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post #1 of 139 Old 11-19-2009, 07:27 AM Thread Starter
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Aberle OffRoad 2nd. Generation Aluminum Bumper

Aberle OffRoad is happy to introduce the second generation Cast Aluminum JK Bumper. Ready to ship, E-Mail Mike aberleoffroad@yahoo.com, or visit our website aberleoffroad.com for more information. Thanks












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post #2 of 139 Old 11-19-2009, 07:34 AM
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now thats pretty

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Wow, good work on that. The light placement in the hoop is neat!
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That looks killer fellas! Great to see them finished. Now you just got to get them on some better looking Jeeps than Seth's.

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i really like the bumper without the hoop

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Very nice bumper, dont have my mind made up on the hoop quite yet. Does the price on the website include the hoop? If it does how much for the bumper without it?
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What about a fairlead for the winch line.. wouldnt it ruin or rub off.. or does Cast Aluminum bumpers not need one.. pardon my stupidity.

Is there going to be a stinger version?


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Looks good. The tow points need painted IMO... draws your eyes to them rather than the bumper.

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What about a fairlead for the winch line.. wouldnt it ruin or rub off.. or does Cast Aluminum bumpers not need one.. pardon my stupidity.
Looks like the bumper is specifically made for synthetic lines.

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Looks good. The tow points need painted IMO... draws your eyes to them rather than the bumper.



Looks like the bumper is specifically made for synthetic lines.
That makes sense.. Thanks.


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that is SICK

i love it, anyone want to buy my shrockworks stubby???
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Love it!

Any buyers for my LoD signature series front bumper?



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Looks good!

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Any buyers for my LoD signature series front bumper?


Shorty? and how much are you willing to part it for?
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Check this thread for answers to a lot of your questions about these bumpers:

The New Aberle Jk aluminum bumper

FYI...I need this, not want, NEED!

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Looks good Aberle! Definitely unique! It will be high on my list of considerations when the time is right!

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Very nice, can't run stubbies in NJ though unfortunately.
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Ok, the hoop is cool. I want one! My bumper doesn't really look all that different from that one, but that hoop is cool. How does it mount to the bumper and what is the cost? I'd be interested in mounting that hoop to my bumper...
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really nice bumper. clean looking.
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Looks great i like it!

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Call me stupid but how do you pronounce your company name LOL?
Is it Aaa-bur-ul, Aaa-ber-lee, A-burly etc....

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Looks great i like it!

sidenote:
Call me stupid but how do you pronounce your company name LOL?
Is it Aaa-bur-ul, Aaa-ber-lee, A-burly etc....
Yeah we get that alot, but Aberle is our last name and it is German in origin. There is two ways to pronounce it, but we pronounce it "A-BURR-LEE", (say the A).

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How much do they weigh?


I like how the hoop curve matches the hood line.

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How much do they weigh?


I like how the hoop curve matches the hood line.
do a little research.. right off their website..
Weighs between 62.3 to 62.5 pounds.


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do a little research.. right off their website..
Weighs between 62.3 to 62.5 pounds.
After doing very little research I have discovered that this is indeed a dick answer

Maybe we should all just delete this thread, or the whole forum for that matter. No need to openly discuss products in a common place. We could just go to the manufacturers web sites instead.

I appreciate that you found the information on their site and shared it here when I asked the question. But the way you did it, well.....

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I didnt mean it in a mean way at all...


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I didnt mean it in a mean way at all...
Thanks

...and I really did mean "thanks" for the info.

Does anyone know the weights of other comparable bumpers?

I've build almost a dozen of my own Jeeps and would really prefer to keep the weight down on the JK. The more weight you add the harder it is to pull/push/drag that weight up and over obstacles. It also has a negative effect on the on road performance where most of us spend most of out time.

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