would I be ok with this bumper and adding a winch plate or getting the bfh bumper?
Asked by jeremy from muscle shoals,AL on
Hey Jeremy, you will be fine doing this bumper with a plate no problem. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from muscle shoals,AL on
does this stinger without the bumper just bolt on to the existing bumper?
Asked by christj99 from Camarillo,CA on
Hey Christj99, this installs with the stock bumper removed. This stinger bolts onto the frame rails and acts as a bumper. I hope this answer helps and earns your business. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 835 from Camarillo,CA on
If I mount this on the front end of a 1997 wrangler (TJ), would I be able to mount a winch as well? If so what would I need to make that happen?
Asked by Michael from Naperville on
Hi Michael! Yes, you will be able to still mount a winch to your TJ Wrangler even with this Poison Spyder stinger! You'll just need a winch mount plate and you should be good to go! Check out the TJ Wrangler winch plates here : http://jo.my/tj_winch_plates I'd recommend one with an integrated fairlead mount!
Answered by Aaron S. from Naperville on
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