|09-12-2011 06:10 AM|
|09-12-2011 05:32 AM|
|kfdjason7620||http://www.wranglerforum.com/f118/a-...tj-103847.html. I built this back bumper last year and thinking about making more or selling this one and making me one out of aluminum|
|09-12-2011 01:22 AM|
|09-07-2011 09:40 PM|
|hcarlgolden||I would either go with a real hitch or find a bike carrier that hangs from the spare tire. JMO.|
|09-06-2011 09:28 PM|
|tj00wrangler||I got a DIY bumper from Rokmen and welded it my self.|
|09-06-2011 09:04 PM|
Mine is made into the rear bumper, and yes the thin weak ass metal the bumper bolts to would basically get ripped right off under too much weight. But as golden says some kind of reinforcement to the frame would be idea in this case. I just don't hall too much weight is why I haven't done mine yet.
|09-06-2011 08:28 PM|
You need to tie it into the frame somehow. run a 1/2 inch piece of steel on the bottom with bolt holes and frame tie ins and then weld into that maybe?
I am thinking about putting one on the front of my new bumper now...
|09-06-2011 08:26 PM|
The oem bumper is like 16 ga. formed up steel and is not strong enough to hold your lunch box let alone a bike rack and bike, I'm glad your welder did not do the job as someone that does not know any better might try and pull a trailer with that and have very bad results.
|09-06-2011 07:13 PM|
Weld a reciever to rear bumper?
Has anyone out there successfully welded a reciever to the rear of their Jeeps bumper??
I want to be able to use a bike rack that I currently own, as well as a metal cargo rack......I dont want to add a hitch because they are like $125 and lower my ground clearance....
I spoke to some shops that will do the welding and their concern is that too much weight may rip off the rear bumper....