I have those on the front and back. The back ones do not offer much protection, they are more for looks. The front ones are a little better though. I will tell you though that if you get the ones for the tail lights, watch out because with the screws they give you, its VERY easy to strip out the holes. I did this and had to but bigger screws. I also had a problem with the ground getting to the tub of the Jeep for the brake light to work. I would get the signals saying I had a brake light fixed. If you can get past those issues they look really good, front and back and are relatively cheap. I hope this helps!
4 liter in line six, Bestop Highrock bumpers, Warn winch, light guards, grill guard, Westin running boards, Dick Cepec DC-1's on 33" Mickey Thompson MTZ's, pocket style fender flares, d-rings, hard top, tinted windows, a completely redone sound system with Alpine Type S in rollbar, Arc speakers in the dash and an Alpine headunit, Iggee's seat covers, 3" suspension lift, MBRP Exhaust System, IPF fog lights, steering stabilizers, a woofer, 12" ported Rockford Fosgate subwoofer and amp.