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- Give your back-end unrivaled strength with an Iron Cross HD Rear Bumper
- Textured, gloss black-powder coating adds style and protection
- Strong, lightweight design features two D-ring mounts for added functionality (D-rings sold separately)
- Includes an extra-strength tow hook mount to snag and rescue stranded vehicles
- CNC laser-cut components are double-welded, inside & out
- Designed to not obstruct your factory receiver hitch
- HD Rear Bumpers are proudly made in the USA
- Your Iron Cross HD Rear Bumper is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Whether you’re trundling through the backcountry or just rolling through town, Iron Cross HD Rear Bumpers offer you the increased protection, bold style and functionality you’ve been after.
The Iron Cross Heavy-Duty Rear Bumper is CNC laser-cut, ensuring a snug fit to the backside of your ride, and are designed to not interfere with your existing receiver hitch. Augmenting your rapidly upgraded recovery system further is a high-strength tow hook and durable D-ring mounts (D-rings not included).
Available in a textured, gloss black-powder coating, your Iron Cross Rear HD Bumper is made in the USA and is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Iron Cross HD Rear Bumpers Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by david b (claremore, OK) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram — Saturday at 9:01 AM
This bumper looks great on the truck. Perfect match to the iron cross front bumper. Very easy install. Large flat area below the license plate doubles as a perfect step to reach the truck bed
Reviewed by Chris F (Oak Grove, KY) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado — Jan 07, 2017 7:10 PM
Extremely satisfied with this bumper. The only issue I had was the coating was too thick around the trailer plug so turning and locking in the plug was not possible without scraping coating down.
Reviewed by Jason W (Cibolo, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Titan — Feb 23, 2016 9:44 AM
The directions aren't that great, but it is as simple as loosening all 6 bolts, leaving the last one (the one closest to the cab) in for support, and pulling it out. However, my Titan bumper had an integral receiver which I didn't realize. So I got a new receiver and then had to notch the bumper below the license plate to get it to fit correctly. Connecting the new license plate lights took some work as they only have a single wire whereas the OEM harness has two.
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