Aftermarket Rear Bumpers for 2nd Gens

gorillamel Nov 2, 2011

  1. ThePlasticOne

    ThePlasticOne First Fill-Up (of many)

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    Not for sale, but here's what I built over the summer:

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    Still room for improvement (the backup sensors detect the spare as an obstacle, and most of the paint flaked off this last month).
     
  2. Xterra Performance

    Xterra Performance Sliders

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    I had a TAG bumper on my truck when I first got it. I sold it as soon as I got home. THe actual rear bumper was fine...if not a little hack welded. The big problem i had was the tire carrier. The hing sagged a lot, It wobbled horribly and the latch mechanism was a joke.

    This is the only pic I have of my old TAG. I sold it a couple weeks after I got home from my road trip out to pick it up.
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    Another option out there is Bucksnort bumpers. I sell his rear bumper. He does not offer a rear tire carrier but I have seen him and a few others install the Hummer tire carrier and It is by far the most sturdy tire carrier that I have seen.

    375.00 + 50$ Shipping and no wait time
    http://www.xterraperformance.com/2005-2014-Xterra-HD-Rear-Bumper-by-Bucksnort-_p_76.html

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    Without tire carrier.
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  3. mudchet

    mudchet Got Mud?<br><img src="http://i164.photobucket.com/ Founding Member

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    What kind of Hummer? Would this work?
    http://bham.craigslist.org/pts/4235023159.html
     
  4. ThePlasticOne

    ThePlasticOne First Fill-Up (of many)

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    It's usually an H2 carrier, shortened.
     
  5. bucksnort

    bucksnort Test Drive

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    That's an aftermarket carrier that can work. It needs the left side latch assembly and the hinge side is kinda iffy. Never seen one like that so don't know how the hinge attaches. Maybe weld it on
     
  6. dhyde79

    dhyde79 Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    I'm shopping for one now....did anyone ever get a 2nd gen up to RLC? otherwise I think I'm leaning toward a maxterra rear tire carrier bumper.... if RLC's got a blueprint for a gen2, it might be easier to have him do it since he's already doing my front bumper...
     
  7. Diadaga

    Diadaga Suspension Lift Founding Member

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    I may be wrong but I don't think anyone has ever hit him about a rear bumper just the front. I would have probably went with him if he had a Gen 2 option when I was ordering.

    Sent from my mansion in Grouchland.
     
  8. Golf286

    Golf286 Wheeling

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    You can't go wrong with a MAXTerra, I know a couple of guys with them and they are awesome!!
     
  9. dhyde79

    dhyde79 Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    **sadpanda**
     
  10. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    This


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  11. chrishaynesusa

    chrishaynesusa Bought an X

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    Custom fab from Arabias overkill

    gas strut for extension and retraction
    CB antenna mount
    Ham antenna mount
    LED work light
    recovery points and shackles
    rear winch(warn XD9000i) with external connection
    tow hitch with connection for trailer lights/brakes
    rear license plate LED light
    Tire carrier for 35 inch tire
    jerrycan mount
    provisions for lower LED rock lights when received from Arabias overkill( goes in the holes on the gusset pieces)
    heavy duty gauge power cable to rear winch with heavy duty terminal block for future power requirements


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  12. Xterra Performance

    Xterra Performance Sliders

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    Comes complete with nose breaker booby trap...
     
  13. dhyde79

    dhyde79 Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    Holy. Crap. Epic bumper! How much?
     
  14. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    If you have to ask you can't afford it! Lol! This thing is epic a rear bumper to rule them all!


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  15. Diadaga

    Diadaga Suspension Lift Founding Member

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    Agreed if I had the spare dinero I would have a hefty for sale in a heart beat.

    Sent from my mansion in Grouchland.
     
  16. dhyde79

    dhyde79 Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    That's not necessarily true. I *can* afford it, I'm just not sure that putting a winch back there would be the best idea given my other plans for where the spare tire previously dwelled...
     
  17. GPD605X

    GPD605X Lockers Installed Founding Member

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    Yea, I don't think we want to know how much Chris's bumper cost him lol. I mean, it's the benz of rear bumpers!
     
  18. dhyde79

    dhyde79 Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    Kinda why I wanna know.... It's almost exactly what I'd build if I were gonna custom one myself...
     
  19. Xterra Performance

    Xterra Performance Sliders

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    It cost me a busted nose.... ;)
     
  20. Prawn

    Prawn Test Drive

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    I also went the custom route. Scorpion Motorsports in Las Vegas.

    Pros- Totally custom, you get what you want.
    Cons- Totally custom, you pay for what you want.

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  21. Prime

    Prime Some Kind of In Charge? Admin

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    The wrap around is a nice look. Question though, how is the corner supported?i know you guys don't have many ninja rocks out west, but over this way the corners take a lot of abuse. I'm just wondering how they'd survive a hit and not deflect into the body.
     
  22. Prawn

    Prawn Test Drive

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    I'm not one of dem super technical types but I'll take more pics for ya. It seems pretty ridged from the couple trails I've done since the install. However it seems the ladder was unnecessary, so I probably wouldn't go that route again.
     
  23. Prawn

    Prawn Test Drive

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    I popped on the creeper and it looks like along with the center bumper mounting locations on the frame, as this is a one-piece bumper, it also mounts to the body where the OEM bumper steps were. Sorry I didn't grab any pictures, handling my phone would have cased me to spill my scotch.

    Whoa, just noticed my picture isn't showing up. Did I screw something up when I originally uploaded it, or is my super sweet HP Livestrong edition getting long in the tooth?
     
  24. Muadeeb

    Muadeeb Bastard Admin from Hell Admin

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    Up at the top? I still see it
     
  25. Prawn

    Prawn Test Drive

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    It's showing up now. Weird. I'll chalk it up to my outdated hardware.
     

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