Copy. It is a bit confusing how they have them listed on the website. I did order the trail series 2. If you open up the tire carrier page it will show that bumper and carrier are included for the price.
I may have opted for the AEV rear had it been available, but I’m also good with the E1 bumper.
Expedition One tire carrier and bumper is about $1500. Add the accessories and can reach $2200. That’s where I’m at, with powder coat, brake/Lic plate relo, hi-lift mount, fuel pax mount, lights and sensor mounts.
I started out with 87 octane and ran that for first 7000 miles. Since then I’ve been using 91. I’m at 8500 miles now and I can’t say there is a noticeable difference. Since my JLUR is not a daily driver and is weighed down with a bunch of stuff I decided to go with 91 since it’s a turbo. I’m...
Although expensive, these bumpers are probably priced along the lines of what consumers are willing to pay for AEV bumpers.
I ordered the Expedition One rear bumper and tire carrier. By the time I added all the accessories and mounts, I was at over $2k.
I listed mine for $750 for all five and took the first $600. It sold in less than an hour on OfferUp. It had about 8500 miles. I realized I could have gotten a little more but wanted them gone ASAP. My point is that the price range varies depending on seller motivation. In SoCal they range from...