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Old 02-01-2020, 10:47 PM #31
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I'm less than 100miles from Louisville, what ballpark for the rear bumper? Less than $1,000, more than $1500??? Running a wilco myself and hate how far it sticks out
I spoke to him via email today, he said around $1.4k and is currently building one for his employee.
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Just following up here... Thanks for all the encouragement, started a build thread and just posted a pseudo write up on the rear swing outs if anyone is interested. It's not perfect but at least shows how much of a pain in the ass it was, ha!

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Very helpful thread, looking to get something slim but some of these are sick!
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Just following up here... Thanks for all the encouragement, started a build thread and just posted a pseudo write up on the rear swing outs if anyone is interested. It's not perfect but at least shows how much of a pain in the ass it was, ha!

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Thanks for posting this. Definitely helps my mind juices flow for tackling a similar version of this when it gets above freezing here in WI...
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If you are handy with a welder at all or want to learn, the most cost effective option would be the bumper kit from Coastal Offroad. I have both front and rear bumpers from them on my 1999 Tacoma and plan on going that route for the 4runner as well.

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Wow very similar to my bumper. lol

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I talked to the guys at LFD yesterday and was told they are going to have a rear bumper for the 4th gen ready for Expo West.
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Here was my take on a rear bumper. Its a fold down stinger style with latches that bolt through the tailgate into reinforced plate inside the door frame. The hinges are on the bumper welded to my rear frame. Decent.

Fold down tire carrier

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Here was my take on a rear bumper. Its a fold down stinger style with latches that bolt through the tailgate into reinforced plate inside the door frame. The hinges are on the bumper welded to my rear frame. Decent.

Fold down tire carrier

IMG_20191112_105520_851 by Lil Cobutt, on Flickr
The creator of my rear bumper made his like your due to size and weight of spare tire on his SAS Runner.

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I love my CBI dual swing out bumper.

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