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P&P Engineering Tundra Front Winch Plate Bumper

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014-2021)' started by mac11, Jan 8, 2017.

  1. Jan 8, 2017 at 8:39 PM
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    mac11

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    A couple months ago we met Cody - @MidwestOverlanders - and made some sliders for his Tundra TRDPRO, Brutus. Since then we've seen a very strong interest in our sliders and Cody has trusted us with his truck to take on front & rear bumpers, full front to rear skid plates (pics coming soon) and now a low pro front bumper. We're very close to having them production ready and thought we would throw up some pictures now that we've roughed in the low pro bumper.

    This is our full plate winch bumper. It was designed around a smittybuild X20 12k winch. Will fit almost any remote solenoid winch up to this size as the winch bucket is the full width of the frame rails of the truck.

    The full bumper weighs in around 140-150lbs as shown without any top tubing/grill guard tubing.

    The mounting plates are 1/4" thick and the bumper side bracket has been laminated to 1/2" thick where it connects to the mounting brackets on the truck. You can tug on that with any winch and it will not pull through. The mounting brackets are fully adjustable in every direction. Including at the trucks frame mount and the connection between the brackets and the bumper. Aligning the gap wide for off rood purposes or narrow for street style is a matter of adjusting it to your preference. A 1"+ gap is recommended for off road use. the body mounts on this truck are very soft. Anything smaller could result in contact with and damage to the fenders as the body moves around on the frame.

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