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Old 02-20-2018, 11:30 AM
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Barricade Extreme HD Rear Bumper

Very unhappy with Extreme Terrain. I purchased Barricade Extreme HD Rear Bumper for $400 May 23, 2017 and installed in 2 months later. Right after installation I noticed my tailgate was rubbing on the bumper. We've tried many times adjusting the bumper and no luck. Called Extreme Terrain today about the issue. Provided them a video of my tailgate rubbing the bumper. They come back and tell me, because its ALMOST been a year they can't replace the item and are willing to give me a $60.00 credit for a new bumper. I'm like, are you SERIOUS. I even went back and reviewed the reviews from others who purchased this bumper and they too said the tailgate rubs the bumper. Why is Extreme Terrain still today selling any item that doesn't fit correctly on our JEEPS? This is no wrong to a customer who has spent $1000 of dollars with them.

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Does it still rub without the tire mounted to the gate?

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you could probably put a spacer or washer stack on the wheel bolts and move it out far enough to eliminate the rub.

Personally, I'd put a plastic cover over the contacting portion of the bumper and leave the wheel snug against it to make a unified mass on the rear.
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