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Any Experience with Poison Spyder Bumpers?

I don't plan to drop the coin on it just yet, but I am considering the Poison Spyder Rock Brawler II in black. For now, the shop is putting back on a take off stock bumper in the rear. Anyone have this bumper? Pics? Reviews?

EDIT: I'm looking at the standalone bumper without the spare tire carrier as I am already getting the HD hinged adjustable carrier from Teraflex.


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They make good stuff...i will putting mine on in a couple weeks

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I have several friends that have Poison Spyder Rock Brawler ll bumpers on their JK's and they don't complain , they are happy with their choice .
Mine is the older version , their products are beef and hold up well to the most abusive of users , if you like the way it looks , go for it you won't be disappointed .
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I have PS BFH front and back on my LJ.
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Great bumpers! Great body armor and rock sliders too!
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On my shopping list for my next upgrade...so interested in any opinions. Thx


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I liked my front bumper a lot. The bumper was solid and had really nice lines. I sold it and put the evo 1/4 with stinger on it. I occasionally wish I just went with the PSC stinger bumper (had the brawler bar first). Id recommend PSC over others.

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I have the original Brawler on mine. The II has the integrated hitch and sticks out a bit further but otherwise the same. Solid piece (I've dropped mine on rocks many a times) and easy to install.
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I liked my front bumper a lot. The bumper was solid and had really nice lines. I sold it and put the evo 1/4 with stinger on it. I occasionally wish I just went with the PSC stinger bumper (had the brawler bar first). Id recommend PSC over others.
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I have the original Brawler on mine. The II has the integrated hitch and sticks out a bit further but otherwise the same. Solid piece (I've dropped mine on rocks many a times) and easy to install.
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Poison Spyder is one of the premier armor companies in our industry. They make great products and they offer a crazy 5 year warranty on their powder coat. You can't go wrong.


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Poison Spyder is one of the premier armor companies in our industry. They make great products and they offer a crazy 5 year warranty on their powder coat. You can't go wrong.
What? I thought Poison Spyder doesn't powder coat anything, citing that it might get damaged in shipping as the reason... Is Poison Spyder powder coating a very new thing?
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Poison Spyder is one of the premier armor companies in our industry. They make great products and they offer a crazy 5 year warranty on their powder coat. You can't go wrong.
What? I thought Poison Spyder doesn't powder coat anything, citing that it might get damaged in shipping as the reason... Is Poison Spyder powder coating a very new thing?
When the guy at my shop told me which brands of bumpers to look at, he said Poison Spyder came unfinished and powder coating would be extra. Not sure if PS does the powder coating as an option or if he was going to have his guy coat them.

However, I've seen the Rock Brawler II on PS's website available in black.
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Poison Spyder has been offering product with their Spydershell coating for a long time now. It was released as an option at SEMA a couple years ago and there is solid stock on the powder coated parts now.
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Poison Spyder has been offering product with their Spydershell coating for a long time now. It was released as an option at SEMA a couple years ago and there is solid stock on the powder coated parts now.
Marcus is always right!!

I run PSC on my junk, Brawler Lite II w/Carrier in the back and Brawler Lite in the front, no complaints so far. I purchased them before they offered the powder coating, first powder coater apparently was a crack/meth head and after about 1.5 years it started flaking up in spots. Second powder coater appears to be better but time will tell.

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That's the same thing I run. Teraflex carrier and PS Brawler bumper.
Very happy with their bumper. Get the LED back-up lamps and ask if they can send you a bumper with the hole for their tire carrier filled. When I purchased mine it had the hole for their tire carrier in it....

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That's the same thing I run. Teraflex carrier and PS Brawler bumper.
Very happy with their bumper. Get the LED back-up lamps and ask if they can send you a bumper with the hole for their tire carrier filled. When I purchased mine it had the hole for their tire carrier in it....
Great feedback. Thanks!!
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I just put a Rock Brawler II full width rear bumper on last week and a Brawler full width front bumper on the week before. I got them in bare metal so I could paint. Poison Spyder quality and fitment is still great.
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Not the best picture but you get the idea.
That's a 37" tire.


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I have the PS Brawler lite front w the gusseted hoop + front skid plate and have been very happy with it.
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Not the best picture but you get the idea.
That's a 37" tire.

Love it!!
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