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Re:After market front and rear bumpers

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21 Jun 2020 04:01 #223807 by Old Neil
I have a 2000 year jimny and looking for after market bumpers, any help would be much appreciated Neil

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21 Jun 2020 06:25 #223808 by Lambert
Arb definitely does a front but I am not sure if there is a rear but they are heavy and expensive. There are also the China export ones on Ebay and such but they tend to be a bit one size fits none which is only really a couple of steps away from building your own. I only know about the western Australia situation from watching the likes of Ronny Dahl and Andrew St Pierre White on YouTube and what gets posted on here but there seems to be a fairly vibrant custom off road industry in and around Perth so someone is sure to do something cool.

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21 Jun 2020 06:37 #223809 by Old Neil

Lambert wrote: Arb definitely does a front but I am not sure if there is a rear but they are heavy and expensive. There are also the China export ones on Ebay and such but they tend to be a bit one size fits none which is only really a couple of steps away from building your own. I only know about the western Australia situation from watching the likes of Ronny Dahl and Andrew St Pierre White on YouTube and what gets posted on here but there seems to be a fairly vibrant custom off road industry in and around Perth so someone is sure to do something cool.

Thanks Lambert
I've been googling, seen pictures, even seen local jimny but couldn't find owner to ask
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21 Jun 2020 08:41 #223810 by RainerK
You could look at Horntools.com. www.horntools.com/stossstangen-andere-bo...ile-jimny/c-924.html

There is a rear bumper made of aluminum with 7kg and a steel one with spare wheel holder with 55kg.
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22 Jun 2020 20:10 #223877 by kirkynut
Try Rhino Ray.

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23 Jun 2020 01:19 #223885 by zukebob
Since you are in Australia you might try Genuin4X4 https://www.genuine4x4.com.au/ . They only show a front bumper now. They used to carry the rear bumper that you showed in the picture. You could contact them to see if they will have more at a later date. Otherwise, as Lambert said, Aliexpress would be an option.

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23 Jun 2020 03:09 #223886 by Rabid Rhino
I just fitted both Chinese front & rear ones.
First off there's a huge difference in the gauge of steel from front to rear but then the rear has to carry the spare.
Then no instructions, not a big deal for the rear but we just couldn't figure out where certain brackets went.... apart from in the bin.
One rear bracket had to be cut & re welded because it just wouldn't line up.
About 1/2" was trimmed of 24" of the back edge of the front to also get it to align.
I have photos somewhere.
In the end worth it as they both have "Jimny" in them

Looking for a nice clean and straight LHD Jimny..... Not any more.
Got one that seems to have been magnatized and driven through the "Big Jimny Bits" parts stores too quickly so it missed a few items.
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23 Jun 2020 03:14 #223887 by Rabid Rhino
I just fitted both Chinese front & rear ones.
First off there's a huge difference in the gauge of steel from front to rear but then the rear has to carry the spare.
Then no instructions, not a big deal for the rear but we just couldn't figure out where certain brackets went.... apart from in the bin.
One rear bracket had to be cut & re welded because it just wouldn't line up.
About 1/2" was trimmed of 24" of the back edge of the front to also get it to align.
I have photos somewhere.
In the end worth it as they both have "Jimny" in them

Looking for a nice clean and straight LHD Jimny..... Not any more.
Got one that seems to have been magnatized and driven through the "Big Jimny Bits" parts stores too quickly so it missed a few items.

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23 Jun 2020 11:54 #223894 by 300bhpton

Old Neil wrote:

Lambert wrote: Arb definitely does a front but I am not sure if there is a rear but they are heavy and expensive. There are also the China export ones on Ebay and such but they tend to be a bit one size fits none which is only really a couple of steps away from building your own. I only know about the western Australia situation from watching the likes of Ronny Dahl and Andrew St Pierre White on YouTube and what gets posted on here but there seems to be a fairly vibrant custom off road industry in and around Perth so someone is sure to do something cool.

Thanks Lambert
I've been googling, seen pictures, even seen local jimny but couldn't find owner to ask
Neil

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I think the front one is an Xrox:
www.outbackequipment.com.au/xrox-bull-ba...erra-no-bonnet-scoop
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