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    Hey guys Im back. thank you for all your replies on my last post. My question is i have a 92' YJ and was wondeing if I can bolt an a stock bumper from a TJ. Also what kind of bumpers are you guys running. I want to "eventually Run a Winch. thank you

  • #2
    Stock TJ Bumpers will fit. I run my Bumper


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    • #3
      nice pic looser. hehe, j/k. :yay:

      I've got a currie bumper, but ofcourse you knew that...



      Jesse, I'll bring my stock bumper tomorrow to check it out.
      Last edited by blkTJ; 07-30-04, 11:13 PM.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by blkTJ
        nice pic looser. hehe, j/k. :yay:

        I've got a currie bumper, but ofcourse you knew that...



        Jesse, I'll bring my stock bumper tomorrow to check it out.
        And how much more did you pay???
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        • #5
          Originally posted by igofshn
          And how much more did you pay???
          I paid exactly what I expected for exactly what i wanted.
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          • #6
            Which was?
            2002 TJ on 35s a bit of lift with some stuff
            Rock-ItMan all the way around

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            • #7
              gettalife

              Jeez Brian :yay: , if I didn't know better I'd say you never take that thing on the trail. :wink:

              Did you know Eddie Bauer sell cow shit in a can? Very useful for runs to Starbucks :cup: You spray it on and it evaporates in about 2 hours. You get the rugged "out door" look without spoiling the wax job.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by aston
                Jeez Brian :yay: , if I didn't know better I'd say you never take that thing on the trail. :wink:

                Did you know Eddie Bauer sell cow shit in a can? Very useful for runs to Starbucks :cup: You spray it on and it evaporates in about 2 hours. You get the rugged "out door" look without spoiling the wax job.

                Chris L.
                I'll have to look into that.:yay:

                by the way, back on topic, a TJ bumper does not directly bolt up to a YJ.
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                • #9
                  wax job

                  Off-topic

                  How do I find Brian's :yay: Jeep washing forum?

                  Chris L.
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                  • #10
                    that's one of those "subscriber only" forums. don't worry, u ain't missin' much.
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                    • #11
                      huh

                      I thought I was a subscriber :confused:

                      I need some :yay: tips :yay: on waxing my winch cable.

                      Chris L.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by aston
                        I thought I was a subscriber :confused:

                        I need some :yay: tips :yay: on waxing my winch cable.

                        Chris L.

                        toss it and buy synthetic, doesn't need waxing.
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                        • #13
                          there are a lot of nice after market bumpers out there. we all know that brian has the "currie jeep" and that is very cool.
                          however, chris is making some nice stuff for quite a bit less money. you might want to look into that.

                          brian, speaking of synthetic winch line... which are you going to go with? the oro line or master pull?
                          i think i'm leaning toward the master pull.

                          if you ever need anything waxed.... brian is your guy
                          >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
                          ERIK


                          95 yj, locked lifted, and ready to rock!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by NAILER341
                            brian, speaking of synthetic winch line... which are you going to go with? the oro line or master pull?
                            i think i'm leaning toward the master pull.
                            I couldn't make up my mind. X-line has a better heat rating(900deg) and the master-pull is rated stronger (23K compared to 18K). In the end I said "get whichever you think is the best quality".

                            I think it's a "wait and see what everyone picks" kinda thing. so pick one damn it! :yay:
                            Last edited by blkTJ; 08-01-04, 09:22 PM.
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                            • #15
                              [QUOTE=blkTJ]
                              Originally posted by NAILER341
                              brian, speaking of synthetic winch line... which are you going to go with? the oro line or master pull?
                              i think i'm leaning toward the master pull.
                              QUOTE]

                              I couldn't make up my mind. X-line has a better heat rating(900deg) and the master-pull is rated stronger (23K compared to 18K). In the end I said "get whichever you think id the best quality".

                              I think it's a "wait and see what everyone picks" kinda thing. so pick one damn it! :yay:
                              i said the same thing
                              >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
                              ERIK


                              95 yj, locked lifted, and ready to rock!

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