Not sure which 1999 Jeep Wrangler Front Bumpers are right for you? We have over 219 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Although my Jeep looked good my new Body Armour front bumper has really improved the aggressive that I enjoy. I am now saving to purchase the matching rear bumper and some of the other Body Armour products to further improve my Jeep's appearence." —Alan S from Branson, MO bought a Body Armor Front Bumpers for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler.
"I find the front to almost go on by itself,But the rear I amazed at how much time and effort it took to place it on my jeep. I didnt expect any drilling to tell u the truth. I thought this was a replacement that would replace the stock one. But I do like them very much in all other ways such as the thickness of the tubes, price, looks.And I must say they were packed perfectly. I would buy the front one again but I would have to have the rear placed by 2 people with the proper tools,I think.(no savings there)I would buy your product again in most cases." —Warren M from Orrington, ME bought a Smittybilt Tubular Bumpers for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler.
"Great price for a quality bumper. Pretty easy to install. A little hard to get to the bolts to install. Remember if you are going to mount a winch on the bumper you need to bolt it onto the bumper before you mount the bumper to your jeep." —William H from Hattiesburg, MS bought a Smittybilt XRC Bumpers for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler.
"great deal and pretty easy install except for running wires down through inside of bumber was a pain. also removed the ugly yellow smittybilt sticker from bumber as soon as i saw it." —Joey D from Latrobe, PA bought a Smittybilt SRC Bumpers for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler.
"They definitely improve the appearance of your jeep and no one has a better price than AutoAnything. However, no matter what anyone tells you, you will have to drill the frame for the rear bumper. That is not difficult but, because of the proximity to the gas tank it is nearly impossible to get the bracket bolts in and tightened on your new holes on the left side without dropping the tank. You will also need 16 and 18mm wrenches to install the rear bumper. The front is a 15 minute job." —Gil H from Newcastle, OK bought a Smittybilt Tubular Bumpers for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler.