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Michael J. Donovan

Head Moderator, Online Communities
Staff member
Location
Pittsburgh, PA
BUMP THIS!

The Superbumper combines a ball mount with an energy absorbing bumper to also protect your family and vehicle the other 99% of the time when you’re not towing from the two most frequent vehicle accidents: getting hit while parked and the rear end collision. Capable of taking impacts to 20 mph they reduce whiplash, occupant acceleration and vehicle damage. Black or chrome and they are also available in a non-towing version if you already have towing equipment.

For more information please visit http://www.superbumper.com or http://www.sparebumper.com

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KrystalKid

LawnSite Member
Location
Minnesota
If you have any questions on our energy absorbing spare bumpers just let me know. There are lots of testimonials, product reviews, photos, FAQ's etc. on our web site http://www.sparebumper.com

We developed these for the two most frequent vehicle accidents: gettting hit while parked and the rear end collision. It also keeps your vehicle from getting smashed while backing.

If you have any questions just let me know.

Sincerely,

Jeff Mohr
CEO
Mohr Mfg
Burnsville, MN

Here's a link to a nice product review by Pat Goss of MotorWeek:
http://www.superbumper.com/home/MotorWeekGossGarage.wmv
 

Sweet Tater

LawnSite Silver Member
If you have any questions on our energy absorbing spare bumpers just let me know. There are lots of testimonials, product reviews, photos, FAQ's etc. on our web site http://www.sparebumper.com

We developed these for the two most frequent vehicle accidents: gettting hit while parked and the rear end collision. It also keeps your vehicle from getting smashed while backing.

If you have any questions just let me know.

Sincerely,

Jeff Mohr
CEO
Mohr Mfg
Burnsville, MN

Here's a link to a nice product review by Pat Goss of MotorWeek:
http://www.superbumper.com/home/MotorWeekGossGarage.wmv
I am in Burnsville too, Mississippi that is :waving: does that thing have cusioned ends on it for shin damage when you forget that big thing is there?
 

KrystalKid

LawnSite Member
Location
Minnesota
What happens when you turn your trailer, while coming over a peak of the hill the trailer is going to hit it and tear it up
No problems on that...no more than if the ball were attached to the bumper. This will actually prevent damage to your bumper if you jacknife the trailer when backing.
 

KrystalKid

LawnSite Member
Location
Minnesota
I am in Burnsville too, Mississippi that is :waving: does that thing have cusioned ends on it for shin damage when you forget that big thing is there?
This sticks out 8"...the typical ball mount will stick out 9". Less chance of banging your shins. Usually when you walk around a vehicle you round the corners. By the time you turn back in - your past the bumper.
 
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