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Thread: "NEW" RoverTym Disco II Rear Bumper Soon

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    Thumbs up "NEW" RoverTym Disco II Rear Bumper Soon

    We talked with RoverTym last week regarding this bumper. We are in talks with RoverTym regarding our forum but we still wanted to post this. Rovertym expects to start taking orders in two weeks and they stated it would take approx 3 weeks for orders, so time is about 5 weeks. I mis stated that we had two on order which technically we do not. I had to re-edit my post.


    SNEAK PREVIEW!!! 1999-2004 Discovery Series II Rear Bumper!
    The bumper Disco II owners have been waiting for!

    The new RoverTym Engineering DII rear bumper features:
    Fully boxed steel construction for unmatched strength
    Legendary RoverTym weld quality
    Full quarter panel coverage for maximum body protection
    Integrated and countersunk factory tail lights

    Unmatched value!!! Price to be less than $1000!!!
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    Last edited by Tony DII; 01-30-2006 at 06:30 PM.
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    Add me to list of "interested"

    Once you get final pricing. I really like my Rovertym front bumper. Makes my rear one look kinda -- stock..

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    Please get more info, ie. how much hacking of the rear qtr panels, re-routing of exhaust, compatibility with stock trailer hitch etc.

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    Thumbs up Update on Rovertym Disco II Rear Bumper.

    Ok members new info on the bumper..

    Bumper is $975.00 plus shipping... We will be giving a LRRMember discount
    of $25.00 towards bumper. Sorry metal is expensive

    We have ordered 4 bumpers today!! We expect to receive bumpers in
    appox 3 weeks. These will be the first 4 bumpers available in the west
    coast.

    Steve from Rovertym is estimating a time of 2 hours to install.

    Install requires slight trim of rear lower quarter panel (Approx 2 1/2 Inches Overall).

    No other modifications are needed.

    Cerrone's European (our shop) is available to install bumper for locals. Shop cost for install in (redwood City) is usually $250.00 but for members we will install for $200.00 if you need our services.

    Cerrone's European is a full dealer for Rovertym products. Please let us know if you need any other Rovertym products.

    Please give me a PM or call if you have any other questions or want to
    secure a bumper. (650) 365-4145
    Last edited by Tony DII; 02-03-2006 at 02:10 PM.
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    2006 Range Rover HSE aka Wife's Rig

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    I wished their rear bumper for the D1 looked more like their Rangie bumper. I like the straight across look. I don't like the place for the reflector lights on the D1 bumper. Hmmmm.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by roverX
    I wished their rear bumper for the D1 looked more like their Rangie bumper. I like the straight across look. I don't like the place for the reflector lights on the D1 bumper. Hmmmm.....
    Gee, I just happen to have this great idea for your D1.
    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco Mike
    Gee, I just happen to have this great idea for your D1.
    Mike
    Yeah I know. But when I left my previous employer I had to turn in my computer, thus erasing all pics. I had the pics you sent me showing the step by step process! How much did it run for your guy to do your bumper? Maybe after Josh sees it this weekend, he can fab something up for me...
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    Something else to talk about this weekend.
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by roverX
    Yeah I know. But when I left my previous employer I had to turn in my computer, thus erasing all pics. I had the pics you sent me showing the step by step process! How much did it run for your guy to do your bumper? Maybe after Josh sees it this weekend, he can fab something up for me...
    steve....what I will do for you is just save my entire LR pictures CD to a disk.....I have 3000 pictures of rover stuff.....In the folder titled "Upgrades" There are various folders of ideas, all with pictures. I have all of mikes pics saved there....in the "Rear Bumper" folder. I will also be taking many pictures of the mounts and stuff. Im not sure yet if I will attach it to the rear hitch......hopefully for a final version we will be able to fab up where the hitch bolts up for the sturdiness....and maybe weld in a hitch. My friend is the one taking the course right now.....he has 2 years experience and was certified in horizontal and vertical MIG welding....though, he hasnt welded in quite some time, that is why he is in the course. .....while that might not be much, he is younger then me...he is 16.

    If I do make my bumper and it works out I would love to make one for you.....have to see how everything fits together down the road though.....have to make sure its up to 'par', etc. etc. We may begin in a month, the bumper would be first I believe....from there we will build all the other stuff; diff plates-based on QT design, sliders-sill sandwiching, gas skid, etc.

    *edit*....I just checked...unless you want the other pictures, I will make a CD that is just the upgrade folder. All of the pics together total up to 4GB. If you want all of them I can put them on a DVD disk....holds 7GB....but you would need a DVD-ROM on your comp to use it.
    Last edited by keptin; 02-14-2006 at 05:03 PM.
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    No prob...got DVD-ROM on my laptop. Thanks!
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