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Hey Folks,

We're somewhat new on the forums. I wanted to extend a welcome and explain a bit about who we are. We're a Jeep aftermarket fabrication company, we design, manufacture, and source EVERYTHING here in the USA. Our site is all free shipping and comes with a commercial grade powder coating. We have lots to offer and are continually expanding our products. We'd be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding our products. Here's a few pictures to get things rolling, what do ya think!! Our site has more pictures and information: www.tptfabspec.com
 

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Interesting fitment and welds
Glad you mention those! Fitment is precise and consistent. Everything is CNC laser cut, to achieve that.

And the welds...well, let's just say that they're not the "buttered popcorn and toffee" kind!

All of our products are assembled and welded by hand. All of the parts in the assembly are American sourced. What does that mean? That means we're not playing on words like it is so commonly done these days with some major manufacturers. "Assembled in USA" is NOT Made in USA necessarily.

Our products are all Made in USA, period. We design everything in-house as well.

Thanks for your time!

PM us anytime with any questions!

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Just helped install this one today. Looks great with the available option for 2 flush-mount KOR (Krawl Off-Road) LED cubes.
 

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Nice to see you using "real world" jeeps and not damm mall princess jeeps without a scratch on them. Well except for that one from CT. 0:)
 

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Heads up! We got some of our processes nailed down and can offer the rear carriers at an even more affordable price! Standard carrier AND the Cage are BOTH.....UNDER 1000! This ain't no sale, this is TPT doing right by our customers!

check out the site for our new official pricing: www.tptfabspec.com

That's right guys, American made quality and toughness offered at the same price as that Chinese JUNK! We're the real deal, you can't go wrong....and now you have no excuse :p

We also just gave you the chance of a lifetime....don't have the lie to the wife now, all you say is "it's 200 bucks off right now!" How can she say no?!

As always this is free shipping + powder coated

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Nice to see you using "real world" jeeps and not damm mall princess jeeps without a scratch on them. Well except for that one from CT. 0:)
just because they don't have a scratch does not mean they are mall princesses. :)
I know at least one TPT has done the dusy and never got a scratch lol.
This is one of those bumpers that look way better in person than they do in photos.



You can also mount them reusing your factory hooks if you don't feel like drilling out your factory horns.
 

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Nice to see you using "real world" jeeps and not damm mall princess jeeps without a scratch on them. Well except for that one from CT. 0:)
Haha...Ken does have a couple of scratches on his front bumper that I know of...but I'll leave you to get the story from him :D
 

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just because they don't have a scratch does not mean they are mall princesses. :)
I know at least one TPT has done the dusy and never got a scratch lol.
This is one of those bumpers that look way better in person than they do in photos.



You can also mount them reusing your factory hooks if you don't feel like drilling out your factory horns.
Only potential issue I can think of with using the OEM hooks is that a stinger bumper MAY have a clearance issue between the hook and the stinger...it leans out there pretty good. Maybe.
 

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just because they don't have a scratch does not mean they are mall princesses. :)
I know at least one TPT has done the dusy and never got a scratch lol.
This is one of those bumpers that look way better in person than they do in photos.



You can also mount them reusing your factory hooks if you don't feel like drilling out your factory horns.
that was a joke with Kjeeper.
 

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Only potential issue I can think of with using the OEM hooks is that a stinger bumper MAY have a clearance issue between the hook and the stinger...it leans out there pretty good. Maybe.
Just one more reason to leave the stinger off :).
Rich came by and we put his hooks on too. Looks awesome in person with the factory tow hooks.

We are leaving for Moab in 4 days you still have time LOL.
 

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Just one more reason to leave the stinger off :).
Rich came by and we put his hooks on too. Looks awesome in person with the factory tow hooks.

We are leaving for Moab in 4 days you still have time LOL.
You are sooooooo wrong for that! Haha! Man I wish I could join you guys up there. Definitely in for the Colorado thing in Aug. Let me know soon as you have the dates for that.
 

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Did we mention we have tramp stamps in 3 options?? Most popular these days is the fully loaded one with a 3rd brake light and license plate mounting provisions...probably cause it's so affordable!

Check it out: https://tptfabspec.com/jeep-accessories
 

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TPT Singlewide Front Bumper Fits Warn Zeon!

Sumbitch it fits. I was shocked, frankly. Our recessed winch mount is fairly deep down, and never figured a Zeon winch would fit. A customer came by today to see, and BAM!

Does require a double stack of 1/2" spacers (1" total), vacuum pump relocation (2012+), and a very small trim on the inner top corner of the frame horn mounting surface.

We'll post up pics of it on the Jeep and what and where you have to trim tomorrow evening. Here's the winch bolted into the bumper.
 

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