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Fab Fours 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Winch Bumper

Article written by Fab Fours (Press Release) / Comments by MoabJeeper

Date Added: 08/19/2006

In case you haven't surfaced from under your rock in a year, the FJ Cruiser is back; and Fab Fours is stepping up to get this Cruiser ready to play!

A stubby, stylish, high clearance winch bumper with integrated D-Ring mounts. Design is focused on it's strength and rock-clearing abilities. Designed to be the ultimate in functionally-stylish front end protection, the Fab Fours front winch bumper will set the new standard in truck customization.

This bumper enhances the visual impact of the Toyota truck while remaining lightweight and staying close to the filling the "stock envelope." Tapered sides and bottom slide off obstacles. Light cut-outs and Hella 90mm fog and 60mm turn indicator lights are included with the bumper! Warn 9.5 winch ready.

3/16" construction thoughout. 1" D-Ring mounts

Fab Fours textured powder coat finished in black.

L 67" H 19" W 19" 128LB

For more information, or to purchase this bumper contact...


Fab Fours Inc.
1166 S. Skylane #3
Durango, CO 81303
Toll Free:(866) 385-1905
Local: (970) 385-1905
Fax: (970) 385-1914

Final Thoughts

During Easter Jeep Safari 2006, MoabJeeper Magazine saw first hand the damage that happens to the stock front bumper of the new FJ Cruiser when wheeled in Moab. We suspect this bumper will be a welcome replacement to the inadequate stock one.

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