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Old 08-01-2015, 03:14 PM
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Dirtworx bumper....thoughts

Looking at get a rear bumper and tire carrier from dirtworx. For those who have experience with dirtworx, how's the quality and durability of their bumpers? What have you used to paint your bumper? Bedliner? Post pics if you have them. Thanks

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From all the reviews I've read everyone is happy with them even after years of use. The only bad I have heard is sometimes lead times can be long

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Very happy with mine. It has carried my 35" tire, shovel and highligt jack for a couple of years. There are no rattles or other problems. Since I live about an hour from his shop I drove and picked mine up, not sure how long the wait normally is but he was a one man shop when I bought mine. I feel the rectangular bumper and carrier seem a lot more solid than his tubular tire and jerry can bumper, but don't have any experience with the tubular.
I used rustoleum primer and hammer finish black, has held up well,
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From all the reviews I've read everyone is happy with them even after years of use. The only bad I have heard is sometimes lead times can be long
^ this! Never have read anything negative regarding the quality of work, etc.

I am sure the lead times are long due to the fact they make them upon order.

No different than JCR - long lead time on their bumpers but they are great and worth the wait.

If I hadn't started out with JCR for my front bumper ( before I even knew about Dirtworx) I would seriously have considered them.
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