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    Default anyone use lod tire carrier?

    I was looking on lod's web site and their tire carrier rear bumper looks to be sturdy and at 450 ish its nice looking. 2 clevis hitches and a 2" reciever.

    So if anyone has some 1st hand exp with lod I'd love to hear about it

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    Pm 03Sahara. I'm pretty sure he had that one then switched to Bersrk's. I think he sold it to Nick, so you can pm him too.

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    Had one on my 98TJ, was a nice inexpensive, solid bumper. Not fancy, not a lot of bells and whistles but it did what I needed it to do, carry an oversized spare and give a couple of recover points on the back.

    Now if I was to reccomend something it would be Eddies bumpers(BSERK). Overengineered, super heavy-duty, and can't beat the price. Top notch workmanship too. Uses all the right components and can tweak it however you want. Goundpounder Fab is his Ebay store.

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    I have their front and rear bumpers and they are made great! They can take a lot off road use and they install very easy too!



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    I have one and it has worked out very well and it held up to pulling stumps out and it is well worth the money. I will buy another one when I get another jeep and pluse they are made about 20 min from my house.
    04 tj, 2" rusty lift, lod rear tire swing and bumper custom front bumper w/ aircraft landing lights and 32" cooper discovery stt

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