My headlights hit my rzr bumper and kick up a glare. I think a couple inch drop at most should be good and then kick the crossbar up to match the angle of the headlights. Tube size is perfect & risers look real good with the angles of the front. Like the substantial look of it.
I was thinking same thing on headlights after looking at it...Friend of mine is building it for me, Ill have him look at that this PM... It could com down just a bit.. I think 2 inch would be perfect. It is Monsterous but it will be something to protect the front
Alex Reed (AReed) is building this for me... Let him know what you would like to see in this build... He will be a vendor real soon and is a good person to deal with... Has lots of Off Road experience he is building things that won't break...Even if it costs a bit more with true Made In USA Parts
For me I wanted this bumper to work with the FUTV Front skid as in flow with the bend so when you hit stuff it is deflected and also integrate a winch mount and provide good protection for us East coast Woods riders and rock bouncers... A top hoop and welded front skid After some adj. and your feedback I think this will be a strong piece...
The Bumper is almost finished... The top of the tube on the sides will be lined up with the bottom of the cross bar...Just up a little higher... If you want no winch it will be like this... If you want a winch there will be radius plates that extend from bottom to the Middle cross bar and a small plate that the winch will mount too...It will still utilize the front built in skid and provide more deflection......
Nice work guys. One thought...does the bumper stick out in front of the Mav beyond the front tires? I ask because if you ever "lawn dart" your Mav...will the bumper prevent you from breaking/bending your tie rods or other front end parts? The Can-Am accessory bumper sticks out just enough to help prevent this kind of damage. That doesn't make it a better, but I thought I would throw it out there for discussion.