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Thread: Rubicon 10th Anniversary front bumper

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    Rubicon 10th Anniversary front bumper

    I am going to change out my stock Euro front bumper on my 2016 JKU and am considering the 10th Anniversary Rubicon bumper. Anyone got any opinions good or bad, experience with this bumper before I lay out the cash. Thanks in advance.

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    For the price Id buy a nicer stubby bumper from EVO or LoD.
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    I had front and rear on my hard rock first thing I did was take them off there nice for stock but I wouldn't dish out that kind of cash for those much better option for that price.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    For the price Id buy a nicer stubby bumper from EVO or LoD.
    I have an LoD and love it.

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    I would buy EVO or another aftermarket brand for that price.

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    If that's look your after go for it. They're not cheap and they're not as heavy duty as some off the aftermarket options but They are a lot stronger than they look and give that finished OEM look


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd.gunman View Post
    If that's look your after go for it. They're not cheap and they're not as heavy duty as some off the aftermarket options but They are a lot stronger than they look and give that finished OEM look


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    Yup


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    I have one on my Rubicon, with a winch in it. i think they look awesome in a lot of different setups, and work very well. However, as everyone else says, i don't think i would ever put out that much money for one if mine didn't come with it. Unless i could a really good deal on a used one. The EVO and LOD bumpers look just as good, and are much beefier.

    Maybe I'm just rough on mine, but i have had anchor nuts fall off where the wings bolt on, dented and scratched the plastic bumpers that stick out in front of it, and other annoying things like that. Anyways, i hope that helps.

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    If you want a nice factory look & you have the cash to spend go with AEV. Probably not as heavy duty as some other options, but they look nice.


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    Thank you for your thoughts - the deal that I am being offered is a new take off for 400 bucks. I like the look and will want to add a winch in the future.

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