This video takes you through the step by step installation of the Metal Tech 4x4 rear swing-out bumper (Pegasus) on your Lexus GX470. This overland bumper comes with everything you need to install it on your offroad truck. Contact Metal Tech 4x4 for more information on their rear swing out bumper, code name Pegasus, for the Lexus GX470.

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La chambre blanche
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The Humps
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Comments

    • Kayak Uprising
      Kayak Uprising

      OMG badass!!!!!!!

      about 4 days ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Kayak Uprising

      it is an impressive bumper. thanks for the note.

      about 4 days ago
    • Craig Manning
      Craig Manning

      What the heck is that sound in the background???? Great install vehicle. Annoying background music.

      about 25 days ago
    • Isaac Holmes
      Isaac Holmes

      Does this fit a Prado 120

      about 1 month ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Isaac Holmes

      Give Metal Tech 4x4 a call and they can verify that for you. Thanks for checking.

      about 1 month ago
    • Vectorsumio
      Vectorsumio

      OMG the music... I'd rather smell San Francisco turd throwers than listen to that headache

      about 2 months ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Vectorsumio

      okie dokie thx for letting us know

      about 2 months ago
    • moondog
      moondog

      the bumper isnt bolted to the frame anywhere, its just held on by the clamp force of those 8 bolts and a couple of plates?

      about 5 months ago
    • Elliott Blackwood
      Elliott Blackwood In reply to moondog

      Two bolts on each side pass through the frame rail. Four grade 8 bolts in total should be sufficient for a decent tug off of a rock.

      about 1 month ago
    • Brandon Haggard
      Brandon Haggard

      For that much money I would not want to put my bumper together.. super lame

      about 7 months ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Brandon Haggard

      I understand that... However, even on Toyota/Lexus tolerances are bigger than you would think. By assembling and being able to make adjustments you get a custom look for your individual truck.

      about 7 months ago
    • Peter Gibbons
      Peter Gibbons

      Great video -- will likely buy one of your bumpers when I pick up a 470. However, your packed the bearing incorrectly for the rear swing arm. Since it's not for a wheel, may not be a big deal, but for the picky out there, this might stand out.

      about 1 year ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Peter Gibbons

      thanks for the note. send a pick of your truck... love seeing them transition.

      about 1 year ago
    • Sleepy
      Sleepy

      What brand and size of lift are you running on the Lexus ? Also size of tire ? Looks like a great rear bumper. I just purchased one if these vehicles and am looking to outfit it in a similar way

      about 1 year ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Sleepy

      Sorry I can't give you too many specifics since this is not our truck. The owner can be found over on IH8MUD in the J120 forum. The tires are 35" and I believe he runs an ICON lift. Check out IH8MUD/J120 and you will find lots of mod ideas for your GX470.

      about 1 year ago
    • Alex Ayvazov
      Alex Ayvazov

      Nice job looks like you guys from Oregon can you please tell me the address I have Land Cruiser I would like to come and check bumper for my car

      about 1 year ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Alex Ayvazov

      Thanks for the note. Give Metal Tech 4x4 a call (http://www.metaltech4x4.com/) They performed the install. Their "contact us" page has a number of ways to reach them including phone, address and email form. They should be able to take care of you. They are definitely Land Cruiser nuts and have a wealth of information about them.

      about 1 year ago
    • Andrew Atkinson
      Andrew Atkinson

      I think these look very nice, but I'm worried about the added weight to the vehicle and the detrimental effect this might have on handling. The gx is already top heavy, now it seems like this, with the tire and fuel, might add 400lbs to the upper back.

      about 1 year ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to Andrew Atkinson

      you are dead on to be worried about adding weight... one of my pet peeves is adding tons of weight that doesn't provide value. Metal Tech 4x4 spends a lot of CAD time engineering their bumpers to ensure they have weight where it is needed and reduce weight where they can. You should give them a call to find out more about how they keep the weight on this bumper to as low as possible while still providing the protection you want for your truck.

      about 1 year ago
    • mongo
      mongo

      Is there a reason that the bearing wasn't properly filled with grease like a front wheel bearing pack?

      about 1 year ago
    • ikeman1973
      ikeman1973

      I would like to see this type of video for the front bumpers MetalTech has for the GX470 as well.

      about 1 year ago
    • MADelectriCITY
      MADelectriCITY

      Can't wait to start building one out, thanks for helping us get familiar with this vehicle!

      about 1 year ago
    • Last Great Road Trip
      Last Great Road Trip In reply to MADelectriCITY

      Thanks for the note

      about 1 year ago