That was a really old post you just quoted there. Shipping is not included, hasn't been for a long time. Pricing of the parts was changed earlier in the year, and at the end of last year, all shipping on the website was modified to reflect the increased costs to ship a bumper out.
Yes, they're working on the new site to be able to take orders for items out of stock, but otherwise you wouldn't know it until you have paid for it already.
You can email in to firstname.lastname@example.org to order directly and place a backorder for them.
A lot of newer style ARB bumpers have a recessed area where the roller fairlead would fit into, and I read the details of a hawse fairlead the other day (can't remember what brand) but it was thicker so that it would protrude the correct distance away from the recessed bumper so that the winch...
The commercial winch uses the larger foot bolt pattern, if I remember correctly. That would mean it wouldn't fit into the bumper properly. Check the specs of the bolt pattern on Warn's site.
ARB also offers a commercial bumper for the bigger frame winches, that being the main difference for...
Because of the handle length?
I'd just take one and cut the handle to fit the width of the cargo area, maybe put the shovel end against the back seat and tuck the handle sideways. That's wear I keep a golf umbrella in all my cars, and it wouldn't be an issue to keep a shovel there, instead...
Perhaps the truck was in the air with the axles hanging? Otherwise, that lower bushing might not have enough preload on it, since it doesn't look like it's getting close to the edge of the washer. Just something I noticed after looking again at the photos.
I've never had anyone else report...
Be worth it to do a full flex test and see when/how it's making that contact. Perhaps you could adjust that brake line bracket if it's just barely making contact.
It's a guard on the shock, so highly unlikely to cause any issues on the internals right there.
Progressive are usually for guys wanting a soft ride on a not-too-heavy build up, and/or for guys looking for long travel, since the coils have a small group of light load turns which helps keep them in the coil bucket properly at full flex.
For guys not wanting to do that, or for a heavier...
We have a whole bunch of rear bumpers on order, but the build and shipping time is taking much longer than anticipated.
We're looking at December or later before we will have more in stock of the 70/80/100/200.
We have the 60 series and Prado 120 and 150 rears in stock
Hahahaha, so did they crawl in from the burner side, or from the gas intake line you think?
I pulled apart a really old burner stack last year that just had junk in it and was affecting the flame, and after putting it back together, it was fine.
Just edited my other post: The front is such a short shock, that if we made it with a reservoir, it wouldn't really do much. We will be making non-resi (IMS) front monotubes for the 100 series IFS in the near future.
We don't offer them for the front, only for the rear.
The front is such a short shock, that if we made it with a reservoir, it wouldn't really do much. We will be making non-resi (IMS) front monotubes for the 100 series IFS in the near future.