For Sale front and back bumpers for sale (fj40 style)

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custom bumpers for sale

1 front & 1 back bumper
each made of 3/16" steel C channel
very very strong
i got some pics if anyone is interested

front is $130 obo
back is $120 obo
($$$canadian$$$)

thanks
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i don't have a site
so i'll just email you them this weekend

thanks
matt
 
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**FROM THE EMAIL TO ME (MAX)**
the front bumper is missin a whole buchbar section
consisting of 2 ,, 2"diameter tubes 8" apart from
eachother with a steel screen between them as well as
two built in amber running lights
that section is about 22" long and goes up to about
the height of the hood
a great branch deflector

Anyways, these look nice IMO

-Max

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hey,

just lookin at the rear bumper. do you have any idea about shipping or weight? i'm in SC at 29632.

you can email me at jmalphr@clemson.edu

thanks,
jonathan
 
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the rear bumper is approx. 30 pounds
7"W  x  7"H  x  62"L
.....it is VERY SOLID, (no warps)

merry christmas

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FRONT-------$115.00
BACK---------$105.00

(CANADIAN $$$COIN$$$)

GOT TO SELL THESE, CAUSE IM MOVIN TO A SMALLER HOUSE
THEY ARE VERY GOOD STRONG BUMPERS

CHEERS
 
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what winch did you have mounted to the front....if a 8274/Bellvue.....i may be interested.
 
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i never ended up getting a winch
but all you would need is a drill, (possibly a welder) and a piece of 1/4 " steel plate to make the adapter plate and it could be bolted to your frame etc.... (your preferance)

I had a plate that had the bolt dimentions drilled into it and it spaned out to each side of my frame and it was very solid.

but the picture of the front bumper is still missing the centre bushbar part. I must get a camera and take a pic. of it. email me and let me know if your interested in the pic.

cheers :D
 
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hey matthew,

i'll try and email you later on today. i'm still interested in the rear bumper.

how far out from the body does it extend? i'm lookin at making a swing away carrier, and was wondering if i could fit the hinge on the top of the bumper.

thanks,
jonathan,

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well when i made it , i made it so it wouldn't stick out tooo far cause i wanted the clearence angle to big and steep to clear rocks and other obsticles
so originally i had a piece of angle bolted to the face of it and that is where i mounted the spare tire carrier. it worket good, cause i drilled a few holes into the bumper on each end to fit any style of mounting plate desired. i took them off and am currently using them.
but im sure that you could easily come up with your own prefered system.

matt :)
 

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I'll take the rear bumper off your hands if you pay the shipping to 98116(West Seattle)
 

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