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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).

Hyundai/Kia – the Hydrogen push.

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Hyundai and Kia are making huge strides in to the mainstream car buyer’s conscientiousness. They’ve managed – in just a short time – to move from being an almost laughably cheap option for buyers with no money and even less taste to cars that offer serious and credible alternatives the best from Europe and Japan. So we now think of Hyundai and Kia as a formidable threat to established car makers, but not exactly innovators and¬†pioneers.

GM recalls 258,000 SUVs for fire hazard

Mon, 20 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700

General Motors is recalling a family of SUVs, including the Chevrolet TrailBlazer, GMC Envoy, Saab 9-7x, Buick Rainier and Isuzu Ascender, after reports of 28 fires caused by short circuits in the power windows and locks. The recalled SUVs are from model years 2006 and 2007. In total, GM estimates 258,000 vehicles will need repairs.

Rude roads hit house prices

Tue, 25 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

STREETS with rude-sounding names like Crotch Crescent, Turkey Cock Lane, Bell End and The Knob could turn out to be a haven for property hunters looking to snap up a bargain, research suggests. The study for website NeedaProperty.com looked for evidence of what impact living in a street with a suggestive name could have on the value of your home. Properties on streets with innuendo-laden names were found to be around one fifth or £84,000 cheaper on average than other homes situated nearby.