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    Knows a Thing or Two MericaMade's Avatar
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    FS: Genright front and rear bumpers.

    Both bumpers are about 5 months old in great condition sprayed with black rattle can.

    Front is the Steel JK low profile with recessed winch tray. All Hardware, parts, instructions, and vacuum pump relocation bracket are included. A very minor modification is needed to a front lower crossmember to slide the bumper on.

    Rear is the JK rear steel bumper. All parts, hardware, and instructions included as well.

    Feelers. ...Also might be selling my Genright cage tire carrier as well.

    SoCal Riverside area local pickup.

    I paid 999.99 plus tax for each. Selling for 700.00 each local pick up.
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    Why the switch? What are you putting on instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    Why the switch? What are you putting on instead.
    When I first started building my Jeep I fell in love with the Evo quarter pounder and cage tire carrier but being that it was a new Jeep I didn't want to cut or drill holes.

    Genright fit that bill with the least amount of holes plus they make a really good looking and stout bumper and tire carrier setup.

    Once I sell all the above I will pull the trigger on some more Evo stuff.

    For some reason I cant upload a picture of rear bumper.
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    For some reason I can't add this photo to first post so here is the rear bumper.20190425_190631.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    For some reason I can't add this photo to first post so here is the rear bumper.20190425_190631.jpg

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    Any chance you could snap a pic of the back of the rear bumper? I'm curious if there is enough room to mount some flush mount, rigid style cubes. If there is, I might be interested in the rear only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Any chance you could snap a pic of the back of the rear bumper? I'm curious if there is enough room to mount some flush mount, rigid style cubes. If there is, I might be interested in the rear only.
    Yeah no problem give me a few I'll mock it up and take a picture so you could see the gap between the bumper and the frame and get you a shot of the backside.

    It's hard to see in the picture and I'll take a better shot but there's actually like inch and 1/2 holes drilled into the rear bumper to put some lights in there from genright just FYI.

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    So when mounted you have about 1 1/8 of a inch between the back of the bumper and rear frame. The tape measure is sitting up against the rear cross frame rail.

    You can see in the one picture that the bolts that mount the hitch are touching the back of the bumper.

    One of the things that really sold me on this bumper was that the d-ring shackles are attached to the frame separately from the bumper.

    Hope this helps let me know if you need anything else.20190426_132351.jpg20190426_132357.jpg20190426_132649.jpg20190426_132818.jpg

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    Will meet up if needed to save some drive time for anyone local.

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    As as package I would be willing to sell the tire carrier as well. It includes the added stop lock to lock out the carrier if you chooses and the 3rd brake light and licence place light bracket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    So when mounted you have about 1 1/8 of a inch between the back of the bumper and rear frame. The tape measure is sitting up against the rear cross frame rail.

    You can see in the one picture that the bolts that mount the hitch are touching the back of the bumper.

    One of the things that really sold me on this bumper was that the d-ring shackles are attached to the frame separately from the bumper.

    Hope this helps let me know if you need anything else.
    Thank you for all of that...very helpful. I don’t think it’s enough room for my needs but it is a very good looking bumper at a good price!

    The shackle set up is very cool.
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