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Regular Brawler lite or mid width at full stuff

Trying to decide between the regular length Poison Spyder Brawler lite and the mid width length. I want to make sure I will have the tire clearance at full stuff. Does any one have pics of their Brawler lite mid width at full stuff running 35's?? Anyone having issues with tire rubbing with the mid width version?
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I am running RK 2.5 coils, factory flares, stock wheels with 2 inch spacer wrapped in 35 inch BFG KM2's.

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Does anyone with this bumper stuff their tires?


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Does anyone with this bumper stuff their tires?
YUP !

I have since swapped this bumper out for the BFH, but this was a Brawler Lite Mid Width with Brawler Bar and Disxo Skid !

Here ya go ! Nt sure if you are looking for a full stuff at full turn, but the tires are not going to hit the midwidth bumper on 35's






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Thanks for the reply gents. Did either one of you have any issues with rocks contacting the lower corner of the grill? For around $50 more, I could get the mid width to make sure it is protected.

Any other opinions on these regular length Brawler vs. mid width version Brawler? I

know guys on here have 'em...


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I just looked at the Poison Spyder website for about an hour.....I think I know what I'm getting. Anyone have an opinion?


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The mid width offers some great protection for the entire grill area.. never had anything article the grill that the bumpers wouldn't cover as there is very little area of the grill left unprotected, and its pretty rare to get a rock hitting that area.

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I have the Brawler lite on my Jeep with a 2.5 X factor on 37's. I have stuffed it several times and never hit anything, still have full turn at full stuff also. Have never had anything hit the lower edge of the grill either. Dont any pictures stuffed with full turn but it will do it.



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