Our new Garvin G2 Series bumpers have been redesigned for incredible functionality and a new stylish look.�The bumper is constructed of 3/16" tubular steel, 1-1/2" diameter pivot assembly, and heavy-duty 1/4" aluminum end caps.�The new end caps help with the stylish look and also helps keep the bumper weight to a minimum. The system comes complete with a heavy-duty quick clamp assembly for easy access to the back of the Jeep.�It will hold up to a 37" diameter tire with all the accessories installed. Hi-Lift Jack mount is standard on all our systems. Bumpers are powder coated with a zinc primer and black textured top coat for extra durability. Fits all JK Wranglers.
comes with Built in receiver hitch? RubiconX Unlimited 2014
Asked by Cam from on
Hi Cam the Garvin Industries G2 Series Rear Bumper and Tire Carrier System in Black Powder Coat does come with a receiver hitch tho i am not showing what the tow rating on this bumper is. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks,
Answered by Roy p ext 4928 from on
Does this price include all the extra parts pictured? ie the jerry can holders, trail rack, jack, shovel and axe holders etc? Cheers
Asked by josh from aus from Cairns Australia on
This price includes the bumper, tire carrier, and Hi-Lift Jack brackets. The gerry can holders, trail rack, jack, and axe and shovel brackets are sold separately. Thanks!
Answered by Craig R. from Cairns Australia on
Can I use Roof Rack Base by Body Armor for Jeep - JK-6125 with this bumper? I'm wondering about the ends where the rack will attach to the frame.
Asked by from on
No it won't work. The rack bolts under the rear body corner panels to the frame. The Garvin bumper side wings will not allow the rack to fit between the body and bumper. You have to use a bumper that doesn't wrap around the body corners.
Answered by Bob from on
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