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Spyders, Medievil Door Racks, & Cali Swap Meet

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Date Added: 05/23/2010

Poison Spyder - BFH Rear Bumpers, Medievil - THE HALBERD? DOOR RACK, & GenRight Off-Road Swap Meet in Cali.

MAY 20, 2010 ? BANNING, CA ? Poison Spyder Customs expands its popular BFH? line of hard-core Jeep bumpers with the new BFH? rear bumpers for Jeep JK and other models.
Like Poison Spyder?s BFH? front bumpers, the new rear bumpers are designed for those hardcore four-wheelers who value strength, simplicity and function. These bumpers are literally ?Built For the Hammers? with the best ground clearance and departure angle possible. The BFH? rear bumper is no wider than the Jeep?s rear body tub, with angled facets to improve its ability to slide over the rocks. The BFH? bumper is CNC laser-cut from high strength 3/16? plate steel, then precision brake-formed for an exact fit.

Optional heavy duty recovery shackle tabs are CNC machined from 1? thick plate steel, shaped to match the profile of the BFH? bumper so it won?t catch on the rocks. They accept common 3/4? heavy duty recovery shackles (available separately from Poison Spyder). Rear BFH? bumpers are available initially for Jeep JK models, with TJ/LJ, YJ and CJ versions to be released soon. Also available in the near future will be a fold-down tire carrier similar to Poison Spyder?s ?Rear Stinger? tire carriers in style and function.

?This bumper?s not for everyone,? admits Poison Spyder?s president Larry McRae, ?in fact, it was originally built not as a production item, but for my personal JK. We designed it to stand up to the type of hard-core wheeling that I do. On my Jeep with 40? tires, we get about a 60° departure angle?we know of no other bumper on the market that does that on a JK! The BFH is built purely for performance with emphasis on strength, high clearance and light weight, with hardly any attention paid to the bells and whistles that complicate typical rear bumper systems.? Indeed, Larry doesn?t even carry a spare so there was no provision for a tire carrier in the initial design. ?We?ll have a Stinger tire carrier for it soon,? Larry says, also noting that Poison Spyder will have a more mass-appeal full featured rear bumper system on the market soon.

More information about Poison Spyder BFH? bumpers can be found on the Poison Spyder Customs website at www.poisonspyder.com. Questions about this or any other Poison Spyder products, or requests for high-resolution images, may be directed to Dusty Sharp via email at dusty@poisonspyder.com or by phone at (951) 849-5911.

The doors have always come off of Jeeps, but until now no one has addressed what to do with them once they are removed.

Attempting to store them inside the vehicle is dangerous, and takes up valuable cargo and passenger space, not to mention scratching them when they rub against each other.

The alternatives aren't much better - leaving them somewhere chained to a tree or bike rack, lugging them up steps into an apartment or hotel, or being forced to drive in wet or cold weather because you left them at home. Worst of all is simply not taking them off when you really waned to.

All those problems are solved with the Halberd? Door Rack. The rack quickly and easily mounts to your roll bar using existing hardware. There is no cutting drilling or welding required, and it is easily removed in less time than it takes to put a soft top down.

The doors are held firmly to the rack in exactly the same way they are held on the vehicle itself - with 2 hinges. For added security they are also cradled by sturdy quick-release trays which mount to the body of the Jeep using exhausting holes.

Manufactured in the U.S. The Halberd? Door Rack is available exclusively from Medieval Door Systems.

For more information or dealer inquiries please call 717.554.3052 or visit www.TakeEmOff.com

3rd Annual Off-Road Swap Meet at GenRight Off-Road

Simi Valley, CA - May 11, 2010-

Here at GenRight Off-Road, we want to separate ourselves from other manufacturers and give something back to our customers & community by hosting an event where the average guy can come and buy or sell used Jeep parts for some extra cash! There will be Jeep enthusiasts from all over the Western U.S. on hand to sell their Jeeps and parts cheap! Are you looking for that hard to find item? Make sure to put this event on your calendar as there will be many hard to find items for all levels of Jeepers.

The 3rd annual consumer off-road swap meet will be held in the parking lot of GenRight Off-Road in Simi Valley, CA. The swap meet will be open from 7am to 2pm on Saturday June 26th, 2010, rain or shine. Make sure to bring the family and make a day of it! This Swap Meet is open to the public and FREE to shoppers. Sellers can reserve a single car parking lot spot for $10. All profits from space rentals will be donated to CORVA.

CALL Brian at 888-700-5373 to reserve a "spot" or email Mike at mike@genright.com.

IMPORTANT: Each person selling can fill one parking space full of stuff to sell (parts, accessories, full vehicles). One regular size parking spot per person, you can park one Jeep or drop a trailer full of parts.

Also, if your parts don?t sell and you would like to get rid of them, we will have a recycle bin on site for you to toss anything you do not want to haul home!

For more information and directions to the event feel free to visit http://www.genright.com/custom.aspx?id=13.

About GenRight Off-Road

GenRight Off-Road is an aftermarket automotive parts manufacturer located in Simi Valley, CA. Specializing in Jeeps, they produce suspension kits, gas tanks, body armor and sport cages. All of GenRight?s products are ?Made in the USA?. Tony Pellegrino, owner of GenRight Off-Road can be found showcasing his products on one of the GenRight Jeeps at events nationwide or competing in the King of the Hammers. GenRight Off-Road is located at 1816 Angus Ave., Unit A, Simi Valley, CA 93063. For more information about GenRight or to purchase their products, please visit their website at www.genright.com or call (888) 700-5373.

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