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Old May 31st, 2009, 12:37 AM   #1
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What is the better bumper and swing away

Nates4x4 vs JCR Offroad
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depends on the size of the tire you plan to put on it.

nates uses alot larger hinge and 1/4 steel.

jcr uses smaller hinge and 3/16 steel.

but if your using a smaller tire (35 or less) than jcr's should be fine too.

also nates can be a pain in the ass to get from him as he is not the best with customer service
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Old May 31st, 2009, 09:14 AM   #3
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depends on the size of the tire you plan to put on it.

nates uses alot larger hinge and 1/4 steel.

jcr uses smaller hinge and 3/16 steel.

but if your using a smaller tire (35 or less) than jcr's should be fine too.

also nates can be a pain in the ass to get from him as he is not the best with customer service

it will be for a 33 with a 35 then maybe a 37 in the future
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nates is a lot cheaper and imo stronger as far as the tire carrier is concerned.

but like i said you will have some getting one from nate that you wont have with jcr. nate will make it and such but it can take a while to get it.
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Old May 31st, 2009, 11:41 AM   #5
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Here is another option for you. http://cootersoffroad.com/rearbumpers.html

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You just missed a killer sale on our rear carriers. If you want one, I can probably extend the sale price to you. Just give us a holler if you have any questions.
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You just missed a killer sale on our rear carriers. If you want one, I can probably extend the sale price to you. Just give us a holler if you have any questions.
what were they goin 4? and im not quite ready for a bumper but will be within the next month im just looking 4 now
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I will get you those pics tonight of the latch and bearing.
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