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Barricade Trail Force HD Front Bumper with LED Lights (20-23 Jeep Gladiator JT)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys. I'm Eric with ExtremeTerrain. In this video, I'm gonna give you my review and install of this Barricade Trail Force HD Front Bumper with included LED lighting for all 2020 and later Jeep Gladiators. Now, you should really be checking this out if you are looking to add serious off-road capability to your Jeep Gladiator. Now, if you're looking for a front bumper that is gonna do a lot more than just add tough styling to the front end of your Jeep, this Trail Force HD bumper brings it all to the table. And it does so in a number of ways.You have the solid steel construction that's gonna add a lot of front-end protection for your Jeep. You've got the included factory lighting that's gonna be a serious upgrade to whatever lighting you have on the front of your Jeep already. You also have additional mounting points for more lighting up top and not to mention a winch plate that is rated up to a 12,000-pound winch.I gotta tell you, the included lighting with this kit is extremely bright. Now, if you have a Sport edition Jeep, like we do here, that's gonna be an even more noticeable upgrade for you when you have the halogen fog lights that are relatively dim by comparison, you upgrade to these LED lights that have 14 individual lighting elements across the 4 different housings. And, of course, they're arranged in different lighting patterns that's not only gonna give you a focused fog light beam, but also a widespread.So, you're gonna have better lighting all the way around, regardless of whether you're going down a dark trail, or if you're driving through inclement weather, you're gonna have better lighting. And as they say, you're going to see and be seen with these lights. Not only do you have that included lighting, you also have two additional mounts up top here across this bull bar. That's gonna provide two more mounting points even if you want to add additional lighting on top of what you get with this kit.Now, you also have this winch plate here that, like I said, can hold up to a 12,000-pound winch and a straight line pull rating, and the included D-rings with this kit are 9,500-pound rating as well. Now, a little bit later in this video, we'll do a side-by-side comparison between the Barricade Trail Force HD Bumper and your factory stock bumper. And you'll see there are very noticeable differences when it comes to obstacle clearance, terrain avoidance, and protection for the front end of your Jeep.Now, this Barricade bumper has 5/32-inch thick steel, and it's treated in a two-stage powder coat that's extremely durable and it's gonna protect it against weathering and corrosion for years to come. Not only is that rugged construction gonna protect you against any impact damage, but you also have this tube up here that's gonna protect against any damage to your radiator and grille area. And the design itself is more adaptable for off-road use.It's a higher clearance bumper that tapers up at the ends. That's gonna make it a lot easier for you to put a tire up onto a rock, boulder, log, or whatever obstacle it is you're trying to navigate over when you're out on the trails. Now, this Trail Force HD bumper is currently priced around $575. Now that's extremely affordable considering everything you get with this kit, the included D-rings and this high-end LED lighting package. I think if you shop around and compare it to other bumpers out there, you're really getting a lot for your money with this bumper.Now, as far as the installation goes, I'm giving it a very solid one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. If you budget about two hours of your time, you should have no problem getting this job done from start to finish. As you'll see here in a second, you're only gonna need some basic hand tools to get this job done. I think the trickiest elements to this install are getting it lined up with the bolts to the frame rails. So, you might wanna grab a second set of hands to help you with that.The other thing you might wanna pay attention to is depending on the condition of your Jeep, if the nuts and bolts underneath your Jeep have some corrosion or a lot of dirt on them, you're gonna wanna clean those off and spray them down with a little bit of penetrating oil in preparation for the job, might make it a lot easier for you.Other than that, the wiring is very basic. And that's one thing I really like about this kit is that you're going to use the factory wiring harness from your factory bumper. You're gonna transfer it over and it's basically plug and play. You're not gonna have to do any splicing or advanced wiring with this kit. Very much just plug it in and it's gonna operate off of your factory fog light switch. Very easy plug-and-play installation.So, let's go ahead, take a look at the tools you're gonna need, and go ahead with the installation. All right, guys, tools we're gonna use in this installation include an electric impact wrench, an extension bar, a Phillips head screwdriver, 8, 10, 13, 18, and 19-millimeter sockets. We're gonna use the Allen key included in this kit, a hand socket wrench, and a trim removal tool.All right, guys, to begin our uninstall of our stock bumper to get ready for our new product, we're gonna remove a couple of pop clips up top here for the splash guard that kind of tucks in behind the bumper and in front of the radiator grille. So, in order to do that, we're gonna leave it on the ground and then we're gonna put our truck up on a lift just to give you a better camera shot to show you the rest of the stock removal of this bumper.Okay. Go ahead and grab yourself a trim removal tool. If you don't have one of these, a wide blade flathead screwdriver will probably work just as well. Just pull up on these pop clips. That's just to allow this piece to separate from the piece that's attached to the Jeep. All right, guys, now we have a series of these lock pins or lock clips on the underside as well. We're gonna remove these.All right, guys, now we're gonna have two bolts under here. They're gonna need an 8-millimeter socket to get these out. And make sure you're supporting it with an off-hand because once you get this last one out, it's gonna wanna come off. All right, guys, now we're gonna take our skid plate off here. You're gonna have a 16-millimeter bolt, one on each side.All right, guys, now you're gonna wanna locate this connector right here. This connects the wiring from the Jeep to the wiring harness that runs the full length of your bumper to both fog lights if you have fog lights on your front bumper, which we do. And disconnect that one, that's good for both fog lights. All right, guys, next, we're gonna be going after these bolts here. You've got four on each side or on each frame rail mount. We're gonna take these out using an 18-millimeter socket.I'm gonna leave that one on a couple of threads just to help secure the bumper and keep it on there while we have our Jeep up in the air. All right, guys, now we're doing the two on the inside of the frame rail on the passenger side of the Jeep here. This bottom one might be a little bit difficult for you to see with the camera angle, but we're gonna start on the top one here. Again, this is an 18-mill socket we're using.All right. Once you get all four of these started, do that in the driver's side of your Jeep. All right, guys, once you have all eight nuts removed, including the one we left on there just a couple of threads just to keep it from falling off on us, go ahead and remove your bumper. All right, guys, now at this phase of the installation, we are going to assemble the LED brackets. And that's gonna require us to basically mount the LED lights into the plastic housings using this metal bracketry that comes in the kit.Basically, what we're gonna do is use these little screws to mount the bracket to the light, and then the common bolts that are gonna attach this whole assembled unit to the bumper itself will go through the holes provided on the bracketry. So, once we mount these two together, then we're going to mount them to the bumper. We're gonna do that, obviously, for the round lights and for these rectangular-shaped lights.All right, guys, now we're in kind of tight here. I have one of our rectangular-shaped lights. We're gonna be using these kind of C-shaped brackets. Go ahead and line that up here. There's a little tiny threaded hole on the backside of the light housing, and we're gonna be using these small Phillips head screws that come with the kit. And you're gonna wanna screw that on so that these flanges are pointing towards the outside.I don't know if you saw that adjustment I just made. There's a little notch down inside there. You wanna make sure the bracket is back far enough that it fits flush, and then you can go ahead and tighten it down. And we're gonna do the same thing for the other bracket. Eventually, that's gonna pair up just like that.All right, guys, now with our round fog lights, go ahead and grab these brackets here. These brackets have two different size holes on them. You're gonna wanna thread this screw through the smaller hole and then have this flange towards the front of the fog light. Just as with our rectangular lights, then these will eventually slide through the housing like this. And these holes will line up with bolts that were bolted up to the bumper itself.Okay. Now that we have our bezel kind of up onto the light, we wanna make sure these holes are lined up, which they are. So go ahead and feed it in from the front. And then we're going to be grabbing these Allen bolts and threading one through each of these holes. And to tighten them up on the back, go ahead and grab these nylon lock nuts. And I'm just gonna start one for every one of these holes.All right, guys, now we're gonna put one of these nylon lock nuts on each one of these bolts. All right. And to tighten them up, you need a 10-millimeter socket for the nut and then you can use the Allen key that's provided in the kit to hold your bolt still. And the threads in these bolts are pretty fine. You don't wanna put too much torque on them.All right, guys, now take your rectangular fog light and just slide it in from the back, like that. And take your housing, put it over. I'm gonna start a bolt through that hole. And from the backside, I'm just gonna start a nylon lock nut just to keep it from falling out on me as I'm demonstrating this for you. And we're gonna go ahead and thread the rest of these bolts through and fit them up with nylon lock nuts.All right, guys, now again, take your 10-millimeter socket and your Allen key from the kit, we're gonna go ahead and tighten these all up. All right. Now you can go ahead and assemble the other lights and get them mounted on the other half of the bumper. All right, guys, now in order to mount the bumper exactly up to the frame rails of the Jeep, kit provides these combination bolt and nut plates. And for the bolts, you're gonna have a nut, lock washer, and washer for each of those. And then you're gonna have a bolt with the lock washer and a washer for each of the nuts and the plate.Now, what you do is you take these and slide them in like that. Same thing for the other side. And as we lift the bumper into place, they should stay in place. You might want to take a piece of tape and put it on the back there just to kind of help secure that, which I'll probably do here in a second. And that way, it'll keep it from falling out. And just be careful when you're lining up your bumper to the frame rails, but should go on pretty neatly. And, of course, do all these same things for the other side of the bumper as well.All right, guys, now that we have our stock bumper off of our Jeep and we've finished our assembly work for the LED lights that come with this bumper, I wanna set them up for a side-by-side comparison. And if you ask me, it's really a stark contrast. I mean, there really is no comparison here, especially if you have a sport model Jeep that has the halogen fog lights, you're going to be upgrading from those rather dim halogen lights to these very bright LED lights.In fact, you have 14 individual lighting elements in this entire package here. Not only that, they're also designed with different housings in there that's gonna disperse the light in different patterns. So, you're really gonna notice a huge difference, especially if you're out there on a trail that's not lit, or if you're at some other dark location, you're gonna have a wide light pattern that's gonna provide a combination of focus beams and a wide flood light that's really gonna light up your path as you head down the road.The other big upgrade here obviously is the amount of protection you're gonna have for your front end. You're going from a thin metal frame covered by plastic to this solid steel construction you get from Barricade. And you're also gonna have the ability to add a winch, which is also huge for you off-roaders out there.All right. So, let's go ahead and get this new Barricade bumper mounted up. All right, guys, now at this step, you might want a second set of hands here. And I'll tell you why. It's not that this bumper is all that heavy, I can lift it and move it around myself, but lining up the bolt plates that we mounted in a minute ago with these holes, it's a little bit difficult. And if you're standing in front of the bumper and you're trying to lift it on, you can't actually see them.So, really in order to see them and get them lined up properly, you're gonna have to be kind of on the end like I am right now and lifting it into place. And then we're gonna start a couple of nuts on each side just to hold the bumper up on there.All right, guys, now we have this up on the Jeep. This is the bolt we started, or this is the nut we started just to keep it secure since we have our Jeep up in the air. Go ahead and grab another one of these bolts with a flat washer and lock washer and we'll get it started in here. We'll tighten up up on top here. All right. And then we'll move to the inside of the frame rail.All right. Now, inside the frame rail here, we also have a nut and lock washer and flat washers started up here. Go ahead and grab another bolt. Tighten it down. And go ahead and repeat that on the passenger side of your bumper.All right, guys, for the next step, we're gonna begin wiring our fog lights into the Jeep's wiring system. In order to do that, the kit that we're installing today comes with a couple of different adapters, that's because the manufacturer makes this kit to apply to multiple generations of Jeep. So, in order to use the proper adapters, you're gonna want these more squared-off smaller adapters, as opposed to these larger oval-shaped ones. And you'll see that these will plug directly into the plugs that plug into the back of your factory fog lights.So, basically, what we're gonna do is we're gonna remove the wiring harness that's attached to our factory bumper. We're gonna transfer that over and then we'll begin wiring from there. And I'll kind of talk you through that process as we go. All right, guys, now this is the wiring I'm talking about. We're gonna transfer this wiring over back to the Jeep and our new bumper. So, go ahead and disconnect it from the fog light. And then we're going to remove a couple of bolts and separate the metal frame from our factory bumper and allow us to get the rest of the harness out.All right. Then we're gonna be taking out these two bolts here. They're 13 millimeters. We've got two more on the other side. Very good. Go ahead and remove the tow hook out of here just to get that out of your way. And now we have a series of clips that we're just gonna pop out that hold the wiring harness in place. And go ahead and disconnect it from back of your fog light and there you have it.All right, guys, now we're looking at the components we're gonna need for one-half of the bumper. This is the new relay switch we're gonna have from the kit. And as you can see, it's got two plugs here, one each for each of our new LED fog lights. And this adapter here, this is gonna plug directly into the factory wiring harness, like this. Then all you need to do is connect red to red and black to black here. Now you can crimp it down. There's also a heat-shrink sheath right here.These connectors are nice and snug. This isn't gonna be a permanent installation for us. So, I'm not gonna heat-shrink these today, but that's all you need to do. And what's nice about this setup is it'll allow you to use your factory fog lights switch to activate your new LED lights. And then basically, wire this up the same way on the other side.All right, guys, we're out here at the passenger side. Now, this plug, as you remember, plugs back into the rest of the Jeep's wiring. So, just kind of run that up. Now, we have this new plug here that's gonna run to our outside fog light here. And then we'll go ahead and plug the rest of them in. And the last thing we have to do is mount our D-rings.All right, guys, that pretty much wraps up this installation. About all you have left to do with it is take some zip ties or some other material and clean up the wiring, tidy it up, and pull it up nice and tight to keep it away from any moving parts or, obviously, the ground itself. You might need to source some parts like that, zip ties or what have you, yourself. They're not included with this kit.So, with that said, that pretty much wraps up this review and installed this Barricade Trail Force HD Front Bumper with LED lighting for all 2020 and later Jeep Gladiators. 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      Features & Specs

      • High strength D-Ring mounts w/D-Rings included
      • Built-in winch plate for up to 12,000lb. winch
      • LED accent lighting
      • Heavy duty 5/32" steel and 2" x 0.120" tubing
      • Premium Two Stage Textured Black Powder Coat Finish
      • Weight: 79 lbs
      • Fits 2020-2023 Jeep Gladiator JT Models


      Perfect For Off-Road Use. Barricade's Trail Force HD Front Bumper is ideally suited for 2020-2023 JT Jeep Gladiators that go off-roading. With a built-in winch plate that is capable of supporting a 12,000 lb. winch, this Trail Force Bumper features two high strength D-Ring mounts with D-Rings and two OE size fog light housings.

      LED Accent Lighting. This Barricade Off-Road Trail Force HD Front Bumper features built in LED lighting between the D-ring mounts and round LED lights for impressive styling. These LED accents not only look great, but also help you "see and be seen" even on the darkest trails to provide additional safety.

      Heavy Duty Construction. Manufactured from 5/32" mild steel plating and 2" x 0.120" tubing this Barricade Off-Road Trail Force HD Front Bumper is completed in a two stage finish using epoxy pre-coating and high-grade textured black powder coating for long lasting durability. The D-Ring mounts are welded both inside and outside for extra strength.

      Easy, Bolt-on Installation. Barricade Off-Road Front Bumpers are engineered to be a direct bolt-on upgrade using just basic hand tools, so there is no drilling or cutting required for a clean straight forward installation.

      Application. This Barricade Off-Road Trail Force HD Front Bumper with built-in 10x4.5" winch plate is specifically designed for use on 2020-2023 Jeep Gladiator JT models. For use with a Hawse style fairlead, modification require for use with roller fairlead.

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      • (1) Bumper
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      • (2) Square LED lights

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