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The Crusader Mid Width Bumper on 2040-parts.com

US $430.00
Location:

Ogdensburg, New York, United States

Ogdensburg, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:Custom Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:013 Country/Region of Manufacture:Canada Surface Finish:bare metal

Our Crusader mid width front winch bumpers feature 3/16" Steel construction with 1/4" winch mount and 1/2" clevis mounts (3/4" Clevis Tabs). Fits factory fog lights. No modifications needed. Bolts to the factory location. Available as either a DIY (you weld) kit or pre-built. DIY kits come all pre-cut and bent, ready to weld together. Our Jeep Pre-Built bumpers come with a 20yr Craftsmanship warranty. All pre-built bumpers come in bare steel ready to paint (POR15 and Bedliner coating available or Powder coating).

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