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Old 01-31-2023, 11:47 AM   #1
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UJoint rear bumper $3k WA excellent condition

Moving back to a regular bumper so I can carry a dirtbike behind:
Comes with the factory pelican 1650 case. Used for about 8 months, have the receipt. Get it now and save yourself shipping/wait time. If we coordinate I can even help you get it mounted.
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Old 01-31-2023, 07:58 PM   #2
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Where in WA? And is that pic of the 1650 case? Looks nice, but different than the ujoint site so wondering if it's any different.

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Old 01-31-2023, 09:17 PM   #3
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Where in WA? And is that pic of the 1650 case? Looks nice, but different than the ujoint site so wondering if it's any different.

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That picture is with the backwoods aluminum adventure box, I wasn't planning to sell it with that but for the right offer, I can also add it.

This bumper is the exact same as UJoint sells right now, I just took the pelican box out and added this one, it's a heck of a lot bigger and has a better latching mechanism. It also has an internal shelve and holds 2 traction boards on the side.

This is the bumper:
https://www.ujointoffroad.com/produc...d-rear-bumper/
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Right... location in Wa. and bolt pattern would be good info
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Old 01-31-2023, 11:28 PM   #5
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Right... location in Wa. and bolt pattern would be good info
Location Issaquah, 98027 bolt pattern 8*6.5, bolt pattern can easily be changed to whatever with the help of a grinder and a drill, is just a plate with holes and bolts tacked to it, you could even put another box in there if you wanted too
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This is still up for sale!
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Old 03-22-2023, 06:32 PM   #7
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What’s keeping you from being able to use a bike carrier with this bumper? I have a swing away tire carrier on the stock bumper and still get 2 dirt bikes on it. That box pictured would be too tall, but a regular sized aluminess swing away box I’d be able to use for my setup. Just hafta make sure the swing box wasn’t too tall for where your bars end up being.
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Hitch shank extension and Joe hauler worked great for me and cleared the aluminess box on my last van. Bars fit over the spare tire no problem.
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Whatís keeping you from being able to use a bike carrier with this bumper? I have a swing away tire carrier on the stock bumper and still get 2 dirt bikes on it. That box pictured would be too tall, but a regular sized aluminess swing away box Iíd be able to use for my setup. Just hafta make sure the swing box wasnít too tall for where your bars end up being.
It's not that I can't but it is impractical. Since I have the EB, my departure angle is reduced too much when using a hitch extension to clear the box + the rack hanging off of it.

I use the Ultimate MX hauler and love that thing, it gives me better departure than regular tray ones but it is still a big compromise for the roads I get into when venturing out.
As of right now, I'm using it without the swing arms to get the bike as close to the cab as possible for better departure. The arms are removable.
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