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wheres the best place to get a beefy front bumpr. something that will retaing tow points and at the same time accomodate my new KC Daylighters? i thought about drilling out the holes in the stock bumper that are intended for the Jeep lights, but i really want to mount them more centrally, like this..



those are the stock jeep lights though. i don't ecessarily want that bumper though and am feeling out some opinions i suppose.
 

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There are a lot of aftermarket bumpers out there, and it is really hard to suggest one, as it is usually a personal thing. Best thing to do is go to a Jeep 4X4 on-line supplier, and see what you like. Warn makes a nice bumper, but expensive, and smittybuilt, and the list goes on. Some people even like to Fab their own.
www.quadratec.com is a site to let you see how many are out there.
 

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i like the warn rock crawler bumpers...strong and tough and i think it's worth the price and the lights mount on the outsides of the bumper...but couldn't you just drill holes if you wanna mount them more towards the center?
 

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I've always liked the Blue Torch bumper w/ radiator hoop 'kit' installed:



I've also seen one done where the hoop 'wraps around' the headlights just a tad, like on their fusion chassis, but in a bumper version. Looks sweet IMO.



Give them a call if you'd want the latter one as it's a custom piece - they're real good about making you one off pieces you see on their show vehicles.

http://www.bluetorchfab.com
 

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Here is the Warn Bumper. I like it because it is tough..but not overwhelming

 

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Got them a 4WD.com. I believe the rear was upper 2's and the front was lower 2's. It should be listed on there website. Good luck.!!
 

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I posted this somewhere else on the forum, but there is an ARB for sale in Atlanta on craigslist. They are asking $400 for it.
I'd be happy to run and pick it up in the truck. Its only about 30 minutes from my office, but you'd have to arrange shipping on it. Those things are the definition of "beefy".
 

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I posted this somewhere else on the forum, but there is an ARB for sale in Atlanta on craigslist. They are asking $400 for it.
I'd be happy to run and pick it up in the truck. Its only about 30 minutes from my office, but you'd have to arrange shipping on it. Those things are the definition of "beefy".

I can attest to the ARB. I T-Boned a Chevy truck with mine and it didn't leave a scratch on it. He, on the other hand, had to crawl out of his truck through the passenger door. (He was driving the wrong way on a one way street...I never saw him). :(
 

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