all you need to do to fix this is loosen all the bolts on the rear bumper and pull up on the shackle points on the back to level it out and tighten everything down! If you need more explanation feel free to call me and I can explain over the phone. :)


Quote:

Originally Posted by Andrew H (Post 3276018)
one day i will buy a set of bumpers from you guys.

i know you guys catch crap on here every now and then, but your customer service you've shown others has always been top notch.

so when my truck is paid off you can guarantee ill hit you guys up.

Thanks for the kind words! We look forward to helping you with your purchase!

MJonAgs32 06-07-2011 09:49 AM

WOW this is very tempting. My #1 concern with any aftermarket bumper is the towing capacity. Very interested to see how this would pull my trailer.

Jason, any pics of the hitch being used? Also anymore pics of how the hitch is on there?

Hunter500ky 06-07-2011 09:56 AM

Shpping price to 42701? Also concerened about the hauling issue but I might be a guennia pig....

mjohn617 06-07-2011 10:08 AM

I just saw this today, I really like the All Pro look. I have been debating over ARB or All Pro, I can't make up my mind!

stroM- 06-07-2011 10:32 AM

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Originally Posted by MJonAgs32 (Post 3276055)
WOW this is very tempting. My #1 concern with any aftermarket bumper is the towing capacity. Very interested to see how this would pull my trailer.

Jason, any pics of the hitch being used? Also anymore pics of how the hitch is on there?

http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b9...D550/ry%3D400/

:D

I also towed a large uhaul across california with no problems at all (maybe 4,000 lbs)

NYCO 06-07-2011 10:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stroM- (Post 3276267)
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b9...D550/ry%3D400/

:D

I also towed a large uhaul across california with no problems at all (maybe 4,000 lbs)

good enough proof for me!

Seabass 06-07-2011 10:45 AM

I love my AP bumpers! My rear bumper was put on at the body shop when they were fixing the rest of the rear end damage, and they installed it perfectly straight. Very happy with it so far!

stroM- 06-07-2011 11:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hunter500ky (Post 3276090)
Shpping price to 42701? Also concerened about the hauling issue but I might be a guennia pig....

$138.92 for the rear bumper w/hitch.

If you add the sides in there it will be $176.05

MJonAgs32 06-07-2011 11:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stroM- (Post 3276267)
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b9...D550/ry%3D400/

:D

I also towed a large uhaul across california with no problems at all (maybe 4,000 lbs)

nice!! How long is this price going for? I'm heading to SD in August and I might just have to stop by Hemet on the way up :D

stroM- 06-07-2011 11:36 AM

Its our new standard price for the rear bumper! :D

Please feel free to stop by when your in the area!

TheHansen 06-07-2011 06:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stroM- (Post 3276040)
Actually all you need to do to fix this is loosen all the bolts on the rear bumper and pull up on the shackle points on the back to level it out and tighten everything down! If you need more explanation feel free to call me and I can explain over the phone. :)

Didn't really think this would help because it was a very tight fit to get the bolt holes to line up at all. I'll git if a shot next time I'm with my friend who has a high lift. Thanks for the tip.

TheHansen 06-10-2011 06:14 AM

I can honestly say i feel like an idiot for not trying to simply pull on it to realign. (when it was initially put on we tried this and i swear it didn't want to budge).

It lines up with the body lines now so I'm happy.

stroM- 06-10-2011 09:40 AM

^ Good to hear! :D

KenLyns 06-16-2011 09:55 PM

Jason,

Do the license plate lights come with connectors for plug-n-play into the factory bumper wiring? Or is splicing required?

Do you also have a photo of how the side pieces attach to the frame?


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