All Pro Front Bumper Installed

One of the items that I salvaged from the Blue Burro was my All Pro Off Road front bumper and EP-9000 Superwinch.

With the 1″ body lift installed I needed to modify the headlamp bracket to clear the All Pro Bumper. I cut the existing brackets off then welded  1/2″ square tube on to the existing bracket. Once installed the bracket bolted to the lamp bracket maintains a solid headlamp mount.

With the modified brackets installed I was able to bolt the bumper to the FJ using the existing mounting studs.

Wiring the winch took a little more time with the wires routed up to and along the top of the radiator.

I’ll complete the winch and driving lamp wiring at another time.


  • Bumper: $799.00
  • Light Bar $129.00
  • Superwinch EP-9000 $575.00
  • Synthetic Winch Line:  $254.00

Time: 3.5 Hours (With bumper fully built up)



Tomas has lived in Colorado since age 5. Having grown up on the Western Slope of Colorado lots of time was spent in the Desert Southwest. Tomas' father introduced him to the love of 4 wheeling at an early age in the high mountains around Aspen, Colorado. While an avid Mountain Biker, Tomas and his Family enjoy adventures in the mountains and desert in the remote locations that can only be reached by 4wd. Day hikes are always a must when on the family trips. While enjoying outdoor activities he wants to share his love as a certified 4wd trainer and ski instructor. Tomas also enjoys caving and cave exploration. Tomas currently resides in Colorado Springs. 

  3 comments for “All Pro Front Bumper Installed

  1. Don Newman
    August 29, 2010 at 8:57 AM

    Damn! You are moving fast on White Knight. Good Job! bet you can’t wait to get out on the trail.

  2. dale durham
    August 30, 2010 at 7:49 AM

    Way to go! You are making great progress!

  3. August 30, 2010 at 6:30 PM

    I met you in Douglas, AZ this March and later discovered the joys of off road 4 x 4 river running adventure. Particularly in an area a couple hours Southwest of Douglas called La Ruta Rio Sonora. I loved it so much that I bought the main historic inn of the Sonora River. I want to invite you and any of your adventure seeking friends to come on down South of the Border to Banámichi, Sonora and let me show you some of the best private ranches that are way, way up in the mountains. You can stay at our hotel “La Posada del Rio Sonora” and I am sure you will love it!


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