For Sale 100 winch bumper and grill guard-homemade (Wyoming/Colorado) Pick up only

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Jack of some, definately master of none.
Feb 19, 2012
Casper, WY
United States
Price Drop!!!! Asking $625! I will deliver to Northern Colorado (Fort Collins/Denver) Feb. 27th-28th.

Make an offer if it is worth less to you.


-1/8" plate for outer shell.
-1/2" thick winch plate that mounts to the tow hooks, and frame horns.
-DOM tubing for grill guard.
-Fits a compact winch (engo 12,000 or similar with 10" x 4.5" mounting holes.
The winch plate has holes for the factory tow hooks to work just like from the factory.
-27 watt fog lights and factory wiring harness adapters included so the lights work on your factory fog switch.
-D ring shackle mounts allow 3/4" d rings and are welded to the outer shell/plate of the bumper and also welded to the 1/2" thick winch plate.
-Painted with truck bed liner (not a real heavy texture). It covered very evenly and hardened as desired.

CONS because I am human and this is my first bumper for a Land Cruiser 100.
-If you have a pristine 100 and expect flawless additions to your 100, do not purchase this bumper. It is way cool, but isn't perfect.
-The cnc plasma had difficulties cutting the 1/2" thick winch plate, so I cut those holes with a hand torch and they aren't perfect).
-fog light mounting tabs are heavy steel nuts. The mounting tabs don't look pretty (actually looks ugly) but is functional for these lights.
-The fair lead angle is steep/tight for the the cable to pass through. I am using a steel hawse fair lead, but you could use a roller as well (same mounting holes). It definitely works for me with a hawse fairlead, but if I was winching every weekend I would use a roller.
-It is not powdercoated, and this bedliner is probably going to chip off the back from rock chips.
-The bumper visually has an opening on the sides where you can see the washer bottle on the drivers side. With the steep approach angle of this bumper I am unable to cap it well.

Winch not included
Fairlead not included.
D rings not included.

Installation: Grinding your factory bumper mounts off is necessary for installation, as well as drilling 4 holes.

I used a cnc plasma to cut most of the pieces, so the outer cuts are very clean. Structurally it is going to be extremely strong. It just isn't manufactured by a professional company that builds multiple bumpers so there are some flaws.

I will be able to bring to Northern Colorado February 29th.

I will try and have a couple more bumpers for sale this spring, probably with or without grill guard tubing.

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Price drop. Asking $700. Pick up only (Wyoming/Northern Colorado) or mudship.
Price Drop!!!! Asking $625! I will deliver to Northern Colorado (Fort Collins/Denver) Feb. 27th-28th.
Both Fastenal and Greyhound have good prices for shipping large items. I am interested if it can be shipped reasonably.
I can check on shipping next week. I don't have much time this week, I apoligize. Thanks for the recommendation.
Take your time. My shipping zip is 15216 and is a business address. Or I could pick up at a Fastenal or Greyhound terminal Thank you.
I wish I still lived in Jackson Hole! would be interested if shipping is reasonable... been waiting on a solid front bumper.

Live in Alabama now. If its still for sale in the spring I'd be willing to trek out there!
Sold pending pick up tomorrow!
That looks awesome on your 100. I love the color of yours! I am glad it fit and you like it. I hope I can only improve on my design and welding.

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