Reviewed By Joey C (LYNCHBURG, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra —4/22/2015 9:32 AM
Awesome fit easy to install and used factory wiring for lights and works great
Reviewed By Chad F (Fairmont, WV) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Wrangler —4/10/2015 6:18 AM
This guy has some heft to it. I think the frame would bend before the bumper. It has a nice textured finish to it. The install directions are crap. Also, the full width end caps don't reuse the stock fog lights and want you to install a wiring harness. Which I am not a fan of. But I love that it fills in the gap up to the fenders.
Reviewed By Mickey L (Conroe, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler —3/24/2015 8:44 PM
Great fit, easy to install. Didn't realize the front portion where winch cable comes out it was bent. Probably from shipping. Again, didn't realize it until after installing it. Didn't want to take it back off to send back. I'm sure it will be a good bumper. Just sucks getting a dented or bent bumper when you purchase as new.
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