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Old 10-08-2019, 01:39 PM
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AEV Premium Bumper Jeep Wrangler JK

I have a fairly new AEV Premium Bumper with winch plate and fairlead, flat tow adapter plates, and D-Ring shackles. The bumper is about a year old no dents or real rust. Powder coating is in good condition. This thing is a beast, very good protection for the front of your jeep. The bumper supports fog lights, a winch, it also has perches for additional lighting. It fits the Jeep Wrangler JK. The stock bumper crush cans have been swapped out for heavy duty D-Rings. The bumper, winch plate, fairlead, D-Rings, and flat tow adapters retail at well over $1500.00.

Looking to get around $1000, OBO I'm in Eastern Washington

AEV Premium Bumper PN: 10305055AD
AEV Winch Plate PN: 10305060AD

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You took off the crush cans to put recovery points? But there's recovery points just below them already...
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The lower recover points have the Flat Tow adapters on them, and a shackle does not fit on them anymore. Plus I think it looks much better.
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The lower recover points have the Flat Tow adapters on them, and a shackle does not fit on them anymore. Plus I think it looks much better.
Ah. A sensible explanation.

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