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Yesterday 05:00 PM
Jeffola I will wait for the new Smittybilt Gen2 SRC
Yesterday 04:54 PM
RZNCAIN
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Originally Posted by Jeffola View Post
So Sad, the Extreme Terrain Barricade front bumper just arrived. The UPS guy carried the box toward my home and the corner of the bumper was sticking out, the bumper scraped to bare metal. I denied receipt and I am very unhappy.
I got 2 of that bumper from them. Both came in the came condition. Some box all cobblefucked together and them bumpers damaged. I did get them to re-finish one and return the other.

The are easy to work with. Give them a call.
Yesterday 04:52 PM
Jeffola So Sad, the Extreme Terrain Barricade front bumper just arrived. The UPS guy carried the box toward my home and the corner of the bumper was sticking out, the bumper scraped to bare metal. I denied receipt and I am very unhappy.
07-23-2014 10:18 PM
Razer Better pic

07-23-2014 09:49 PM
Razer Anyone have experience with this bumper?

OR-FAB JK Rock Slider Front Bumper

OR-FAB Jeep JK Rock Slider Front Bumper (83204)


07-23-2014 08:21 PM
hayseed_lmd Ahh. Thanks digger!
07-23-2014 08:16 PM
rocksniper Rock Hard I as well have the Rock Extreme Front Bumper and soon the rear. Heavy built but light weight. Easy installation and had to do no modifications for installation.
07-23-2014 11:28 AM
Digger70
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Originally Posted by hayseed_lmd View Post
Could anyone recommend the warn full width? Love the styling and it looks decently stout. Anybody have any input on ease of installation or how they hold up? Thanks in advance!
Look here http://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/co...er-618266.html
07-23-2014 11:03 AM
GoRavens
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Originally Posted by Hodg View Post
The Barricade seems like a great bumper, but I don't like the thought of loosing the splash guard and the Front skid plate they have on XT doesn't seem to fit a 2014, only goes up to 2009.
Ditto. What skid plates are folks using on the Barricade bumper with newer JK's!
07-22-2014 08:12 AM
hayseed_lmd Could anyone recommend the warn full width? Love the styling and it looks decently stout. Anybody have any input on ease of installation or how they hold up? Thanks in advance!
07-21-2014 09:09 PM
Eagle Jk I read all of the reviews. Some were installed on 2011 and 2014's.
07-21-2014 11:58 AM
Hodg
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Originally Posted by Eagle Jk View Post
My Barricade Trail Force HD went on without a problem. Taking the stock bumper was a pain. The wiring harness is to short so I'll have to extend it so the fogs will work.

The Barricade seems like a great bumper, but I don't like the thought of loosing the splash guard and the Front skid plate they have on XT doesn't seem to fit a 2014, only goes up to 2009.
07-21-2014 09:10 AM
Golden Boy
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Originally Posted by JcrOffroad View Post
Thought I would toss our hat into the mix!

Stubby Fronts:

Crusader Front
• Construction: 3/16" Steel
• Weight: 60lbs
• Finish: bare metal
• Frame Modification: No cutting, Relocation bracket for 2012 vacuum pump.
• Options: Lower Skid, 3/4" Shackles, Add on Single hoops
• Price: $369 (lifetime warranty)

JcrOffroad, Inc. JK Wrangler Front Stubby Winch Bumper

looking at this one but link is dead end...

GB
07-21-2014 05:48 AM
scipio337
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Originally Posted by Jeffola View Post
That looks so nice! If it only had the provision for the factory lights.
Gen 2 will, out this fall:

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/sm...er-691490.html

07-20-2014 07:49 PM
Razer
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Originally Posted by snokat View Post
I have a Pavement Ends front bumper arriving next Wednesday, but in the meantime I want to do some cutting of the OEM bumper for the fun of it.
How heavy a sawsall blade will I need?

I was thinking about getting the same bumper, take a pic or two before and after if you can.
07-20-2014 07:03 PM
Golden Boy What bumper is this?
has a more "safari" look im interested in.

ty

GB

07-20-2014 04:32 PM
Jeffola
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Originally Posted by ROI View Post
I went with the Smittybuilt SRC front bumper. Solid design and easy to install once you get the front bumper off. I have my winch just havent had the time to install it yet.

That looks so nice! If it only had the provision for the factory lights.
07-20-2014 04:14 PM
ROI I went with the Smittybuilt SRC front bumper. Solid design and easy to install once you get the front bumper off. I have my winch just havent had the time to install it yet.

07-19-2014 07:20 PM
Termite3102 Dam I like that Spyder bumper! I do believe I will send back the Rugged Ridge I just had sent to the house! Should have looked at this FIRST! lol
07-19-2014 09:38 AM
snokat I have a Pavement Ends front bumper arriving next Wednesday, but in the meantime I want to do some cutting of the OEM bumper for the fun of it.
How heavy a sawsall blade will I need?
07-14-2014 03:52 PM
Eagle Jk I didn't have to move the vac pump. That was one thing I didn't want to do when installing a new bumper. The less headache the better.

I was also looking at the Body Armor bumper. Seems like the reviews said they had to cut or drill. Maybe both.
07-14-2014 11:36 AM
Jenkins01 I am in the same spot as a lot of others on this thread. I am looking to upgrade front and rear bumpers. I really like the look of the Body Armor Stubby (looks more like a mid width). I havent been able to find much info on them, does anyone have any experience with Body Armor bumpers?

Thanks in advance for any input!
07-14-2014 10:37 AM
colby010 Awesome thread
07-14-2014 07:09 AM
Cozmik
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Originally Posted by Eagle Jk View Post
My Barricade Trail Force HD went on without a problem. Taking the stock bumper was a pain. The wiring harness is to short so I'll have to extend it so the fogs will work.
So the Barricade went on with the vacuum pump and bracket in the stock location? That would be nice. I'm relocating the pump itself to get it up and out of the way of the elements, I just don't feel like cutting/grinding the bracket off this time.
07-14-2014 07:06 AM
Jeffola
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Originally Posted by Eagle Jk View Post
My Barricade Trail Force HD went on without a problem. Taking the stock bumper was a pain. The wiring harness is to short so I'll have to extend it so the fogs will work.
It seems the reviews on the Barricade are very good. At the price how can you go wrong. I will order it in the next few weeks (Traveling on business). Now, if only there is a winch mega thread.....Hmmmm....
07-13-2014 08:05 PM
Eagle Jk My Barricade Trail Force HD went on without a problem. Taking the stock bumper was a pain. The wiring harness is to short so I'll have to extend it so the fogs will work.
07-13-2014 04:23 PM
mjb130 Got my Warn stubby front bumper on! Looks awesome!!

Before:

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After:

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07-12-2014 08:53 PM
JE01
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Originally Posted by Randolph View Post
Finally got around to fabbing (well, cobbing together) some fog lights for my Smittybilt XRC M.O.D. bumper, which I said I'd do way back in post #534. (It took a while to get around to.) So, here's my Smittybilt XRC F.O.G. mod: The lights are 10W Cree LEDs I got on Amazon for $17 each, so the whole project was about $100 total. (Um, not including bumper.) The OEM fog lights were 24W each, so 48W total - these are 5x10W, so 50W total, and about a thousand times brighter. (I actually had to put diffusers on the lights, to keep them from being overwhelming to other drivers. DOT certified? Of course they are, officer. What? No, I've lost the paperwork... you'll just have to take my word for it...)
That looks awesome!
07-12-2014 07:12 PM
jjellyman
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Originally Posted by scipio337 View Post
Anyone know what grill this is?
07-12-2014 06:16 PM
Digger70
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Originally Posted by Randolph View Post
Finally got around to fabbing (well, cobbing together) some fog lights for my Smittybilt XRC M.O.D. bumper, which I said I'd do way back in post #534. (It took a while to get around to.) So, here's my Smittybilt XRC F.O.G. mod:











The lights are 10W Cree LEDs I got on Amazon for $17 each, so the whole project was about $100 total. (Um, not including bumper.) The OEM fog lights were 24W each, so 48W total - these are 5x10W, so 50W total, and about a thousand times brighter. (I actually had to put diffusers on the lights, to keep them from being overwhelming to other drivers. DOT certified? Of course they are, officer. What? No, I've lost the paperwork... you'll just have to take my word for it...)
Wow! Nice job!
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