Reviewed By Eric G (Farmingdale, NY) —6/20/2016 12:05 PM
Reviewed By Joseph S (LEXINGTON, SC) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler —1/4/2016 7:21 AM
I purchased the front and rear bumper in this line. These bumpers look fantastic. The flat, textured finish looks awesome. They are solid and exude excellent quality. The front bumper installed in minutes. But, with good there is always bad. The rear bumper is almost impossible to install on a TJ. The reason being, there is no room whatsoever between the rear frame and the gas tank. This makes it virtually impossible to install the nuts on the mount bolts. Self tapping bolts would be better.
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