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    Re: Rubicon....the trail

    Quote Originally Posted by hydrotoys View Post
    No, it's not that. The stock bumper is thin as crap, and can push into the tub. The JL DV8 bumper didn't have any horizontal attachment points and allowed it to ROTATE hard into the tub, when I landed on it on Walker hill. Like I said, I'd been smart not to buy that POS, and run the rear without a bumper.
    I think wayalife and lite bright have had good luck with their LOD bumpers.

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    My new LOD bumper. It's construction, and attachment are pretty good. I have the tire carrier as well for overlanding.
    Mark c.

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    Re: Rubicon....the trail

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinoy59 View Post
    That is crazy. I wonder why JL rear bumpers seem to flex so much that they hit the tub.
    I had the same style bumper on my hard rock. They look pretty, but just cannot take a hit. I have paint peeled all along the lower edge of my gate and rear corners.

    And these are some better pictures than I normally see from the Rubicon.

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    Re: Rubicon....the trail

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinoy59 View Post
    I think wayalife and lite bright have had good luck with their LOD bumpers.

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    Wayalife has a LOD front bumper. but I thought he was running bare in back. I don't follow him too close. We did see them on the Rubicon Trail. They bash the rocks pretty hard, instead of spot. Lite Brite has a Motobuilt rear.
    Mark c.

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    Where did you stay at before the trail?

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    Where did you stay at before the trail?

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