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Thread: JCR vs Crawler Conceptz Body Mounted Tire Carrier

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    JCR vs Crawler Conceptz Body Mounted Tire Carrier

    Just like the title suggests. I am curious to know who has either, or fell into the same predicament that I'm in, I don't want to pay over a Grand for a tire carrier. They have a similar design, but there is a price difference of $100. So if anyone has some insight or suggestions, it would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Following! As, I too, would like to know. I'm going to be installing a crawler conceptz front bumper in the near future so I think I'm leaning towards the same for the rear of my Jeep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh_ham View Post
    Following! As, I too, would like to know. I'm going to be installing a crawler conceptz front bumper in the near future so I think I'm leaning towards the same for the rear of my Jeep.
    I like the crawler conceptz one, a friend of mine has it. I'd want to get their bumper to "protect" the tire on ledges, but that's up in the air.

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    I have CC body mount. It's getting powdercoated right now. I will have a review of it soon but I love the looks and quality of it so far. A lot of time and labor put into it for sure. Welds and corners are really amazing. I don't think you can go wrong with the CC one. Just my opinion. But I will update once I get it back and fully installed. And I also ended up getting the CC rear armor with flare delete. So she should have a nice looking rear end very soon!
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    I am also very interested in this. It seems that the JCR carrier is very new and I have not been able to find any reviews yet.

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    Any pictures of this JCR carrier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by olram30 View Post
    Any pictures of this JCR carrier?
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    Very similar design in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olram30 View Post
    Any pictures of this JCR carrier?
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    Quote Originally Posted by COLOJK View Post
    ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1464795823.021445.jpg

    Very similar design in my opinion.
    Quote Originally Posted by JKU EXTREME View Post
    Cool, hadn't seen it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COLOJK View Post

    Very similar design in my opinion.
    I agree it looks fairly similar.

    Anyone know when they released it?

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