This is a discussion on NEW Bumper- BAJA Series by TurnKey UTV within the Exterior and Body forums, part of the Can-Am Commander UTV Garage category; TurnKey UTV BAJA Series Can Am Commander front bumper. All TurnKey UTV products are made in the U.S.A. using only the highest grade materials available. Add extreme protection and styling ...
TurnKey UTV BAJA Series Can Am Commander front bumper. All TurnKey UTV products are made in the U.S.A. using only the highest grade materials available. Add extreme protection and styling to your Commander with our new BAJA Series front bumper. All TurnKey UTV products go through rigorous testing and inspections before they are released for sale to the public. Our new bumper comes standard with light tabs to allow the user to mount two 4" off-road lights, lower winch mounts and a tow strap hook up bar. The BAJA Series bumper doesn't just protect the front of your Commander but adds protection to the corners of the vehicle with our wrap around design. Our bumper is mounted in three separate locations using heavy gauge steel brackets to hold up to years of abuse. Bumper is available is various options, please see below.
Bumper is a direct bolt on and requires no drilling.
Colors: Textured black ( matches roll cage )
Yellow ( matches Can Am yellow )
Additional bumper options:
Complete frontal aluminum skid plate with or without winch cut outs.
Skid plate option available 10/28/10
Keep posted for information and pictures on skid bumper
Standard bumper is available and shipping the week of 10/25
Commander Talk member price: $379.96
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Great looking bumper, like DP said excellent finish & detail work...may have to put this on my wish list.....Barbara
What keeps a stick from poking through the radiator?
Yeah, there is is a bit of space above the winch for a stick....never did give it a thought when this was posted.