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excellent product for looks . Looks better than the picture when installed . has a slight bend that matches the curve of the front end . The only draw back is that the mounts on mine were not quite centered so there is a 1/2" gap between bumper and fender on passengers side . And the gap on the drivers side is close to 1/8" . Still doesn't look bad just a bit off i would prefer centered would give 5 stars if it were centered
Is this bumper compatible in any with with a 1996 ZJ Laredo? Cause this XJ bumper is exactly the same as the ZJ one except its $300 cheaper.
Asked by Casey from on
Hi Casey, This Tomken Machine Front Bumper is in fact for the Jeep Cherokee, it does not interchange with the Grand Cherokee ZJ's which are different, and that affects the price. We have the correct one for your '96, here it is and thanks for your inquiry.http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Bumpers-Jeep-Tire-Carriers/Front-Bumper.aspx?t_c=64&t_s=26&t_pt=6410&t_pn=TOMTMF-0634-B
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from on
I need specifics about receiver hitch and mount ability of driving lights, thank-you
Asked by dfk from Durango, CO. on
This is a 2" class 2 receiver. You can mount driving lights to this bumper, however it will most likely require drilling and customization depending on the lights.
Answered by Craig R. from Durango, CO. on
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