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Old November 13th, 2009, 08:18 AM
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Whoo makes dis?

Anyone know who makes this bumper? What brands/types of winches fit? Thanks! -Jay
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Old November 13th, 2009, 08:34 AM
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that's a rockware. they can be built to fit whatever winch you want.


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Old November 13th, 2009, 08:37 AM
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Thanks for the help Ren. I'll check out their website for contact info. Hopefully if I email the pic they'll be able to tell which winch model it was made for.
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Old November 13th, 2009, 08:45 AM
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they all have that tray mount and any 8-10k lb winch that mounts foot down should fit, though you may need to drill some holes if it is other than the 4.5 x 10 bolt pattern. the 8274 mounts obivously are different since they mount with the bolts facing forward. hope that makes sense. is that your vehicle/bumper or one you are intending to purchase?




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Thanks for the help Ren. I'll check out their website for contact info. Hopefully if I email the pic they'll be able to tell which winch model it was made for.
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Old November 13th, 2009, 08:55 AM
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Dang!

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they all have that tray mount and any 8-10k lb winch that mounts foot down should fit, though you may need to drill some holes if it is other than the 4.5 x 10 bolt pattern. the 8274 mounts obivously are different since they mount with the bolts facing forward. hope that makes sense. is that your vehicle/bumper or one you are intending to purchase?
The mounts are forward only, not underneath on the 8274? I just bought one of these and will be fitting it to my Rockware (which has the 4.5x10 bolt pattern). So I expected to have to trim the front grill but also expected it to have mounting holes on the bottom.
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Old November 13th, 2009, 09:30 AM
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You are going to need a new bumper or a new winch. My old Rockware 8274 bumper is listed in classified for sale by emiller.
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Grrr. I belabor getting a winch for years and then finally decide to pull the trigger thinking I can't go wrong with the much coveted 8274. LOL
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Old November 13th, 2009, 10:09 AM
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Grrr. I belabor getting a winch for years and then finally decide to pull the trigger thinking I can't go wrong with the much coveted 8274. LOL
Ehh...nah. You can unload that Rock Ware here pretty darn quickly. That 8274 is so cool it's worth switching bumpers for! Come on- do it and post some pics so we can live vicariously through you!
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Old November 13th, 2009, 11:21 AM
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Charles you of all people could mod that bumper to hold the 8274.


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Grrr. I belabor getting a winch for years and then finally decide to pull the trigger thinking I can't go wrong with the much coveted 8274. LOL
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Old November 13th, 2009, 11:23 AM
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Charles you of all people could mod that bumper to hold the 8274.
I'll have to see, but it's got this nice shiny powdercoat that would be impossible to touch up I think.
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Old November 13th, 2009, 12:27 PM
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Let me know if you might be selling your bumper if you decide to get a different bumper for your winch

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I'll let you know if I go that route but rijosho is first in line.

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Let me know if you might be selling your bumper if you decide to get a different bumper for your winch

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Old November 13th, 2009, 01:02 PM
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I'll let you know if I go that route but rijosho is first in line.

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Thats cool. I can always wait till I break my crap. So rijosho...finally buying a defender . Let me know if you need a place to wrench (and a helping hand) - Not so far from NYC.
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Ok. Now we're getting somewhere. We've sold Charles' bumper. Now we have to help him get another. I'm thinking a galvanized 8274 h.d. bumper from Ike @ Pangolin. (it's fun spending someone else's money!)
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Ok. Now we're getting somewhere. We've sold Charles' bumper. Now we have to help him get another. I'm thinking a galvanized 8274 h.d. bumper from Ike @ Pangolin. (it's fun spending someone else's money!)
LOL. Easy now. Let me see what this thing looks like and then I'll decide. I like my bumper!
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I like my bumper!
x2. HAHA
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Old November 13th, 2009, 02:32 PM
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they all have that tray mount and any 8-10k lb winch that mounts foot down should fit, though you may need to drill some holes if it is other than the 4.5 x 10 bolt pattern. the 8274 mounts obivously are different since they mount with the bolts facing forward. hope that makes sense. is that your vehicle/bumper or one you are intending to purchase?
ok Ren. I didn't answer you because I was afraid I'd jinx it- but that's the bumper on the D90 I JUST BOUGHT!!!!!
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ok Ren. I didn't answer you because I was afraid I'd jinx it- but that's the bumper on the D90 I JUST BOUGHT!!!!!
Congrats! More pictures please
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Congrats! Just bought it today?!
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Old November 13th, 2009, 05:04 PM
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Well that's what I was told- made out the cashiers check for the agreed amount. Then the dealership called around to all the other prospective buyers & told them what I agreed to pay. Someone offered more so they sold it to them. Guess I did jinx myself; took them @ their word...which was a mistake. Heading to bank to redeposit my check. Sometimes dealers suck.
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