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Old 05-21-2013, 09:45 AM   #1
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JCR Offroad Dagger Rear Bumper Tire Carrier Weight

In case anyone is interested. This bumper tire carrier combo weighs approximately 140 lbs.


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Old 05-21-2013, 10:40 AM   #2
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Sheesh, these things get hefty don't they?

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Old 05-21-2013, 12:01 PM   #3
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Sheesh, these things get hefty don't they?
I noted in another thread that the ACE products bumper+tire carrier weighs 190 lbs according to the ACE website.
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How much weight do you save from chopping the frame and crash bar?
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How much weight do you save from chopping the frame and crash bar?
This thread was referring to rear bumper / tire carrier solutions. Are you referring to the crash bar under the front bumper?
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This thread was referring to rear bumper / tire carrier solutions. Are you referring to the crash bar under the front bumper?
No, on the rear. Don't you trim the frame? I thought there was a cross member back there you also remove? Maybe it's not called a crash bar.
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No, on the rear. Don't you trim the frame? I thought there was a cross member back there you also remove? Maybe it's not called a crash bar.
That crossmember is where the hitch normally mounts. Some rock crawler bumper options chop it (Poison Spyder BFH?) but from the install instructions I've read for a lot of these rear bumpers most retain the crossmember.
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Just to clarify, the Dagger bumper does require removal of the rear frame cross-member. Bumper/carrier combo is listed at 115 lbs without the tire.
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Just to clarify, the Dagger bumper does require removal of the rear frame cross-member. Bumper/carrier combo is listed at 115 lbs without the tire.
I wonder why they told me 140 lbs on the phone? Maybe that's the net weight after you chop off the frame bits.

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