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Hi guys,
I have been looking for a front off-road winch bumper ever since I have owned my L322 about 7 years ago.
I finally found one. The company is called Blue Lake Off-road. They are based in Dunwoody, GA (Atlanta area).
Here is a link to their L322 off-road winch bumper.

http://www.bluelakeoffroad.com/index.php?p=product&id=108&parent=55

I contacted them because I’m interested in a spare tire swing out carrier. They said they could definitely build one but they would need a prototype vehicle for a few weeks.

Is there anyone interested in this product and most importantly, anyone in GA that would be kind enough to lend their rig to Blue Lake Offoad for them to develop the swing out carrier?

Unfortunately I am based in Seattle WA so not really practical for me.

Thank you all and I look forward to your responses.
 

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Forgot to mention this would be for a 03-05 Full Size Range Rover.
 

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Sorry I am not in GA but also have been interested in a front winch bumper. I find that bumper too bold or bulky. It looks heavy on the eyes too lol. I do know that a clean simple front winch bumper kinda like a G4 part# knk000060 , includes a winch and bracket and accessories but need to trim your stock bumper to accommodate the bracket and relocate the 2 center parking sensors outward but I can't justify spending $5K. As for rear tire carrier, look up Wilco Offroad item# uhg32206 xl version can be had for $865. I am waiting for them to run a discounted sale at some point if at all so I can snatch one. Not sure if that price can be beat by your fab guys. Did they give you any pricing range for the rear tire carrier pending confirmation?
 

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I wish there was a company building bumpers and side rails for these amazing L322 Rovers. In my opinion they look way nicer than any of the ones that came after them.


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No pricing but I would think in the $800-$900 range. That’s what they run for the LR3s. I personally prefer a built in solution ratchet than the Wilco hitch mount. Thanks
 
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