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Barricade Extreme HD Front Bumper (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Heavy Duty 3/16" Steel Construction
    • High Strength 7/8" D-Ring Mounts
    • 9500lb Rated D-Rings Included
    • Built-In Winch Plate for Up to 12,000lb. Winch
    • OE Size Fog Light Cutouts
    • Wrinkle Black Powder Coat Finish
    • Weight: 94 lbs
    • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models

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    Intense Protection. The Barricade Extreme HD Front Bumper is engineered for functional protection and extreme style. Its equipped with 7/8 inch d-rings on beefy mounts, OE fog light housings and an aggressive tube over rider with additional light accommodations. This bumper's rugged design provides practical front end protection for both on and off road performance.

    Heavy Duty Construction. Manufactured from 3/16" steel, this front Wrangler bumper is completed in a tough wrinkle black powder coating for long lasting durability and corrosion resistance. The D-Ring mounts are welded to provide extra strength and equipped with 4 3/4 ton rated D-rings for intense recovery.

    Recovery Ready. This full width Jeep bumper is designed to take on the trail with a recessed winch mount designed to fit most winches on the market. It features a standard winch mounting pattern of 10" x 4.5".

    Application. The  Barricade Extreme HD Front Bumper is specifically designed for use on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models.

    OE Lighting Note. Additional wiring require to extend factory wiring harness. The fog light housings from Mopar's Off-Road Bumper found on Rubicon X or special JK editions utilize a fog light bracket which will not fit this bumper. These cases require purchase of a standard factory fog light bracket for use with this bumper.

    Freight Notes. Freight items can only be shipped within the continental 48 states, no expedited methods. What is freight shipping? Your Answers are Right Here!.

    Barricade Off-Road

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

    MPN# J103684

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Bumper
    • (2) 7/8 Inch D-Ring
    • Hardware
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        Questions & Answers (50)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Does the vacuum pump need to be relocated with this bumper as it does with some others??

        • The Barricade Extreme HD Front Bumper does not require any relocation of your vacuum pump!

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        Will this bumper fit the Jeep Wrangler with a Blue Ox tow plate installed to pull behind my RV? I tried a different bumper and it sat too low.

        • The Barricade Extreme HD Front Bumper is not designed to be used in conjunction with a tow bar, and it is highly recommended to not use this bumper in that type of situation.

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        Which round fog lights will work with this bumper? Can I use the original lights that came on my 2017 Rubicon?

        • Hello, this bumper will accept the Factory Fog Lights, but please note, additional wiring required to extend factory wiring harness. The fog light housings from Mopar's Off-Road Bumper found on Rubicon X or special JK editions utilize a fog light bracket which will not fit this bumper. These cases require purchase of a standard factory fog light bracket for use with this bumper.

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        Would 3/4" D-Rings fit this bumper?

        • The Barricade Extreme HD Front Bumper will accept 3/4" D rings

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        Will the Warn Powerplant 9.5 winch fit in the Barricade Extreme HD front bumper? and will I have to relocate the vacuum pump?

        • Due to the extreme size of the Warn Powerplant 9.5 Winch, it is not expected to fit the Barricade Extreme HD Front Bumper without significant modification, but this has not been tested to confirm. Vacuum pump relocation is not required in most applications.

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        10 More Questions
        Will this bumper accept the OE LED fog lights from the 2017 Big Bear JKU edition? 1 answer
        So I recently bought the HD front bumper. My wrangler is a 2016 4 door. I seem to be having trouble installing the factory fog lights from my old bumper. I am wondering if there was some sort of plastic bracket I was supposed to have that came with the bumper. The manual says that the bumper came with plastic tabs and plastic screws but I did not receive them. Please let me know if I need to buy different brackets for the factory fog lights. Thanks 2 answers
        I'm trying to figure out where or how you could mount a license plate to this bumper. 1 answer
        Does the pump need to be relocated on this one? Also, can the top plastic splashguard still be used like on the other Barricade bumper? 1 answer
        Does this bumper require a vacuume pump relocation on the 12+? 1 answer
        I am replacing my stock bumper and considering this bumper but I am concerned about the weight. Will this affect the driving or will this bumper make the jeep sit down in front. I don’t plan on taking my Jeep off-road just want a decent bumper. Do you have any other suggestions on a different bumper that doesn’t weigh as much 1 answer
        How many pounds does this bumper weigh? 1 answer
        what are the dimensions of the barricade extreme frt. bumper ? 0 answer
        Will this bumper work with the Barricade Front Skid Plate? 1 answer
        Would this bumper work with a Currie Enterprises CE-9033JK Tow Bar Mounting Plate? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (100+) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4.6 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          Installation Cost: $100-$250





          • December 29, 2019

            4 2014 Rubicon - jes909 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Nice bumper

            Nice bumper but they should ship hardware separate from the bumper mine got lost in shipping cause box got beat up bad but they did take care of me and the 7/8 Dring mount is the thickness of the mount not the size of the hole a 7/8 Dring will not fit 3/4 is what does

            Helpful (1)
          • December 05, 2019

            5 2012 Wrangler - AirelN Installation Time: Afternoon

            Still love this bumper

            I bought this bumper a year a go. It was my first addition to my jeep. I absolutely love this bumper. I haven't had the need to tighten the bolts even after going through some trails. I would love to add a winch and light bar onto the bumper. Hopefully when I finish school. Install took a little more than 2 hours due to limited tools and not very handy. But not to difficult to do on your own if you cant afford a professional to install.

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          • November 26, 2019

            5 2015 Rubicon - Willypete308 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Solid bumper

            Can't go wrong with this bumper mounts and aligns perfect, good powdercoat job and very solid. Took about 2 hours to install.

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          • September 11, 2019

            4 2013 Wrangler - DamienC Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great Bumper

            Great Bumper but was much more difficult to put on as the bolts for the bumper are not welded in but rather a set that you insert yourself and have to carefully align them when installing on frame. great price and textured finish

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          • August 08, 2019

            5 2015 Rubicon - WTNguy Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Just right for my build

            Simple installation, all of the features I wanted, not too pricey for what it is, and it looks great. I can't ask for more.

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          • August 03, 2019

            5 2018 Rubicon - KentuckyTrails Installation Time: Afternoon

            Decent entry level bumper

            Not bad for the money, install was easy and no issues. So far no issues. Winch not yet installed, we will see.

            Helpful (1)
          • June 30, 2019

            5 2008 Wrangler - BeermanNC Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Held up amazing against a bolder

            Just got back from Big Dogs in Cove VA. Lots of rock crawling and boulders. Slid off a rock and hit square into a giant bolder. This bumper not only held up against it but was the talk of the group due to its performance. Great approach angle and just a beefy bumper. Would highly recommend. Also used my Winch to pull out a rig that was wedged in some rocks and the winch plate did great,

            Helpful (2)
          • May 16, 2019

            1 2015 Wrangler - bill Installation Time: Afternoon

            Poorly designed bumper

            This bumper does not work well with after market parts!!!!

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          • May 15, 2019

            3 2008 Wrangler - sparetirebrackt Installation Time: Afternoon

            Intallation

            I found bolts were loose and didn't stay in place, weight made it hard for precession movement. Once on looks good, however, time too install without the use of shop equipment or people takes more to 4-6 hours. I used thin wires too tied too end of bolts, fed through bolt holes too help feed them through

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          • May 03, 2019

            5 2013 Wrangler - RodS Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

            Awesomeness

            I bought this bumper to replace my 13 Rubicon factory bumper I had it professionally installed which took about 2 hours due to having to run more wire/ move the fog lights. Super satisfied with this bumper looks badass definitely recommend

            Helpful (1)
          • April 18, 2019

            5 2016 Rubicon - Jeep337 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great Bumper for the cost. Real solid!

            Bumper is solid and heavy duty. Easy to install. N

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          • April 15, 2019

            4 2007 Rubicon - CAPTBob Installation Time: Weekend

            Great Bumper - Terrible Install

            I installed this bumper on a 2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 2-door JK. Delivery: 5 out of 5 I ordered from Extreme Terrain on a Tuesday and received it on Friday. The bumper arrived in great condition. The box was a bit beat up with a tear in on the top of one end. However, I couldn’t find any chips or imperfections in the bumper. It was well wrapped and seemed to come through shipment OK. All the hardware was included including the mounting bolts, washers, brackets, shackles and other various items. Install: 2 out of 5 I don’t know where to start. Putting in the fog lights was a real pain. You have to put a bracket on one side of the hole so the standard size fog lights will fit. To add insult to injury, the screw holes were too small and I had to drill them all so the screws would fit. Now you have to take these tiny screws and maneuver them through the brackets while holding a washer and lock nut in place. Easier said than done. On the outside, there’s almost no room to maneuver your hand. On several of those, I just put a nut on as that was all I could maneuver in place. I could have turned the tiny bolts upside down, but that would require extra washers and there’s not enough room for a screwdriver below the bracket. Very time consuming work with tiny parts. That wasn’t the best part. There is one major fundamental flaw in the design of the mounting system for the bumper itself. I’ve added pictures. The issue here is that instead of welded screws on the bumper, I got 4 sets of bolts with a pair welded to a flat piece of iron forming a square “u” shape. In order to mount the bumper, you have to put your hand in a small hole in the bumper and push the bolts out through the holes. You might ask what keeps them from falling back out? They put in four plastic squares with holes in the middle to hold one end of the two bolts. The plastic holds it somewhat, however, a good knock will push the bolts back into the bumper box. That’s right, a box. It’s completely enclosed except for the entry hole. To make it even more fun, the hole itself is blocked by the Jeep frame once you mate the two together. Did you knock the bolts back into the box? You have to take the bumper completely off to gain access to the box and reset the bolts. Imagine your two friends manipulating this 174 lb bumper into place (I put the winch on first). If they don’t hit all eight holes just right, the brackets get pushed back into the box. Bumper off, try again. You will also need a third person to guide the loose bolts into the holes and attach a nut without applying any pressure that will push the bolts back into the box. You have no way to hold the bracket from the bumper side. This whole thing stressed me out a bit. I’m 65 and I picked up my last 160 lb piece of metal a long time ago. Why not stuff some newspaper or packing material in the box to keep the brackets pinned to they don’t push back you say? I did think of that, but remember the only opening is sealed off by the end of the frame, so you have no access to the box once mounted. I’ll bet you water does though. I imagine over time, any material you use to brace the brackets will be trapped by that material causing it to rust much faster than normal as there is no way to remove it once mounted. So how did I solve this issue? I went down to Harbor Freight and bought a 500 lb capacity hydraulic lift cart ($130 with a 20 off coupon). I put the bumper on the end of the cart and pumped it up to the approximate height and rolled it to the front of the Jeep. After some jockeying around, I was able to get one bolt far enough through the hole to very gently put a nut on it. By tightening that nut, it brought the nut on the other end of the bracket in far enough to get a nut on it. Rinse, repeat. This took a lot of time to get all four sets aligned without pushing them back into the box. Once I had a nut on each bolt, securing them from being pushed back into the box, I went back and pulled one nut at a time and added the washer and lock nut. Tighten all nuts, done. In hindsight, I should have paid someone to do it, but the shop I called wanted $200 to mount the bumper and $150 to mount the winch. There has to be a better way, I just couldn’t see it. I really like the cart, it’s great for lifting things to height where it’s comfortable to work on. Winch Mounting: 5 out of 5 Plenty of room for a Smittybilt X20 10k winch with synthetic rope. No intrusion into the body. Bolt pattern was spot on. Good clearance all the way around and it’s recessed into the bumper for a low profile. That was the reason I picked this bumper over the Trail Force HD bumper. I also liked the Adventure HD, but I understand that the winch plate intrudes on the vacuum pump and has to be filed down a bit to fit correctly, or relocate the pump. Looks: 5 out of 5 After all was said and done, I really like the bumper’s look and feel. It’s a heavy bumper (about 97 lbs), but it looks great and the winch fits great. Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes. I would let him know about my install issues.

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          • April 15, 2019

            3 2013 Wrangler - Tappedholes Installation Time: Afternoon

            Bad fog light mounting

            The fog light mtg brkts were a pain to assemble. There was paint in the tapped holes and the small screws would not thread in and I did not have a tap that small and did not know the thread size. I ended up drilling the tapped holes out and screwing them with a SS sheet metal screw. If it wasn't for this problem the install would have gone quick.

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          • April 13, 2019

            4 2018 Rubicon - oldJEEPowner Installation Time: Afternoon

            REDESIGN NEEDED

            I had to cut out a portion of the drivers side winch platform to get the bumper installed without hitting the existing vacuum pump on my 2018 4 door Rubicon. Recommend a redesign.

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          • March 21, 2019

            5 2013 Wrangler - uncle2u Installation Time: Afternoon

            nice bumper

            this bumper is built well,although theres no guards for the back side of the fog lights, and I had to modify the opening for my travelers 10k winch to fit. other than that..lots of compliments on it..ty

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          • March 05, 2019

            5 2015 Wrangler - PaulB Installation Time: Afternoon

            So far..so good

            So far so good. Delivery was awesome. Very easy to deal with. Arrived in good shape and looks awesome. Was told by rep that the wires would stretch for the fog lights...they didn’t. No big deal added about a foot of wire to each side with a butt splice and all was good. Looks great. Had my grandson helping but could have done it by myself. Very solid. Paint looks very good. Welds look good. Time will tell. Let’s see how it holds up. Will update if necessary.

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          • March 01, 2019

            4 2018 Wrangler - RichardR Installation Time: Afternoon

            great look

            Overall, I really like this bumper. The finish was pretty good. A few of the smaller screw holes were clogged with powder coating. The instructions could be clearer and the plastic bolt keepers are useless. Use a bit of duct tape on the inside of the plate to keep the bolts inplace until you get the nuts on them.

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          • February 25, 2019

            4 2017 Wrangler - WilliamC Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great bumper

            I can already tell, just after one week, that this is a very good bumper. As was noted in other reviews, the mounting holes are not precision drilled to the manufactures spec. The bumper looks pretty empty without a winch on it, so I guess I’ll be buying a winch.

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          • February 04, 2019

            5 2007 Wrangler - Darrellhogan Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Barricade extreme HD front bumper

            Looks great was simple are easy to install and it fit just like it supposed to it made the vehicle look just like it was supposed to

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          • February 01, 2019

            5 2015 Wrangler - JessWil Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great bumper/perfect fit

            The install of the bumper was extremely easy. With the directions provided and the videos online, there were no problems. Extended the wires for the fog lights was also very easy. The only difficulty was taking off the factory bumper. The bolts were pretty rusted in there, I let them soak in WD-40 for about a week (reapplying it) and that seemed to help. I am overall very happy with this product, it is very well made and very heavy. It was packaged great and so far there has been no rust. It also fit perfectly. Would recommend!

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