Warn Low vs Mid Height Grille Guard

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Ive narrowed down my search to these two options. I do not have the trail cam, so there is not issues of view. I plan to add 2 LP6 lights on my bumper at some point. Currently have a 10k winch. Trying to decide that would look better. Any thoughts?
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I'd also check out the Maximus-3 as well. It is a thicker tube and looks more beefy and in line with the overall asthetics.
 
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Ive seen a few of those. Do you have one? I keep seeing the red tube, and I’m not sure its for me. Ill check out there site.
 

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I ordered the mid for my 22 jlur xr. The mid looks much better than the low imo.
 

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Take a look at this version from Maximus-3:

MAXIMUS-3 JL XLP HOOP
Thanks! Similar design and both look great, but I honestly like the JPP guard a lot better. It's a little taller and better centered on the grille and not as wide for the stubby config (iirc, the XLP requires extra shims that don't look quite right). Plus it's an OEM part, if they ever release the dang thing.
 
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My wife likes the stock look. I don't. I wanted the stubby/winch capable bumper, so went Mopar 3 piece. Then I didn't like how low the mopar hoop was, and the mid was too high for her liking.

Warn low was just right.
 

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Ive seen a few of those. Do you have one? I keep seeing the red tube, and I’m not sure its for me. Ill check out there site.
I've got the Maximus-3 SLP bar. It's reversible, but I prefer it in the leaned forward position. I also added the frame reinforcement brackets for added strength.

In its forward position, there is just barely enough room to fit 2 LP4's under it. To fit 2 LP6's, you'd be better off with the Classic Hoop if you went with this company.

As said earlier, the 2.5" tubing looks beefier and more proportionate to the Jeep overall. In my opinion, that's worth a few extra bucks over others 2" bars.

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https://maximus-3.com/jl-bumper-accessories-/jl-classic-hoop
 
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