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Old 08-19-2010, 06:00 AM   #162
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That bumper is sweet!!!!
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Old 10-22-2010, 04:02 AM   #164
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And with the stinger and headlight protection





This front bumper looks amazing!

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Repost but it's a little different now...





Which rear bumper is this and do you have anything to protect the lower quaters?

Thanks.
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Old 10-22-2010, 07:24 PM   #165
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I know I wasn't asked but I can help.

That's the Trail Rider 2.0 and the bumper sticks out a little farther than and below the quarter panel and thus provides protection to it that way. If you are looking for the utmost protection there then you should probably go with the high clearance one that wraps around. It's called the bushmaster 2.0

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Old 10-23-2010, 06:40 AM   #166
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I know I wasn't asked but I can help.

That's the Trail Rider 2.0 and the bumper sticks out a little farther than and below the quarter panel and thus provides protection to it that way. If you are looking for the utmost protection there then you should probably go with the high clearance one that wraps around. It's called the bushmaster 2.0

http://cbioffroadfab.com/v-web/galle...MG_2494?full=1
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Old 10-28-2010, 04:49 AM   #168
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This front bumper looks amazing!



Which rear bumper is this and do you have anything to protect the lower quaters?

Thanks.
The bumper in the above post shows our bushmaster bumper, there is cutting required with this one. but you gain a ton of clearance.

Thanks Matt for posting the pic!
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Old 10-28-2010, 05:03 AM   #169
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I like this rear one...........
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Old 10-28-2010, 08:02 PM   #170
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Is there a high clearance hitch for any of the bumpers?
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Old 10-28-2010, 08:05 PM   #171
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Old 10-28-2010, 08:22 PM   #172
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Is there a high clearance hitch for any of the bumpers?
i've got one on my truck. it's integrated behind the license plate. the plate is on a hinge that flips up
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Old 10-31-2010, 10:51 AM   #174
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i've got one on my truck. it's integrated behind the license plate. the plate is on a hinge that flips up
Got a picture of the underside where it attaches to the frame?
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Old 11-01-2010, 04:14 AM   #175
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Got a picture of the underside where it attaches to the frame?
Here is a pic of the back side. sorry it is blurry, but I think you can still see that the rec. hitch is attached to the bumper as well as the 2x2x.250 tube that spans the whole bumper and ties into the mounting directly at the frame as well as the plate in the middle, the mounts bolt into all 5 mounting holes on the frame on each side.
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Can it be changed to hide the hitch in the bumper behind/through the plate?
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Old 11-06-2010, 12:14 PM   #177
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I love the look of that CBI front bumper... If I opt to change out my ARB for this, there would only be a few changes to it.
1 - The wings would only be as wide as the fender, not the flares.
2 - The brush bar would be more like the photo below.


3 - The brush bar would have the same OD as my ARB and penetrate through the top plate and be anchored both on the underside and top side.
4 - The factory skid plate anchor locations (for my BuddBuilt) would have to be the same.
5 - Access hole (top or front) for a winch.
6 - Two mount holes for my Lightforce 175 lights.

that's about it...
Did I mention I really digging that front bumper.
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Can it be changed to hide the hitch in the bumper behind/through the plate?
Yes we can do it either way
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Old 11-07-2010, 04:34 AM   #179
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I love the look of that CBI front bumper... If I opt to change out my ARB for this, there would only be a few changes to it.
1 - The wings would only be as wide as the fender, not the flares.
2 - The brush bar would be more like the photo below.


3 - The brush bar would have the same OD as my ARB and penetrate through the top plate and be anchored both on the underside and top side.
4 - The factory skid plate anchor locations (for my BuddBuilt) would have to be the same.
5 - Access hole (top or front) for a winch.
6 - Two mount holes for my Lightforce 175 lights.

that's about it...
Did I mention I really digging that front bumper.
Hey Nathan, good to see you on here. Let me know when you're ready for a front bumper!
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A couple questions for you:

Is your lead time still 12 weeks?

Will your front bumper mounting need to be modified to work with a supercharged truck (TRD Supercharger), will the intercooler be in the way?

Will the bumper work with an AP front skid?

Could you do some good old fashioned primer and rustoleum paint instead of powder coat (easier to fix and touch up)?

Can we pick up and do install at your shop (good excuse to road trip from Tucson)?

Can you PM me with a price on the following:
Front bumper W/ center stinger, no light buckets, red shackles, no body lift.
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Bushmaster 2.0 rear bumper W/ swing away tire carrier, single jerry can carrier, high lift mouth, receiver hitch behind license plate, no body lift, no light buckets.

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