Reviewed By Shane W (ROY, UT) Reviewed for a 2009 Jeep Wrangler —1/19/2015 8:17 PM
Really like the look of this . I got the textured black on my silver JK and it looks great. The instal directions kind of sucked but not to hard to figure out.
Reviewed By Eric P (Flagstaff, AZ) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser —1/14/2015 11:02 AM
The packaging was fine no scratches, dents, etc. There was plenty of "extra hardware" included. not sure where it would be used. Fog lights were included x2 incl. all necessary wiring. Install will require 2 people. Bumper install was mostly smooth: one hole needed to be redrilled, as it did not line up w/ frame. SAE bolts were mixed with metric nuts requiring a trip to the hardware store, aargghh! Overall, the fit and finish on the bumper compares to bumpers $500 more. Pleased, a great buy
Reviewed By Jake M (SAN ANGELO, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —1/9/2015 6:57 PM
100 times better than stock bumper. Ships freight, comes predrilled with holes for mounting a light bar, if you get the RT series. Does not come with D rings. Possible to install yourself with access to two floor jacks...I did.
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