New 2019 JLUR Build in CA

ADD or Poison Spyder


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Jlontherocks

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I sold my JK a month ago and just purchased a brand new 2019 JLUR in sting gray. Such a huge upgrade Jeep did a good job designing the new JL inside out. So far I have purchased and installed Method MR106 bead locks in bronze on nitro trail grappler 37x12.50 MT tires. I have ordered and am waiting for my metalcloak game changer 3.5” lift kit as well as Fox Factory Racing Series 2.5” shocks. Rear shocks have arrived however front ones seem to be on back order. Will be ordering EVO tire carrier and rock sliders this week. I’m having a hell of a time deciding which front bumper to go with. Debating between poison spyder so I can use oem fogs but also like the way the ADD stubby front bumper looks. Any preferences?

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Love this color and the 37s with gold bead lock wheels compliments that aggressive look. Will you be installing the metal cloak yourself?
 
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Jlontherocks

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Love this color and the 37s with gold bead lock wheels compliments that aggressive look. Will you be installing the metal cloak yourself?
Thank you! Yes more than likely I’ve installed lifts on my previous JK’s and have access to an auto shop, lift and power tools so it’ll help! I’ll post new pictures once lift is installed!
 

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Poison spyder was the bumper I was going to go with until I came across the Smittybilt SRC Gen2 bumper. Checked out the addictive desert design, but wasn't a fan of it.
 

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Based on the OP's user name....I'd go PSC as they list the material as 3/16" . With the complex bends/facets in the ADD, I'd suspect they are 1/8", though ADD is local to me and I've heard they've got some pretty impressive tonnage in the press brakes.

I'd verify the ADD's material thickness and if it's only 1/8", I'd go PSC. If they are equal....then it's a tougher decision...though mounting a light in the face of a bumper and not recessing it significantly is a recipe for breaking it if used hard in the rocks.
 

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don't go ADD as their shit won't hold up to California rock crawling. There was a thread where their JL rear bumper was completed borked on the Rubicon.

There are a bunch of front bumper options. check out genright, vks, and motobilt too. im trying to figure out a way to have both a recessed winch and oem fog lights holes.
 

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