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Old 08-18-2014, 12:49 AM   #1
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What is this bumper?

I have been looking for new bumpers and I happened to run across this one that I like. My only problem is that I can not find out what brand it is or any specs on it. If anyone knows something about this I appreciate it!
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Old 08-18-2014, 12:56 AM   #2
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Not sure, but there are several that come up on ebay like that if you search wrangler bumper.

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Old 08-18-2014, 06:44 AM   #3
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Don't know if it is overkilloffroad, but that same exact style has been around for a long time. Pro Comp and Genuine Steel (Steel Horse Chapter 11) used to have the same one It was called Rock Crusher. I don't know if the ebay ones are Genuine Steel close outs Black Powder Coated Rear Bumper for TJ YJ – New in Box | eBay I have the ebay one and my neighbor has an older one (was on his jeep when he bought it.) ( I asked the ebay vendor if it was a "Rock Crusher" and he said yes.) Mine and my neighbor's bumpers are exactly the same and both of ours rusted at the tube ends where they curve around towards the wheels. Mine started after 1-2 winters. Once rust starts under powercoat, it is going to keep spreading. I've scraped and painted where it has rusted but it is going to keep growing.
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Old 08-18-2014, 09:09 AM   #5
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Don't know if it is overkilloffroad, but that same exact style has been around for a long time. Pro Comp and Genuine Steel (Steel Horse Chapter 11) used to have the same one It was called Rock Crusher. I don't know if the ebay ones are Genuine Steel close outs Black Powder Coated Rear Bumper for TJ YJ – New in Box | eBay I have the ebay one and my neighbor has an older one (was on his jeep when he bought it.) ( I asked the ebay vendor if it was a "Rock Crusher" and he said yes.) Mine and my neighbor's bumpers are exactly the same and both of ours rusted at the tube ends where they curve around towards the wheels. Mine started after 1-2 winters. Once rust starts under powercoat, it is going to keep spreading. I've scraped and painted where it has rusted but it is going to keep growing.
Your right about it not being overkilloffroad even though it's almost identical. So are the ends welded shut?
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Mine are just plastic tube plugs so of course there is some exposure at the end. I've since tried to seal and treat. I hate exterior powder coat. Once it starts to bubble and go there is no stopping it. My front bumper is painted, any surface rust is very easy to notice. Just hit it with satin rustoleum

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