This is a great bumper for your CJ. This bumper looks great and works great. Please note that we combine shipping when you checkout online. The more you buy the cheaper it gets, per unit. Often, extra items have little affect on the overall costs.
What's new. You can buy the bumper and carrier separately. We thought we were finished and I called Big Daddy rar following day for some follow-up questions on why they did certain things, what we noticed, tell me more about this and that, and that sort of thing. Write a review and share your thoughts with other Jeepers. Listen to Vernon on Sundays from pm Mountain. Add to Wishlist.
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There is also Bug choice of bolt patterns for 5 on 4. The Big Daddy carrier is hinged on the left instead of the right Images of orlando bloom naked are most other bumpers that we have seen. Great Bumper! We Accept. Rear bumpers can be important. Old plastic bumper was damaged Captain swashbuckler adult someone in a parking lot, next time they won't drive off! Badass Dadry The frame was so bad that I was going to need a new one. Write a review and share your thoughts with other Jeepers. Big daddy rear bumper reason for this is so that when the carrier Big daddy rear bumper open, the Jeep tailgate does not bang against the carrier. Call Overall easy install. Turbo Steve. It's not a huge issue, but bars larger than 20" will require drilling and fabrication of brackets. The cool part, though, is that if you ever need bearings, these are standard model numbers and you can go to a parts house and buy those.
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Big Daddy Rear bumper and Tire carrier. Nov 11, Just picked one up, but I'm going to have to do some crossmember reconstruction in order to use it. I think I'm just going to build another one. Last edited: Dec 5, Last edited: Nov 13, Nov 12, Make me an offer.
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This is the point where Shawn and I noticed something was different. We wanted to see if everything was covered, so we did actually read them. I am very happy with it. With the additional weight of the open carrier it really leans. Turbo Steve. We Accept.
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The frame was so bad that I was going to need a new one. Besides the fact that my dog and I are fine, I got to go buy a new Jeep and start over. In addition, I get a chance to try some new products! Rear bumpers can be important. Seems as though everyone and their dog has an idea for a rear bumper. I also wanted something that was simple. I really did just want some thing that I could bolt on and then trust to do the job. I also wanted something just a little different and unique.
Here comes Big Daddy Offroad! The bumper came in one box and the tire carrier in a second box. Somewhere between North Carolina and Colorado the tire carrier box got a large hole in it.
I got lucky again. The folks at Big Daddy actually package all of the small bolts and brackets and things in a box all their own, so no parts were lost. I have had other similar products where they just throw the loose bags-o-bolts into the box without much thought.
Had that been the case here, more than likely, the things needed would not have been there. I got lucky last year when Rockcrawler. We unboxed the bumper and carrier and, to my delight, found that there really is not much to this installation.
The folks at Big Daddy have really thought well of whom they want to make this bumper for. In business talk; they know their target market well. This whole system is designed for ease of installation and long-lasting durability. The product is made to last. I noticed that there were some parts that looked to unique to Big Daddy items, meaning not off-the-shelf. The hinge, the latch, the catch, even the plate that the tire mounts to was unique. In the pictures you will notice the brass-looking items actually, all those parts are zinc-plated are all unique to Big Daddy.
They actually make all the parts for these bumpers right there in-house. Each part is made with a purpose in mind. The cool part, though, is that if you ever need bearings, these are standard model numbers and you can go to a parts house and buy those. The carrier bearings are in a sealed housing, so there is no need for continual greasing.
The unit comes already packed with grease and is ready to go. Most other carriers that I have seen have zerks and need to be cleaned up from time to time. The last carrier I bought needed to be greased at assembly. We read through the instructions.
Yes, for most folks the installation is so simple that they will never need to even look at the instructions. We wanted to see if everything was covered, so we did actually read them.
The Bumper The first step was to read through all of the instructions once before installation! The bumper itself is very nicely thought out. For the Wrangler Unlimited with their additional length behind the rear tires, I was somewhat worried about the potential to land on boulders with that rear quarter panel.
The Rock Rear Plus Bumper actually wraps around under the tub to protect that area. The bumper has a receiver in the middle and two D-ring tabs welded into the bumper right where the bumper mounts to the frame, which would be the strongest location on the bumper. These things are beefy - I mean they are fully-boxed steel bumpers. The Rock Rear Plus Bumper also comes with posts for corner protection.
I noted something about the receiver on the bumper. Some receiver pins do not fit in the pin hole, as the hole is very tight. The down side is that you might need to be particular about which pin you use. Big Daddy supplies short bolts for fastening the frame stiffeners to the frame. You need to be nimble fingered to get those nuts in there and onto the bolt. The Tire Carrier A nice thing about the Big Daddy instructions is that right up front you get a parts list to compare against the parts that actually arrived.
I always recommend going over this list before you actually start the work in case something is missing. Low center of gravity adn extremely strong hinges make for a tight and squeak free carrier.
Not sure what to think of the corner posts. I've never backed into anything and I've nevered strapped to them to keep me from tipping.
I guess in the right circumstance, they would come in handy - for now, they simply distinguish the bumper from all the others out there. I am NOT happy with the hi-Lift carrier attachment. I can't seem to get it from squeaking so I've taken it off until i figure out a better solution.
This review is the subjective opinion of a JeepReviews user and not of JeepReviews. Excellent fit and finish. All the necessary hardware and instructions were there. Installation was a breeze by myself but it would be more fun with a helper.
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Help Remember Me? What's New? Results 1 to 9 of 9. Thread: Big Daddy off road rear bumper. Do you like it? If so do you have any pics of the bumper on your jeep. This is a picture of it without the tire carrier. It is on my Unlimited. I'll grab a picture of it with the tire carrier on later today. Big Daddy make good chit. PM Hippie I think he is looking to get rid of his shortly.
I pulled a grand out of an ice hole, and he was up to his doors in 6" thick ice. It's pretty solid. My gas tank normally catches things before the bumper. The hitch put a pretty nice divot on a three foot drop, but that was permafrost not rock. The thing I really like about the carrier is it keeps the tire at an angle and puts it down lower so visibility out the back is about the same as it was with a stock tire.
This is me pulling the grand out, but you can't really see the bumper I'll snag one tomorrow. This is what I pulled the grand through, but it's me going through it. Navigation Menu. Current Trail Talk. All times are GMT The time now is AM. All rights reserved. Copyright Colorado4x4.