Lead time: 4-6 weeks (estimate).
The Expedition One Dual Swing-Out Rear Bumper with the innovative, patented locking latch system. An intuitive new way to open and close your swing arms with ease and reliability.
These carriers can be locked into place when fully opened providing the flexibility needed for overlanding and off-roading, and the ease of access you want in your daily driver. Our additional mounting options provide further customization to create the perfect setup for your outdoor adventuring needs.
- Patent-pending locking latch system design that offers an intuitive and easy way to access your truck.
- Weighs approximately 225lbs.
- Universal plate backing on swing arms for limitless mounting configurations.
- Additional Expedition One mounting products for spare tire, hi-lift, Geri/scepter/NATO cans, TREDs/MaxTrax, etc.
- Holds up to a 40" tire with certain wheel/tire combinations (recommended size: up to a 37" tire).
- Quick access to arm bearings for easy maintenance.
- Rear winch-capable up to 10k lbs.
- Light ports fit up to 4.75" round light.
- Comprised of 3/16" and 1/4" inner structure and a 3/16" thick outer skin.
- 100% designed & made in the USA.
Available mounting accessory options:
- Hi-lift mount.
- Hi-lift/pull-pal mount.
- Expedition One Geri fuel/water mount & latch.
- Scepter/NATO fuel can mount (does not currently work with water cans).
- Spare tire mount (recommended up to 37" tire).
- The Tundra single/dual swing out bumpers do not come equipped with sensor hole locations that are equipped on certain vehicles.
- Tire mounts: A narrow wheel with an extreme positive offset and a very wide tire will not work with the standard tire mount.
- Model years equipped with the blind spot monitor may not function with an aftermarket bumper due to the monitors capability to sense through steel.
Note: Highly recommend customers wait until they have the product in hand to schedule installations.
All Colorado local pick-up orders for the Expedition One Rear Bumper with Dual Swing Carrier System is subject to a $330 transport fee.