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This is a discussion on About the best 2019 rear bumper for now. within the Wolverine X2/X4 General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Until someone comes up with something better, this is the best X2 bumper I’ve found that wont hit the muffler on tilt. Every after market ...

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    About the best 2019 rear bumper for now.

    Until someone comes up with something better, this is the best X2 bumper I’ve found that wont hit the muffler on tilt. Every after market rear bumper is just a pipe. At least this has rigidity and protrudes out for more buffer and tailgate protection. The 2019s models quietness is attributed to a phenomenal engine and muffler design which limits rear bumper options with a tilt bed. I will still take the quietness but wish EMP would come out with something that has a little more beef with exhaust clearance for the X2!


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    I have the bumper & it seems fine (well built). Only thing is that you have to watch if you attach anything to bottom of it (like backup camera etc) as when box tips, it gets closer to muffler cover. Other than that think will protect if roll back into a tree when turning around, etc. Still if someone runs into rear, they may be below it & hit muffler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjniceguy View Post
    I have the bumper & it seems fine (well built). Only thing is that you have to watch if you attach anything to bottom of it (like backup camera etc) as when box tips, it gets closer to muffler cover. Other than that think will protect if roll back into a tree when turning around, etc. Still if someone runs into rear, they may be below it & hit muffler.
    With the exposed muffler it is still vulnerable to a protruding winch on the front of another vehicle to be rear ended. I really don’t use my tilt bed except to wash out. I just like good front and rear protection.
    2019 Camo X2 with a bunch of junk I probably don’t need!

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