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Brand New Line of Bumpers from GenRight!!

This is exciting stuff! The only criticism we hear of our bumpers is they cost too much.

So we've designed a brand new line of armor that is a bit simpler and the result is it's less expensive!!

These bumpers are available for pre-order and will ship in the next few weeks. We'll also have a new tire carrier and some sliders coming in the near future!

These bumpers are still Made in the USA.

Here are some drawings. Questions? Fire away.

Front: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=FBB8550





Rear: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=RBB8580





And don't forget, you can get 10% off any order on our website using code "grchrish". Certain restrictions apply.

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post #2 of 30 Old 03-06-2015, 08:39 AM
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JUST saw those posted on the Facebook page... I really like that rear bumper. I always loved the lines of the Genright bumpers with how close they tuck into the body.

What kind of tire carrier?

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JUST saw those posted on the Facebook page... I really like that rear bumper. I always loved the lines of the Genright bumpers with how close they tuck into the body.

What kinda of tire carrier?
No details on the tire carrier yet. I'll see what I can find out.

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What did you change to lower the price and weight?

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What did you change to lower the price and weight?
I didn't mention anything about weight. I'm pretty sure they are heavier than our other bumpers.

These are just a simpler design. No sunken winch on the front bumper, no cutout for a 42" tire on the rear bumper. Stuff like that.

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Honestly the front bumper isn't doing anything for me. It's almost too simple.

The rear bumper though looks pretty nice for the price.

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In addition...if there was an option to add a bullbar onto it I think that would finish it off.

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Serious question, what makes it cost $100 more than every other US made rear bumper with the same features? I am not busting yall, I really want to know what makes it superior.

Specifically referring to the rear.
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If that bumper was 399, they'd probably sell a shit load. Even for 499 it looks good, but at that price it kinda lacks the features of other bumpers around that price point.

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I'd be more willing to pay for one of your aluminum rears then to pay 500$ for a simple steel bumper with d-ring tabs on it. There are better looking options with more features for less or equal money out there. I like that your thinking about the cost effective guy but 500$ is more then I'd be willing to pay for something like that.
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You can save 10% on these bumpers (and all our GenRight products) on our website using code "GRCHRISH".

WE should have actual product images in the next few days. I'll share those when I get them!

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I didn't mention anything about weight. I'm pretty sure they are heavier than our other bumpers.

These are just a simpler design. No sunken winch on the front bumper, no cutout for a 42" tire on the rear bumper. Stuff like that.
Your website says the Fusion Rear Bumper is about 45 lbs and the regular bumper is about 50 lbs.

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Here you go gents.......................................

We just lowered the prices on all 3 new bumpers! I like to be transparent. Powdercoating WAS standard. It's now an option. The lower prices are for raw bumpers. Powdercoating is a $100 option.

Front Bumper, now $299: http://www.genright.com/productinfo....ductID=FBB8550


Rear Bumper, now $399: http://www.genright.com/productinfo....ductID=RBB8580


Rear Stubby Bumper, now $299: http://www.genright.com/productinfo....ductID=RBB8260

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Stubby Aluminum Rear:

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Aaaaaand nailed it.

Chris, you guys hit a home run.

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Got any pics with the bumpers on jeeps?


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Not yet. Stay tuned. Coming soon. We were getting ready for Easter Jeep Safari!!

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You mean jeep beach right? Lol


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I cant wait forever lol. Probably a great bumper but need to see it mounted.
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I want to order but not going to order until I see it mounted. Got money burning a hole in my pocket so might go with something else.
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I emailed Genright requesting pictures of their stubby rear, and they said it was "too new" which is asinine to me because it's been on their website for months. I love their front bumpers and fenders and tire carrier. The quality of their aluminum products is leagues ahead of most others but how do you design, fabricate/prototype, mass produce and market a bumper without ever actually putting it on a Jeep and taking a picture?

This probably comes across as harsh because...internet...but I am actually a huge fan, just frustrated.
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I emailed Genright requesting pictures of their stubby rear, and they said it was "too new" which is asinine to me because it's been on their website for months. I love their front bumpers and fenders and tire carrier. The quality of their aluminum products is leagues ahead of most others but how do you design, fabricate/prototype, mass produce and market a bumper without ever actually putting it on a Jeep and taking a picture?

This probably comes across as harsh because...internet...but I am actually a huge fan, just frustrated.
x2 I have money burning a hole in my pocket but not waiting anymore. I might regret it when I see it but lots of other nice stuff out there.
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I just wish I could afford them! I have money burning a hole in my pocket too but I simply can't afford how much these cost.

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I just wish I could afford them! I have money burning a hole in my pocket too but I simply can't afford how much these cost.
$399 for the rear does not seem bad compared to many.
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