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I'm like you, never done it before, but that hasn't stopped me from doing other stuff. :rofl:

Anyway I saw someone do a cardboard mach up on their XJ. This is a great idea as it allows you to get the exact look you want, then you can use the cardboard as a template for the pieces you'll need to cut out.

Of course this means taking the current bumper off.

It involves the use of duck tape, so you know it has to be good.

I suspect that someone like AJs (ajsoffroadarmor.net) could take your templates and build the custom bumper for you.
 

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For the money... the XJ Bckbone is a good start.
Especially, for someone that doesn't have the know-how or capability (work area/tools) to fabricate a bumper.

Gives a winch plate and 2 recovery points.
As long as you can use a saw or grinder...you're golden.

I have seen some run the Backbone and not re-install the bumper.
 

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I made mine out of tube but I have a tubing bender. What dimensions do you need and I can see if I have them on my bend tech pro.
 

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For the money... the XJ Bckbone is a good start.
Especially, for someone that doesn't have the know-how or capability (work area/tools) to fabricate a bumper.

Gives a winch plate and 2 recovery points.
As long as you can use a saw or grinder...you're golden.

I have seen some run the Backbone and not re-install the bumper.
I've heard this before. It's a good idea, and Mark's stuff is really nice.
 
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