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10-08-2008 08:51 AM
richp I've got warn bumpers, preferred them over some others mainly due to shipping costs. The warns are normally carried 'in stock' by most parts stores who carry warn stuff so you save on shipping which can get expensive with steel bumpers.
Thats for the wranglers, the XJ bumpers are Waaaaaay over priced so even with shipping a JCRoffroad or other is much cheaper.
10-08-2008 02:32 AM
DUCKIT
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Originally Posted by dpssix View Post
I was wondering if anyone had any pics of the Currie rock jock v front bumper. I am currently bumper shopping and would like to see one on a jeep. Any other suggestions would be welcome also, Thanks
I have the smaller of the two V bumper's
that Currie has
10-08-2008 01:22 AM
dpssix
thanks for the help

Thanks for the input those are great looking bumpers too.
10-07-2008 08:00 PM
Joe Dirt You have to check out
Rock Hard 4x4 Parts - Jeep

I love their stuff and the prices are good too.
You get to customize the bumber lengths you want and any tubes you also desire.

It's tuff as nails. I got hit by a car. The car is a mess. My bumper didn't even get the paint scratched.
10-07-2008 06:40 PM
AtoZ
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I was wondering if anyone had any pics of the Currie rock jock v front bumper. I am currently bumper shopping and would like to see one on a jeep. Any other suggestions would be welcome also, Thanks
I was told the Trail-Gear bumpersa re go and the value is great. Im getting a rear bumper. Hope is as good as some I have heard.

cheers
10-07-2008 05:52 AM
dpssix
Bumper shopping

I was wondering if anyone had any pics of the Currie rock jock v front bumper. I am currently bumper shopping and would like to see one on a jeep. Any other suggestions would be welcome also, Thanks

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