Dream Jeep: Part 3



Next up on my dream Jeep Wrangler 2006 LJ Rubicon list of parts are the Bumpers and Tire Carrier. The possibilities are endless in this class but I have been able to decide on one particular style. When I began comparing all the bumpers out there I kept seeing the design as this huge bumper that weight a lot and look they would be easy to get hanged up on. While it may be nice to have a massive bumper on the Jeep, it just isn’t my style. Things like gas mileage, vehicle weight, and approach angle mean a bigger deal to me than the little bit of add protection you gain.
Which is why T&T Customs has won me over because I like the approach angle, clean lines, and simplicity of their design. These bumpers are for Hard-Core off-road in mind, meaning they’re meant for some serious abuse. If you can even manage to hit them while off-road. Unlike many manufacturers, T&T Custom’s Front Bumpers has the Winch Mount, D-Ring Mounts, and Guardian tube standard on the front TJ bumper.

The Rear Bumper gets even better than the Front Bumper. T&T Custom’s designed the bumper so that it is flush with body, providing an excellent departure angle. The integration of the Brake lights, Two D-Ring mounts, and back-up lights into the bumper help finish off the design by saving you the time and effort on figuring out how to mount the them when a 37″ tire sits back there.

Hopefully you will agree with my reasoning on why I choose to go with  T&T Custom’s Bumpers, because otherwise you should leave a comment below. And next time I will talk about the Body armor and Sway-bar setup I will go with on my Dream Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon – LJ.
So till then, see ya on the Trails
Eric Schwarz.


  1. I LOVE the jeep! 🙂 p.s. do you have gravatars enabled for comments on your blog? I’ll see, that is if this comment is published. Thanks for creating such beautiful work. Love the template! (I do try out templates I like quite often, so if it changes you know why).

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