I Ordered mine with the LED front bumper lights from jeepaddons.com last week . Chris is the guy I dealt with, Phone # 1-800-388-8637 x 1884. The price Delivered to the door thru Fedex-Ground was $ 769.00 .
Couple of things about the Bumpers is:
1.) Purchasing from jeepaddons.com will give you a 3 year warranty.
2.) Items were delivered to me before the date that it was to be shipped (Fantastic, Thanks, Chris, How did you do that ???).
3.) The packaging was slightly opened and the rear bumper points at rear quarter panels were slightly damaged, very possibly due to Fedex shipping.
4.) The bumper on the rear is to close of an exact fit for me, when you connect the receiver hitch I needed to add another spacer to Not appear to rub against the Jeep body. ( Maybe just me ?)
5.) Rear bumper appeared to have a Grease-Zerk fitting on the Pivot point of the tire carrier, WHICH IT DOES NOT. I corrected it on mine by drilling the pivot post on a 45* angle from the outside center of the post to the inside center of the post and then starting a grease zerk in the screw hole and filling with grease.
6.) I was kind of disappointed as to having to remove the factory receiver hitch on my Sahara which has the trailer tongue chains connection ( which is Required in PA ) and now needing to install an accessory to provide for the hooks for the trailer chains.
7.) The tailgate Rubber Bumpers do not line up with the tire carrier rack, of which there will be some adaption by me here.
8.) There is an adapter that will need to be installed for the 3rd brake light that is Required in all 50 States.
9.) Being that the Front bumper on the bumpers that I ordered has LED lighting you would of thought that they would of installed rear bumper Reverse LED Lights that I will be installing on mine.
10.) I will be installing the Rubber Bumpers from the front hood of the Jeep at 3 points to stub up the spare tire to stop any vibration of the spare against the tire carrier rack.
11.) Last but Not Least , you will need 2 people to install the rear bumper, due to the weight and awkwardness of the bumper.
Now to the Front Bumper and LED Lights.
12.) The Front bumper was a lot easier to install in my opinion than the rear due to less weight and easier access to grab it to position it.
13.) The worst part of the front bumper change out was accessing the bolts of removing the old front bumper and skirting.
14.) The WORST part of the New Front bumper install is the LED Lighting of which they provided very little info on the Proper Wiring of the lights. ( I haven't gotten mine connected yet due to the weather here in PA the last couple of days ).
15.) All 4 "D" Tow Rings were shipped with bumpers.
Well that is a LONG LIST of a couple of things that I have come across in the last couple of days of having this bumper kit. In General I would say with a little Extra Fab work this is a very good bumper kit for the price. Well Satisfied at this time.
If anybody has done the LED wiring for the DRL Lighting ( daytime running lights ) I am still trying to figure it out.