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Barricade Classic Rear Bumper w/ Tire Carrier (87-06 Jeep Wrangler YJ & TJ)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Classic Rear Bumper (76 lbs) with Tire Carrier (38 lbs)
    • Heavy Duty 3/16" Steel and 2" X 0.120" Tubing
    • 2" Standard Hitch Receiver
    • Can Accommodate Up to 37" Tires
    • High Strength D-Ring Mounts w/ D-Rings Included
    • Two Stage Textured Black Powder Coat Finish
    • Fits 1987-2006 Jeep Wrangler YJ & TJ Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys, today I'm here with the Barricade Rear Bumper and Tire Carrier fitting all 1987 to 2006 YJ and TJ Wranglers. So this is gonna be for the YJ or the TJ owner who's looking to add some functionality to the rear end of their Wrangler at a very affordable price point. So this rear bumper and tire carrier setup is gonna add a lot of utility to the rear end of your Jeep, including full rear-end protection. And you're also getting a couple of recovery points, including these D-ring mounts and even a standard hitch receiver. So this is perfect for somebody who's taking their Jeep out on the trail once that insurance that the rear end of their Wrangler is gonna be protected and they have a couple of recovery points in case they get into a sticky situation. So not only is this gonna add a lot of utility to the back end of your Wrangler, this is also gonna be for those YJ and TJ owners who are looking to upgrade in their tire size and they're looking for something a little bit stronger than the factory setup as far as a spare tire carrier mount goes. So this is going to take all of that extra weight that would be put on the tailgate and moving it to a bumper-mounted system that is gonna be a lot more solid and a lot more durable overall. So this option over the factory option is going to preserve the life of your tailgate, making this a great choice to take a look at. So not only is it just going to bring function to the table, this is also gonna give you a very off-road and aggressive look to the rear end of your Wrangler that you may be looking for.Now, as far as price goes, this is gonna be pretty affordable. Like I mentioned before, roughly $400, making this one of your most affordable options for a rear tire carrier and a rear bumper combo. Now, in comparison to other choices on the page, this is gonna be a very simplistic option. It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles to it and I really liked that because it keeps it simple, it's still user-friendly, and it still brings a lot of function to the table that you would want out of a rear bumper and tire carrier setup. Now, those other more expensive options that you may be taking a look at, those are usually gonna have a couple more bells and whistles to them, like accessory mounting points. They may include lights or they may be for single-action tire carriers. However, like I mentioned before, you're looking for something very affordable, if you're looking for a no-fuss tire carrier that's gonna get the job done all around, this is gonna be a really good option to take a look at. So install's gonna be a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. You're gonna need a couple of basic hand tools and probably a couple hours worth of your time. So speaking of the install, let's jump into that now.Tools I used for this install were an impact wrench, a body saw, 3/8-inch drive ratchet, a 19-millimeter, 18-millimeter, 17-millimeter open-ended or box wrench, pair of safety glasses, a 13/16th-inch deep socket, 19-millimeter, 18-millimeter, 17-millimeter, and 13-millimeter shallow socket, a 10-millimeter deep socket, and a 6-millimeter Allen socket. So our first step is to take off our spare tire. Now, the tool or the socket that you'll need is gonna depend on the lug nut size, but I'm gonna use a 13/16th-inch socket and my impact wrench to take off the three lug nuts that are holding on our spare.So we're gonna start this off with our rear bumper and our first thing that we have to do is take off these plastic end caps so we can access the bolts behind our frame here. So there are gonna be two 10-millimeter bolts up top and then one on the bottom. I'm gonna go ahead and remove the top ones with a 10-millimeter socket and then we can take off the bottom one with the same 10-millimeter socket. And then after those three are removed, we can just slide the plastic end cap out. Then we can do the same thing on the other side.So our next step is to remove the two nuts on the studs that are holding in our bumper to our frame here. I'm gonna use a 19-millimeter socket for the bottom one. However, you will have to use an open-ended 19-millimeter wrench for the top one because your body mount is right here. All right, so once that hardware is off of there, then we can move to the bottom bolt on the underside of our frame. So I'm gonna use the same 19-millimeter socket to remove the bolt down on the bottom and then we can repeat that process on the other side. So because our exhaust is so close here, we do not actually have a bolt down there, but after the bolt is removed on your Wrangler, what we can do is remove our rear bumper.So our next step is to remove our spare tire carrier. So it's held in by five bolts, three on the top and two on the bottom. I'm gonna use a 13-millimeter socket and my impact as well as a 3/8-inch drive hand ratchet in order to remove those bolts. So with the last bolt, the whole spare tire carrier will come off, so make sure you have a good grip on it.So before we go ahead and install our new Barricade rear bumper, I wanted to tell you guys a little bit more about it and how it's going to benefit your TJ or YJ in comparison to your factory setup. Now, as you can tell, your factory setup is very plain in comparison to the new Barricade rear bumper. Now, the new Barricade rear bumper is going to have a couple of D-ring mounts. Those are gonna be perfect as recovery points while you're out on the trail and you're also getting a standard 2-inch hitch receiver as well that is also perfect for recovery. Now, this is not going to be tow-rated but it is going to be perfect for recovery like I just mentioned and it's also gonna be perfect for any hitch-mounted accessories.So this is also going to be a lot more durable than your factory rear bumper. The factory rear bumper is made of thinner steel material. However, this new one by Barricade is made of a 3/16-inch plated steel and it's going to protect the rear end of your Wrangler a little bit better than the factory one and it's also going to have a nice textured black powder coat finish on top of that steel and that's going to do a great job at protecting that seal underneath, but also it's gonna do a great job at creating an aggressive and off-road look to the rear end of your YJ or TJ. Now, this is also going to have a spare tire carrier that comes with it. However, I'm gonna talk a little bit more about that in comparison to the factory spare tire carrier once we get to it, so enough about these two sides by side. Let's go ahead and mount up our new rear bumper.So for this next step, I would recommend to grab a friend because we are gonna be mounting up our rear bumper, and you also wanna make sure that you have your hardware staged, which is your bolts, two flat washers, and your nylon lock nut. And we're gonna secure the rear bumper up against the same factory mounting location.So after you have one bolt in on either side, what we can do now is secure the rest of them down since this will be in place. And we're gonna do the same factory mounting locations. So the top bolt might be a little bit tricky because of that body mount. So after you have the two bolts in on the side of the frame, what we can do is head to the underside of the frame and we're gonna take the same bolt but with one flat washer and thread that into the Nutsert that is inside of our frame here. All right, so once that's in place, what we can do is thread in the other side then we can go back and tighten everything down.So after we have everything threaded in, what we can do is tighten up all of the bolts. Now, they're all gonna be an 18-millimeter, the bolt head, and the nut. So I'm gonna use an 18-millimeter socket to tighten down the bottom bolt here first and then we can tighten up the top two. So with an 18-millimeter wrench holding the bolt head, we can tighten down the nut with that same 18-millimeter socket. So for the top bolt, we will have to switch just because there is that body mount in the way. So we can do the same thing for the other side.So just like I did with the rear bumper, is I wanted to sit the new spare tire carrier on the table next to your factory one and tell you guys a little bit more about the benefits that you're getting with this new one over your factory setup. Now, right off the bat, this is going to be very durable over the factory setup, just like the rear bumper setup. So this is made of a 3/16-inch plated steel just like the rear bumper. It's also gonna have that texture black powder coat finish on top, which is going to provide more of an aggressive look to the rear end of your YJ or TJ, but it's also gonna protect that steel underneath. Now, with your factory spare tire carrier, it is very similar to your factory rear bumper, so it is a thinner metal and if you do put a larger spare tire on here, it can wear out over time.Now, the other big thing that I like about this setup in comparison to the factory one is the fact that the mount that goes on to the spare tire carrier itself is fully adjustable, so you can adjust this in and out and they can hold up to a 37-inch tire which your spare tire carrier from the factory is just flat out unable to do. So you may get a little bit of adjustability out of this but you really aren't getting much and you aren't able to carry up to a 37-inch tire on your factory spare tire carrier.So the big difference between these two and why this is really a big upgrade for your YJ or TJ is the fact that this is going to be a bumper-mounted tire carrier. So this is gonna add all of that weight that was on the tailgate onto a frame-mounted or bumper-mounted system, which is going to preserve the life of your tailgate over time. So if you put an oversized tire on your factory spare tire carrier, what it's gonna do is kind of sag your tailgate over time and damage and wear it out. As to where something like this, it's on a solid mounting point and it's not going to do that, so it is going to preserve the life of your tailgate and keep it functioning for a very long time. So enough about these two on the table, let's go ahead and mount up our new system.So now we can go ahead and mount up our spare tire carrier. What I would recommend to do to preserve the life of this to prevent any rusting on the post here is just to add a little bit of grease and then we can just slide the tire carrier onto the post there. Then what we can do is put on the cap and tighten down our Allen bolt that's gonna keep that cap on there and protect the joint inside. I'm using a 6-millimeter Allen key to tighten down this Allen head bolt. All right, once that's on there, we can move to mount up our actual spare tire carrier mount.So what we can do now is bolt up our spare tire carrier mount so we can add the four bolts that came pre-installed on the mount and secure them down with the flat washers and the nylon lock nut on the back. Once one is attached, it should stay in place for you, then you can secure down the other three. So now we can go ahead and tighten down all four bolts with an 18-millimeter wrench and 19-millimeter socket.So like I mentioned before, this is going to be adjustable since this is two pieces. So you are gonna have four bolts, two on either side that will tighten down to make sure that this stays in place. So I would recommend you measure for your tire size from the back of the wheel where it's going to mount up to this mount to the end of the tire. So after you've measured, we can find a good place for this. We picked about seven inches and then we're gonna go ahead and tighten it down with an 18-millimeter socket.So what we can do next is mount up our handle, making sure that this is facing the rear of the Wrangler. We can slide that into the tire carrier. We're gonna grab the provided bolts, stick those through. So on the other side, we can attach our flat washer, lock washer, and nut. Then you can go ahead and tighten them up with a 17-millimeter wrench and socket.So in order to secure this down, the handle actually has to pass through this tab and you may encounter the same issue that we are, and that's that this handle is hitting up against our license plate mount. Now, this is made of plastic. What we can do is just trim this down or if you are looking to relocate your license plate, you can also do that as well. But all we have to do is shave off a little bit of this license plate mount in order for this to fit and turn correctly. So what I'm gonna do is actually take off our license plate and the license plate mount. So we can just trim the corner here. So I'm gonna use a 10-millimeter socket to take out the two bolts that are holding in your license plate. So after your license plate is off, what you can do is take that same 10-millimeter socket and remove the four bolts that are holding this to our Wrangler.So as you can tell, I made a mark on where our handle is interfering with our license plate mount. So what you can do is either take a body saw or whatever tool that you wanna use in order to cut this plastic and we can cut out a notch in our license plate mount. So after we have a notch cut out in our license plate bracket, what we can do is mount that back up. Then we can mount back up our license plate. Then we can close up our tailgate So our last step is just to mount up our spare tire. And we can use that same 13/16th-inch socket to tighten these up.So that's gonna wrap it up from my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe. And for more videos and products like this, always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.

    Perfect For Off-Road Use. Featuring a 2" standard hitch receiver, two high strength D-Ring mounts and a spare tire carrier the Barricade Off-Road Classic Rear Bumper is perfect for off-road use. Spare Tire Carrier. The Barricade Off-Road Classic Rear Bumper features a swing out spare tire carrier perfect for tires up to 37". A custom-designed billet aluminum handle securely locks the tire carrier in place so there is no worry of it coming loose on the trail.

    Heavy Duty Construction. Manufactured from 3/16" mild steel plating and 2"x0.120" tubing this Barricade Off-Road Rock Crawler Rear 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.

    Application. This Barricade Off-Road Classic Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier is specifically designed for use on 1987-1995 YJ and 1997-2006 TJ Jeep Wranglers.

    Technical Note. Some application may require the license plate to be relocated as the tire carrier swing arm may contact the license plate bracket. The integrated receiver hitch is for recreational use and is not rated for towing.

    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: 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Details

    MPN# J20852

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Rear Bumper
    • (1) Tire Carrier
    • (1) Tire Carrier Handle
    • (2) D-Rings
    • (1) Mounting Brackets & Hardware
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Will it fit my Wrangler?
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        Questions & Answers (97)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Is this bumper receiver rated for towing and is so what class?

        • The Barricade Classic Rear Bumper has a receiver that is rated for recovery only, and will not carry a tow rating.

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        Has anyone ever put a 31" tire on this tire carrier? if so did it look small or like it sat up to high? any pictures? i've looked but have been unable to find any.

        • We have had numerous customers run the Barricade Classic Rear Bumper w/ Tire Carrier with 31s, you can reference our customer photos for examples! There is a white 1995 Wrangler with a stock tire on the rear, as well as other customers of there as well for reference. Our green TJ in the product photos show has 33s on it.

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        There are 2 extra holes on each side of the bumper mounting plates. You provided 8 bolts but there are only 4 stock holes (not counting the 2 underneath ones). Are we supposed to drill holes in the frame for extra strength mounting to the back frame ?

        • The Barricade Classic Rear Bumper does not require any drilling, and will use only the same mounting points and bolt holes as the OEM bumper.

        Helpful (6)

        Can you mount a jack to this bumper or tire holder?

        • Hello, unfortunately, this setup does not come with a Recovery Jack mount.

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        It was stated earlier to DennisB that the receiver is not tow rated and is used for recovery only. Shoudn't it have a tow rating of at least 3k lbs in order to recover my 3k lb jeep out of a bad spot ? I don't intend to pull heavy loads ( got a hemi in the driveway for that ), a small trailer with my 4 wheeler.

        • The Barricade Classic Rear Bumper has a receiver to install accessories, and tow recovery points, but is not rated for sustained towing, and does not have mounting points for safety chains, making this not legal for towing in most states.

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        10 More Questions
        My tire carrier has become very difficult to swing open. I have tried various oils to lubricate it to no avail. Do you have any recommendations? Thanks. 1 answer
        I installed on my 06 Wrangler about a year ago. The tire carrier is bubbled from rust under the powder coating . I live in GA and it has not been exposed to salt. Weekend driver . What is the warranty process for the item since there is nothing in the package when shipped. 1 answer
        Will it fit with the barricade roof rack that bolts on frame at rear 1 answer
        does this exact same bumper come without the tire carrier? if so will it work with the original rear door mounted tire carrier set up? 1 answer
        I bought this for my wifes jeep, the rear swing is falling off, the new style brackets are cracking, what do I do? weld it? 1 answer
        bought this bumber 2 years ago ,been very happy with lots of trail time, the locking handle has now worn out where it rattles a bit. can just a new handle assembly be purchased? 1 answer
        Alot of the issues im reading are regarding the seizing of the swing out, what would be the best way to prevent this that way it doesnt happen? 1 answer
        If I have a Draw-Tite receiver already installed will it get in the way of installing this bumper properly? 1 answer
        I am having a hard time of this thing swinging out and hitting my back fender or the vehicle next to me in a parking lot. What can I get to prevent it from doing damage? 1 answer
        Is it possible to buy the mounting brackets with out buying the whole bumper?? One started to crack and want to replace it before some rips my bumper off. My warrantee is expired so can’t replace it. 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (100+) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.4

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Afternoon

          Installation Cost:$100-$250

          • Fit 4.393846 4.4
          • Appearance 4.84 4.8
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.632873 4.6



          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            November 14, 2019

            Great Bumper

            Sturdy, and great looking. Heavy as well, great bang for buck.

            Joeyd

            Year: 2006Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            October 29, 2019

            Took 3 beers to install.

            Made and fit well. Looks great! Wish I had a second set of hands to install.

            GusW

            Year: 1998Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            October 22, 2019

            Barricade Classic Rear Bumper

            Installation was a breeze. Everything fit perfect and looks great. I purchased the front bumper also and together it makes my jeep ready for the trail.

            Gary4S

            Year: 2004Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            September 23, 2019

            Poor Quality Powder Coating, Leans over too much

            I've had the barricade front and rear bumper on my TJ first and then moved to my LJ for ~1.5 years now. The quality of the material and the fit and finish of the bumper is awesome. But, within a year, the powder coating started to peel off. First it was right around the bolt holes. My first thought was that I might have caused the damage. But after a power wash recently (drove the Jeep through a mud pit), I saw that large sections of the powder coating from under and on the inside of the bumper were just peeling and washing off. Now, I have a bunch of surface rust building up. I am novice off roader, and this is more of a fun activity for me to do a few times a year. So, I am disappointed that the powder coating wouldn't last longer. I will now have to take both bumpers off, strip the powder coat completely and then refinish them with paint. The other downside is the severe back lean when mounting heavier tires. With a stock size tire, there wasn't much lean of the tire carrier. But when I switched to a 35" tire, the carrier was leaning at about a 5-7* angle putting a lot of stress on the small hinge and the locks. Also, every time you hit the brakes, that entire carrier section would rock forward and rattle as you go through the rough terrain.

            PK

            Year: 2005Submodel: Wrangler Unlimited

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            September 21, 2019

            Great bumper

            Install was easy. Had to notch the tag holder but that took ten minutes. Bolted directly to the existing frame holes. Tire carrier was a 5x4.5 so I had to put an adapter on it for the new wheels.

            JWBikes

            Year: 2006Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            August 29, 2019

            Barricade Rear Bumper

            The bumper was well protected for transport. Looks great on the jeep. Easy to install, took me and my son less than an hour to remove the old bumper and install the new one. The only thing that i don't like is that the tire sits high on the stand which makes it hard to see out your rear view mirror. I wish that they would of made the tire mounting system adjustable.

            Ronnie

            Year: 2000Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            August 22, 2019

            Barricade Rear Bumper

            This is a solid bumper, I use the class 3 hitch to pull my Lawn Equipment with no trouble at all. I highly recommend this bumper to anyone looking to get an oversized tire off the tailgate.

            95YJinSC

            Year: 1995Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            August 06, 2019

            The search is over

            Was excited to install the new bumper after a long search at various rear bumpers and I am very glad I chose this one. It fit great and easy install and works amazing

            blackopps88yj

            Year: 1988Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            August 04, 2019

            Great product with one issue

            Fitment was good except one hole had to be reamed to get bolt in. The one true issue is you have to remove the license plate mount had to be removed to allow room for the spare tire carrier. No problem other than Barricade doesn’t offer a slimmer replacement and neither does anyone else. Love the product, very heavy duty and tight so no rattling. But the license plate issue needs to be addressed ASAP!!

            Stevie73

            Year: 2004Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 25, 2019

            Very positive review, Nice bumper

            I read previous reviews, went out and bought grade 8 hardware a 1/2" longer in case they were to short like nearly everyone warned. Slight massaging (bending) of bottom tabs to line up. Had to notch the license plate bracket and license plate. Only major issues that should be fixed, the 2007 and up version has a grease fitting how hard is it to update the TJ version Barricade? But, being handy we modified a banjo bolt with a zerk and made my own. It's actually drilled identically to the 2007 and up version with grease weep holes in the post.

            Zimbick

            Year: 2006Submodel: Rubicon Unlimited

            Helpful (0)

          • 3/5

            July 19, 2019

            Barricade Bumper

            Overall, looks great on our TJ Jeep. It is very sturdy with thick gauge steel. They powder coating was well done. The tire carries is easy to adjust to fit the size of your tire. The issues/problems with the design was that fastening bolts to the bottom bumper are not easy to reach. The handle for the latching mechanism had sharp edges and arrived with many scratch/tooling marks on it, had to sand down the handle to make it usable. The latch connected to the carrier has a lot of play to it, which makes the tire carrier rattle while driving on paved roads.

            SeniorYeep

            Year: 1997Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 15, 2019

            Love my new bumper

            i had a 100 stock bumper and spare tire rack on my 2004 Wrangler unlimited. I am surprised at how much quieter the new bumper and tire carrier is. it took me longer to remove the factor bumper than it did to install the new one. bob

            BigPoppy

            Year: 2004Submodel: Wrangler Unlimited

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 09, 2019

            Perfect

            I oulled my old bumper off and threw this one one in about 1 hour. Super simple works great.

            Steve N

            Year: 2004Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (0)

          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $100-$250

            June 13, 2019

            Don't buy the rear tire carrier bumper

            The bumper looks fine but the rear tire carrier is a rattle trap. I'll probably have to modify the system or buy something different. I can't stand the noise

            badpurchase

            Year: 2004Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (2)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 12, 2019

            4/5

            Great bumper - As noted, needed to upgrade the bolts to length that captures locking nuts. Need to find another license plate holder as original is not compatible with tire carrier latch.

            Phil

            Year: 2006Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 05, 2019

            Solid bumper

            Bumper fit perfectly, no rattles, tire sits firmly in place. I purchased aftermarket 3rd brake light, drilled through carrier to route wires so install took a little longer than typical, I had to get longer bolts to install as mentioned by other buyers, but I purchased them ahead of time as recommended by others, so no big deal.

            MatthewK

            Year: 2006Submodel: Wrangler Unlimited

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 31, 2019

            Rear Bumper

            Great looking finish on the bumper. The only trouble I had is that the brackets that go under the rear frame. Was a half on inch gap between the bracket and the frame., Ended up having to use washer to fill in that gap.

            PeterF

            Year: 2004Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (0)

          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 20, 2019

            Bad Hardware

            I purchased this in March of 2017. The harware that attaches the bumper to my jeep is low quality. I was driving down the road and the bumper started falling off because the hardware was rusted. I live in North Texas and we do not get a lot of rain. So be careful about this bumper.

            TerryP

            Year: 2001Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (1)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 13, 2019

            Excellent Bum[er

            This bumper is very sturdy. The fitment and install was pretty easy. You will have to loosen the gas tank skid plate to get the 2 driver side inside bolts in. Works well with a 33" tire. No sag so far. Would be 5 stars if the bolts provided were long enough to reach the nylon on the lock nut.

            Uglyjeep

            Year: 1999Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 13, 2019

            Rear bumper

            Love this thing. Super easy to install. Didn't have all the hardware originally. Called and they overnight new hardware. Looks great and seems like it will hold up. Had to touch up paint a few spots to prevent rust.

            JoshuaO

            Year: 2000Submodel: Wrangler

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