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Old 10-05-2011, 02:08 PM
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Default NEW Toyota FJ60/62 Landcruiser winch bumpers





Addicted Offroad is proud to release our new FJ60 & FJ62 Land Cruiser front winch bumper. This bumper includes an integrated winch mount as well as D-ring shackle mounts for recovery purposes. We include a new .250 wall mounting cross-member that gets welded into place. This allows you to box in the front section of frame, increasing the strength of your frame, as well as increasing your approach angle. Our bumper will then bolt to it. Bumper ships unpainted.

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Old 10-05-2011, 03:26 PM
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That looks really cool, I like it! How does the semi rigid ladder frame still flex in the front with a welded cross member?
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That looks really cool, I like it! How does the semi rigid ladder frame still flex in the front with a welded cross member?
The crossmember is .250 wall C channel so it will still allow the frame to twist slightly.

We have a few reinforcement gussets in it as well.
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I like it! Wanna do one like that for an 80 Series?
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I like it! Wanna do one like that for an 80 Series?
Sure. We can do that.
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Old 10-07-2011, 12:53 PM
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The crossmember is .250 wall C channel so it will still allow the frame to twist slightly.

We have a few reinforcement gussets in it as well.
Nice! Great answer!!!!
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Do you..or can you make your tube doors for a '73 fj40, there's ones out there..but wow are they pricey..
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