Maximus-3 JL Classic Hoop

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I did a quick video on this if anyone is interested:

I think you need to make the video pubic - got a message saying to ask for permission to view
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@Maximus-3 GREAT product. The classic hoop feels robust and, at 2.5“ is much beefier than the others I considered. Installation was straight forward and it feels like it can really take a hit and protect the grill and lights. I think this is one of my best upgrades and certainly a favorite.

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@Maximus-3 GREAT product. The classic hoop feels robust and, at 2.5“ is much beefier than the others I considered. Installation was straight forward and it feels like it can really take a hit and protect the grill and lights. I think this is one of my best upgrades and certainly a favorite.

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Appreciate the review @Kenny. We are extremely proud of our high quality, American made, bolt-on accessories.
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Does anyone have any pics of the classic hoop on the bumper with the end caps removed, ideally with driving lights in between?
 

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All finished! Took longer than anticipated due to the U-clip removal but finally got it. Also, for anyone with a larger winch like the warn zeon 10s, it is extremely tight to get the reinforcement brackets installed. i finally went out and bought ratcheting box end wrenches.

But I think worth it! The instructions say I could use the factory bolts if I wanted to but they are not long enough for the holes with the reinforcement bracket. Factory bolts would have looked better, but small detail! Thanks maximus 3 - given the quality of my first purchase from you, I'll likely be ordering more.

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Which winch cover did you use and how did you get it on inside the bumper?
 

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Which winch cover did you use and how did you get it on inside the bumper?
it's the standard synthetic warn brand one for the zeon 10s - you have to finesse it with your hand in keeping ti flat and hook the edge over on the bottom of the winch and your'e good. Super tight though.
 

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it's the standard synthetic warn brand one for the zeon 10s - you have to finesse it with your hand in keeping ti flat and hook the edge over on the bottom of the winch and your'e good. Super tight though.
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it's the standard synthetic warn brand one for the zeon 10s - you have to finesse it with your hand in keeping ti flat and hook the edge over on the bottom of the winch and your'e good. Super tight though.
I have the Warn Stealth cover with the Maximus-3 winch plate, JL Tow hooks, and stealth cover plates. I tried fitting the cover on to no luck. Wondering if I need to pull the bumper to get it on? I have a Zeon 10-S also.
 

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Does the classic hoop with the slant orientated towards the back obstruct the view of the forward-facing trail cam? I saw on the gladiator forum of a member posting a photo of his JT with the classic hoop slanted forward and visibility was decent.
 
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