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10-02-2014 09:42 AM
KrawlOff-Road.com Sounds good my friend! We will make it happen! We also have our Layaway option if that would help get you what you need!

-Jason
10-02-2014 05:43 AM
Mammoth919 Krawl Off-Road, hopefully I will have the funds for this bumper here soon. Looking to shop exclusively thru you, stores around me are walmart 4x4 stores (4wp)
09-19-2014 10:39 AM
KrawlOff-Road.com
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Originally Posted by brighton View Post
That's what I did, it works well for me. I did it not because of weight savings as much as I like having the spare open with the tailgate and didn't want a separate carrier. Also looks better IMO. My 35" spare sits about 3/4" from the bumper.

btw, Jason at KOR took care of me for both. I'm just sorry I didn't win his custom driveshaft at the raffle at Jeepfest.

LOL Looking good my friend! Thank you for the kind words and I do apologize about the raffle. If I was drawing the winner, I am sure I would have picked your ticket! LOL Hope you enjoyed the event. We did!

-Jason
09-18-2014 01:51 PM
brighton
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Originally Posted by Deacon View Post
Would it be any advantage to get the Teraflex Rear Tire carrier to save weight and to allow some adjustment down ?

After reading this thread that seems to be the 2 concerns.

Would this be a good recommendation??
That's what I did, it works well for me. I did it not because of weight savings as much as I like having the spare open with the tailgate and didn't want a separate carrier. Also looks better IMO. My 35" spare sits about 3/4" from the bumper.

btw, Jason at KOR took care of me for both. I'm just sorry I didn't win his custom driveshaft at the raffle at Jeepfest.

09-18-2014 10:01 AM
KrawlOff-Road.com
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Originally Posted by danrb View Post
Nice DAYTIME photo! LOL... that is awesome...

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Originally Posted by Deacon View Post
SO the ACE rear bumper with tire carrier is 160# and the rear bumper without tire carrier is #120.
Would it be any advantage to get the Teraflex Rear Tire carrier to save weight and to allow some adjustment down ?

After reading this thread that seems to be the 2 concerns.

Would this be a good recommendation??
Deacon, that is a good idea. You can do that and it would save some weight. You can run different options with each one. They also give you different looks as well. But if you wanted to do the ACE/TF route, it would work just fine. Let us know if we can help set you up with this combo!

-Jason
09-18-2014 12:02 AM
Deacon SO the ACE rear bumper with tire carrier is 160# and the rear bumper without tire carrier is #120.
Would it be any advantage to get the Teraflex Rear Tire carrier to save weight and to allow some adjustment down ?

After reading this thread that seems to be the 2 concerns.

Would this be a good recommendation??
05-14-2014 05:13 PM
danrb
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Originally Posted by krawloff-road.com View Post
lol that is awesome! Good for turning night into day and getting the cops called on you! Post up some night pictures if you would like... -jason

Attachment 1099506
05-13-2014 09:32 AM
KrawlOff-Road.com
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Originally Posted by danrb View Post
The lights are silly. Turned them on in my garage last night and lit up my neighbors driveway like daylight.

Thanks Jason.
LOL That is awesome! Good for turning night into day and getting the cops called on you!

Post up some night pictures if you would like...

-Jason
05-12-2014 07:44 PM
danrb
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Originally Posted by StarBrite View Post
There is a hole already on the tire carrier that fits a CB antenna. It's in the top plate right below the back window. Had to rough up the underside of the hole to break through the powder coat for ground, but other than that, it was plug and play.
Thanks! I never noticed. Double bonus, now my antenna fits on the jeep in the garage. Hope it works, looks like a lot of metal interference.
05-12-2014 06:57 PM
danrb
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Originally Posted by KrawlOff-Road.com View Post
If anyone is looking for LED lights for this rear, our KOR LED Elite Series 6" lights work great! KOR LED Elite 6" Single Row -Jason
The lights are silly. Turned them on in my garage last night and lit up my neighbors driveway like daylight.

Thanks Jason.
05-12-2014 04:49 PM
KrawlOff-Road.com If anyone is looking for LED lights for this rear, our KOR LED Elite Series 6" lights work great!

KOR LED Elite 6" Single Row

-Jason
05-12-2014 10:11 AM
StarBrite
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Originally Posted by John Ellis View Post
I decided to be lazy and get a universal mount that I mounted to the back of my license plate holder. I'm sure you could mount it on the bumper if you wanted to.
There is a hole already on the tire carrier that fits a CB antenna. It's in the top plate right below the back window. Had to rough up the underside of the hole to break through the powder coat for ground, but other than that, it was plug and play.
05-12-2014 06:07 AM
danrb Can anyone tell me where to get the grommets to fill the new holes in the back tailgate?
05-11-2014 10:27 PM
John Ellis
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Originally Posted by danrb View Post
Order the bumper and tire carrier a couple weeks ago and was wondering if anyone had found any good cb antenna solutions for this bumper?
I decided to be lazy and get a universal mount that I mounted to the back of my license plate holder. I'm sure you could mount it on the bumper if you wanted to.
05-11-2014 07:50 PM
danrb Just finished installing the bumper and tire carrier. Bumper was real hard and the tire carrier was easy.

The bumper had really tight clearances. I had to put the end bolts on first and then the center bolts. Took way to long. The tire carrier took 30 minutes with adjustments. Attachment 1090281
03-06-2014 08:17 PM
moscoeb
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Originally Posted by danrb View Post
Order the bumper and tire carrier a couple weeks ago and was wondering if anyone had found any good cb antenna solutions for this bumper?
I had the teraflex rear tire carrier cb mount previously, so I flipped it backwards, got spacers so it wouldn't hit the tailgate but short enough to not interfere with tire swing, and got long enough bolts to attach it. Had to reroute cable out the vent. Works good for me, cost me maybe 5-10$ for other stuff.
03-06-2014 07:44 PM
danrb Order the bumper and tire carrier a couple weeks ago and was wondering if anyone had found any good cb antenna solutions for this bumper?
11-30-2013 03:34 PM
ClayR I ordered both the rear bumper with tire carrier and pro series front stubby with stinger along with the lifetime LEDs. Thanks for the great deals yesterday!
11-30-2013 03:21 PM
gijoey This is at the top of the list
11-28-2013 01:25 AM
rundm I haven't put my tire carrier on yet but the pro series rear with those lights is the bomb. My wife can actually see when she is backing up now. Tire carrier getting put on in the next couple of weeks.
11-27-2013 10:59 AM
paleh0rse
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Originally Posted by AJFROMACEENGINEERING View Post

The ace bumper does not weigh much more. The packaged weight is 190lbs. There is about 30lbs in packaging. Putting the bumper and carrier in at around 160lbs.

Thank you
AJ
I didn't need a tire carrier, and the JCR standard rear bumper by itself is only about 65 pounds. I still really like your bumper, though, so please don't think my choice was easy or that I'm disparaging your product in any way!
11-27-2013 10:30 AM
IP0VV3R Here's the mailbox I was talking about a few pages ago
11-27-2013 08:36 AM
AJFROMACEENGINEERING
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Originally Posted by paleh0rse View Post
Good info! However, I decided to go with the much lighter JCR rear instead.
The ace bumper does not weigh much more. The packaged weight is 190lbs. There is about 30lbs in packaging. Putting the bumper and carrier in at around 160lbs.

Thank you
AJ
11-27-2013 08:27 AM
paleh0rse
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Originally Posted by supercazzola View Post
Good info! However, I decided to go with the much lighter JCR rear instead.
11-27-2013 08:10 AM
AJFROMACEENGINEERING
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Originally Posted by rundm View Post
AJ, can you put up a pic of a second gen pro series rear bumper as opposed to the newest pro series rear bumper? I don't know which one that I received when I ordered. Thanks, RG
Give me a call. I am not sure what you are looking for.
11-27-2013 07:50 AM
supercazzola
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Originally Posted by paleh0rse View Post
Which one of their lights fits the ACE bumper? Is it this one: http://www.lifetimeledlights.com/6-18w-CREE-_p_55.html
Paleh0rse,

Looks like http://www.lifetimeledlights.com/6-6-LED-bar-_p_38.html

Matches what ace shows here http://www.aceengineeringandfab.com/...Bar_p_101.html
11-27-2013 01:05 AM
rundm AJ, can you put up a pic of a second gen pro series rear bumper as opposed to the newest pro series rear bumper? I don't know which one that I received when I ordered. Thanks, RG
11-26-2013 12:09 AM
spieg
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Originally Posted by wrh3 View Post



I am actually kind of glad it does not have a place for the connector to mount.....I ended up buying a Hopkins magnetic mount and with this I can place it above and inside the bumper when not in use and anywhere on the bumper when I need it (rarely).

Mag-Flat (TM) 4-Pole Mounting Magnet Hopkins Accessories and Parts 38095

Thanks for this idea! Just ordered one.
11-25-2013 10:37 PM
wrh3
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Originally Posted by it_felt_so_good View Post
But the only problem I had was that the Rigid light bars would NOT drop down at all into the bumper tabs. I don't know if the guy who fabricated my bumper welded the light tabs too close or if Rigid widened their design but I had to grind the tabs thinner & also had to cut some of the plastic off the light bar mounts until I was down to bare metal.
I had this issue as well and ended up filing the plastic on either side of the Rigid mounting tabs down flush with the metal- no alterations made to the bumper. My guess is the design was updated since they also have the white RI emblems on either side that my other lights don't have, my 20" RI light bars don't have the plastic mounting tab inserts either and fit fine in the PRO Front bumpers.
11-25-2013 05:23 PM
brighton ^^That's a nice idea with the magnetic mount. Thanks for the link.
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