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Old 07-14-2013, 10:04 AM   #1
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Garvin Tire Swing 4 stock JKUR 10A bumper?

I like my stock JKUR 10A bumper, but also want the twin Jerry can, Axe & Shovel brackets, and the trail rack kit. Garvin says they only work with their bumper. But I've got the same bumper hole... Anyone know otherwise? Or of a company who offers the same setup to work with the stock bumper?

I'm not concerned about the color match of my bumper to the black on the Garvin metal, I'll take it to a bodyshop for a paint match.

Also, how secure is the locking system on the Garvin?

Garvin Industries Rear G2 Series Bumper with Tire Carrier for 07-13 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec

Thanks in advance to any helpers!
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Yeah, that hole is specifically for the AEV tire carrier.
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Yeah, that hole is specifically for the AEV tire carrier.
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AEV rear tire carrier
Thanks guys! Looks like the only fuel tanks that fit that set up though, are the cheesy odd shaped plastic ones. Any idea if that tire carrier will hold different ones? I like the twin Jerry can on the sides of the tire look...
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Yeah, that hole is specifically for the AEV tire carrier.
So I've looked into this quite a bit, but short of calling the dealer, I don't understand if I am required to buy the bumper as well? Or if the tire carrier alone will fit?

Here's my source: JK Rear Bumper and Tire Carrier
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What did you end up going with, Eagle Scout?

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