Who made those steel bolt-on 80 bumperettes???

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There was a pic on here a while back showing some steel bolt on bumperettes... a choice as opposed to a whole bumper... they kinda looked like the sides of a hanna, etc... all steel of course... I can't find'em in the search thread, or atleast I'm not search the right words I guess... let me know if you remember...was a custom build that someone was going to consider making more I think...
 

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word, thanks...

thanks doug... but can't find pics of on there site... I'll call'em... anyone knownthe price roughly-ish??
 
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Let us know what you find. It's interesting but I was thinking the exact same thing this weekend while working on my rig...
 

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got some info...

Got a call back... they are gonns run about $800...maybe more they say... Matt (from 4x4 labs) is gonna post up some info here about interest if any... the price hurts a bit... but we'll see...
 

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$800?
For another $150 you can get the non-tire-carrier rear bumper from Slee.

Granted, you'll need to tack shipping on top of that, so add $100 to $150.
Then on the other hand, if you were to pick it up the bumperettes from 4x4labs, you'll have about $60 in gas (round trip from the bay area to grass valley)and another $60 for CA state tax...so that sort of counters the shipping costs from Slee Offroad.

...just me thinking outloud again...

When are you planning on getting a rear bumper or bumperettes?

I'm planning on getting a rear bumper for the wife's rig -- right now, I'm leaning toward the Slee bumper w/o tire carrier.
 
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