Reviewed By Nelson M (Mead, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Hummer H3 —4/15/2017 1:12 AM
Supper strong bumper. Takes a while to install. Like how it looks. Would suggest not getting the fog lights they are to much of a pain to wire.
Reviewed By Joseph D (Ewen, MI) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser —4/16/2016 5:22 AM
I have a front bumper and wanted to add the rear. It was delivered in a box on a palate to my mechanic's garage. Everything was in order and all bolts etc. were included. Then the head scratching began. The corner cuts to be made in the plastic to allow the new bumper to slip onto the frame are tricky. The instructions which include photos are not clear. The measuring points in particular are ambiguous. Is the cut here, here, or here? ARB needs to consult IKEA. Otherwise a great addition.
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