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Boulder Ironworx rear bumper with Tire swing. This is a 2nd Gen Bumper from Boulder Ironworx made by Corey Sain of In Sain Fab. The Tire sits a little lower than the new ones, So you can see out the back window. This is a quality bumper and there is no wait time on Fab work. I paid $1000.00 for this bumper asking 750.00.

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If you don't mind my asking are you selling to get a different rear bumper, or going back to factory?
 

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I like the better visibility of the lower-hanging tire. Can't tell from the pics, but wondering how much that might interfere with the trailer hitch. You mentioned getting a different bumper that is a better fit for your camper. Wondering what would make it a better fit. And carrying a 33" tire, is there any clearance issues with the tongue/coupler of a standard camping trailer (WITHOUT a weight-distributing hitch)?
 

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I like the better visibility of the lower-hanging tire. Can't tell from the pics, but wondering how much that might interfere with the trailer hitch. You mentioned getting a different bumper that is a better fit for your camper. Wondering what would make it a better fit. And carrying a 33" tire, is there any clearance issues with the tongue/coupler of a standard camping trailer (WITHOUT a weight-distributing hitch)?
This is my second camper, My 1st camper was a pop up and I had a drop hitch on it, I did not have any problems pulled great. My new camper is a Hybrid and also has a 5 inch lift on my camper. So now my camper sits high no drop hitch needed but tire interferes with mounting the camper. Unless you have a lifted camper or trailer you will not have any problems.
 
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