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I'm looking to return my 2014 Pro-4x a little bit closer to a stock ride as the shrockworks bumpers, while bad-ass, are a bit overkill for my use case. Figured they would be put to better use by someone else on this forum. The rear bumper includes the tire carrier add-on as well. I paid 2500 for both last year without shipping as I'm a short drive from Houston. If you were to buy these new they would likely run 3k shipped with at least a 6 month lead time.

Ideally I'm looking to swap with someone who has a stock set of rear/front bumpers on a 2009-2015 as those would let me do a direct swap and get on the road quicker. Unfortunately I do not have access to a garage here in Austin (at least not for another few months) so you would either have to be local with a garage (or reasonably close so that I could make the drive).

The radiator skid has a few scrapes and knicks but nothing beyond what you would expect for a skid plate.

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I'm sure that you will have plenty of these AND I did read your post but . . . If you are interested in shipping the rear bumper i would be willing to talk price and get creative. I could even ship you my stock bumper in advance for the right deal. Best of luck and hope you can find someone local!
 

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I second that. I be willing to ship my 2014 stock bumpers to you. mine are in great shape!
 

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I'm really going to stay firm on the no shipping, unfortunately it's just too much of a logistical nightmare that I'm not interested in taking on.
 

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I'm really going to stay firm on the no shipping, unfortunately it's just too much of a logistical nightmare that I'm not interested in taking on.
It's really not that hard to ship a bumper. I shipped my old winch plate carrier + hefty rad skid a few months ago. wrap it with cardboard, tape the card board in the spots needed to hold it, wrap the entire thing with cellophane... anything under 250lbs can go regular UPS ground and doesn't have to go freight.
 

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It's really not that hard to ship a bumper. I shipped my old winch plate carrier + hefty rad skid a few months ago. wrap it with cardboard, tape the card board in the spots needed to hold it, wrap the entire thing with cellophane... anything under 250lbs can go regular UPS ground and doesn't have to go freight.
I understand, but I don't have a space to easily take all that stuff off, then I'd have to ask a friend, then drive around with no bumper for a few weeks, then pack, then ship. It's definitely doable, and if I don't get enough traction I'll consisder but not something I'm interested in right now atm.
 

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You can ship Greyhound. Just had one shipped cross country for $175 took maybe 6days

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I might be swapping a rear with someone locally who's also giving me his stock front bumper. If that goes through he's going to help me take the front shrockworks off and I'd would be more open to shipping. But I'll cross that bridge when I get there.
 

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I might be willing to drive down there and make the swap, if we can make it work. I'd also be up for waiting till you get a garage to do the swap and do the work ourselves to save us both the cost of the shop doing it.
 

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I might be willing to drive down there and make the swap, if we can make it work. I'd also be up for waiting till you get a garage to do the swap and do the work ourselves to save us both the cost of the shop doing it.
If I end up swapping the bumpers this weekend I'll have it off and ready to pick up, I'll keep you posted.
 
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