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Old 05-08-2013, 09:21 AM   #1
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Rear Bumper?

What is the coolest, budget friendly rear bumper that has a 2" receiver and can hold a 33" tire? I just sold my 30" set and spare, and the 33 doesn't fir the OEM carrier very well.

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Old 05-08-2013, 09:54 AM   #2
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What is the coolest, budget friendly rear bumper that has a 2" receiver and can hold a 33" tire? I just sold my 30" set and spare, and the 33 doesn't fir the OEM carrier very well.

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Define "doesn't fit very well" What rim do you have? Many of us carry 33's. I've had a 33x12.5 for 5+ years

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TeTrax Offroad. Looks nice and is way more solid compared to others made in china for similar prices. I have no worries about breaking anything on it .
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TeTrax Offroad. Looks nice and is way more solid compared to others made in china for similar prices. I have no worries about breaking anything on it .
How about a side pic or one closer showing how low the hitch receiver area is.
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How about a side pic or one closer showing how low the hitch receiver area is.
Only other pics i have on my computer right now.You can ask for things to be changed around if you want some things different too.


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