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Barricade HD Front Bumper with LED Fog Lights (14-21 Tundra)

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      Merideth: If you're looking to gain some better protection and a heavy duty appearance to the front end of your 2014 to 2021 Toyota Tundra, this Barricade HD Front Bumper with the LED Fog Lights will be a great solution. Now, the full width design here of this front bumper will be a great addition if you're looking for solid fender-to-fender protection on and off-road. This will also elevate the styling compared to the factory front bumper if you're looking for a tougher look to the front end, while also integrating lighting to outperform the factory fogs, increasing your visibility at night.Again this will feature that full-width design. However, compared to the factory front bumper, the sides will be angled up for better approach angles. Now, it's also going to feature an aggressive angular build with cutout along the sides for the fog lights, as well as style cutouts, and a large cutout in the middle with the potential to mount up a light bar. Now, speaking of lights, this setup will also feature two high powered 3-inch Cree LED cube lights with a 6000 K color temp for a modern bright white appearance.The bumper will be super durable, made of a 5/32-inch steel with a tough 2-stage black powder coat finish on top to prevent the steel from rusting over time, and just to assist in that HD appearance. Now, the lighting will also be durable as well, made with an aluminum housing, a polycarbonate lens, and an IP67 rating for optimal dust and waterproofing to prevent any fogging or damage to the LEDs inside. Now, additionally, this will be completely bolt on, so no modification or drilling is required for this setup. And the lights will come with a wiring harness, so there is no need for additional wiring.This will come in at roughly $1,200, which will be on the more affordable side when taking a look at full-width front bumpers. Now, taking a look at others in the category, this will feature what you need when it comes to protection and lighting, but won't have any recovery options, or any extra bells and whistles compared to some pricier choices. Now, that'll make a great for the Tundra owner looking to keep it on the simple side, isn't taking their truck off-road too often, and needs that recovery, and just wants a good looking way to pump up the look and protection of the front end.Install will be a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about two hours to get the job done with some pretty basic hand tools. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop, and check out the detailed breakdown of the install and what it looks like step by step. So, that's going to wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and get into it.Male: Tools used for this install: 3/8 electric impact gun, 10, 12, 14, 17, and 18-millimeter sockets, 10, 12, and 13-millimeter 1/4-inch drive sockets, Allen wrenches supplied in the kit, 1/4-inch drive extension, 1/4 to 3/8 adapter, 3/8 extension, 1/4-inch drive ratchet, 10, 13, and 14 millimeter ratcheting wrenches, 13, 16, and 17-millimeter wrenches, a clip removal tool, and a plastic pry tool.Hey, guys, I'm going to show you how to uninstall and install our front bumper on our 2018 Tundra, so let's get started. First thing we're going to do is now that we have our vehicle up... Now, we're using a lift. If you're at home, you want to jack a vehicle up, make sure you use jack stands to properly secure your vehicle. We're going to start by removing this pushpin. These two 10-millimeters and one 13-millimeter back here. Once we get those off, then we'll be able to lower our splash guard. So, we're going to get started.Now, I'm going to take my clip removal tool, and remove that push clip. Now that we have that out, I'm going to take my 10-millimeter and remove these 2 bolts here on my impact gun. So, now that we have our two 10-millimeters out, we have our push clip out. We have three more bolts, one here, one here, and one here. We have one that's a little different size because our has been apart a bunch of times. But the rest of these up top here in the front are 12 millimeter. So, we're going to remove them with our gun and our 12-millimeter. Now, I'm just going to hold this up, and remove the last one.I came on this side so I can take a look at it. You're going to have to just lift up and slide it over to your left, and then it should come down. It's kind of got hooks in it that hold it in. And now that we have this removed, we'll go on to our sides and start removing our splash guards. Okay, next, what we're going to do is remove our splash guard. We're going to remove these four 10-millimeters. We have a plastic clip back there, and two 12s, and another 10 underneath. We'll, first of all, concentrate on these. So, I'm going to take my ratchet and 10-millimeter and remove these 4 bolts.Now that we have those done, we'll get back there and remove that clip. Now, I'm going to take my clip removal, get inside here, and pop our plastic clip out. Next, we'll go under the bottom and remove our two 12-millimeters and a 10-millimeter holding our splash guard on. Now, we're going to remove our two 10-millimeters underneath here, followed by our two 12-millimeters. I'm going to take my ratchet and my 10-millimeter socket. Now that we have our two 10-millimeters, I'm going to go into removing our two 12-millimeters, taking my 12-millimeter socket and ratchet.Now that I have those two removed, we should be able to remove our shield and our wheel well. And it should just come off pretty much just like that. Now, you're going to want to repeat the same procedure on the other side. So, now we're going to remove our two electrical connections for our fog lights. There's one here. There's a clip here we're going to have to remove with our clip tool. And there's one up here that we're going to have to disconnect. So, I'm going to start by unplugging our fog light, and squeeze the tab, pull that off. I'm going to take my clip removal tool, and pull that clip out. And then I'm going to go up in here and disconnect this by pushing the tab in and pulling out our harness.And now that we have that disconnected, we're going to move on to removing our tow hooks. Now, we're going to disconnect our tow tabs by removing these two 17-millimeter bolts right here. I'll take my 17-millimeter on my gun, and remove these 2 bolts. Just going to want to repeat that same procedure on the other side. Next, we're going to loosen the four bolts, three out here and one in here for our bumper brackets. I'm going to take my 14-millimeter ratcheting wrench, and get in here, and loosen these up. I'm going to remove them all but one, and just run one all the way out, but keep threads on it, so that the bumper does not fall. And that's pretty good right there. Now, we'll get the one on the inside. Now you're going to want to repeat the same procedure on the other side.So, now we got everything unhooked, we're going to remove our bumper. I got Joe giving me a hand because this baby's pretty heavy. So, we're going to grab it, take it off. So, like that. Now we have our bumper off, I'm going to show you how to remove our parking sensors. There's two of them, one on this side, one on that side. We'll get these off, and then we'll install them into our new bumper. So, now our parking sensor is down inside here. What I'm going to do is reach my hand in. And you probably won't be able to see it. It's got a little clip on. I'm just going to push on a tab, and pop the harness off, like that.Next, I'm going to remove the sensor. Now, what I'm going to do also is that is going to put my hand down in here, and around the sensors, there's little tabs. You're just going to squeeze them, push them together, and the sensor will pop out. So, I'm going to take my hand and go around, and push each of them in. And there we go. And out comes the sensor. There are the tabs that go all the way around it. You just push in on them, like that. And that allows you to pull the sensor out. So, now what we're going to do is remove our harness. We have these two plastic clips. I'm going to just push in on each side, like that. Pop them out. And then we have another one back in here, which you're not going to be able to see, but I'm going to get in there. And if I can get my hand in there. So, now, I'm going to get my clipboard in there, push in on the tabs. There's one. That's two. And that was us removing our harness. Now, you're going to want to repeat the same procedure on the opposite side.So, now that we got our new bumper on here, there's some things we're going to have to do to this bumper to get it assembled before we can put it on our vehicle. First thing we're going to do is we're going to end up disassembling our lights, putting our lights in over here in this housing. We have our parking sensors that we're going to have to put in, our bumper bracket. So, we're going to hook all this up once we get it all together. Then we'll be able to take it, and then get ready to stick it on our vehicle. So, let's get started. I'll show you how to install our lights and our parking sensors.So, now, what we're going to do is we're going to start with our parking sensors. Now, I have both here, but what you're going to want to do is you're going to remove this plastic factory connector here. Like that. There's little tabs on it. It's just going to pop up. Now, ours was ready to come off here. Same on this one. You have some tabs here. You're just going to pop each tab until you get it off like that. Now, once we have those apart, we're left with our sensor. We're going to take our rubber grommet here that was supplied in our kit. You want to push that on to both our sensors. Like that. Now, we'll take our sensors and install them into our spot here on our bumper.So, as you can see, this is how we have a sensor. We have our rubber here that's included in our kit. I want to just take that. So, now we're just going to push it in place here. And that'll hold the sensor in. You have your rubber sticking out here, your sensor's inside here. Now, you're going to just want to repeat the same procedure on the opposite side. So, now that we have our parking sensors, we're going to go on to our light here. We'll take our bracket [inaudible] and get it in place. Like that. And take the nuts, and the Allen head bolts supplied in the kit. I'll drop these down in. Take our Allen head screws and our Allen wrench. Same on this side. We'll then have to move the... I'll have to back that out. Get the nut to sit down in there. There we go. And I'm just going to tighten it up just like that.Once you have this tighten up, now we're ready to install this into our area here of our bumper where it's going to go. They also supply us with a 12 or 13-millimeter bolt to put it in place to hold this in place. So, now that we have a bracket on, we're going to take our 30-millimeter. I'm going to put this in our bracket, like that. And I'm going to take our light. I'm going to fish our harness through here, like that. And fish our bolt right up through there. Take our lock washer nut. I'm going to take and get it square where we want it. Hold it. I'm going to take my 13-millimeter wrench, tighten it up. Just like that. Pull the rest of our wire through. And now you're going to want to repeat that whole install procedure on the opposite side.Now we have our lights in place, we have a parking sensors in, we're going to put a license plate bracket on. It's pretty easy. We're going to push these plastic clips into place. So, we're going to push our plastic clips in first, just like that. Same down here. Then we want to take the Allen head bolts and the locking nuts that came in the kit. We're going to start them, like this. But the nut on the back side. Same with this one. And then in the kit, they give you an Allen wrench for the Allen bolt here. Let me get that. Hold that. I'm going to take a 1/4-inch drive ratchet with 10-millimeter and tighten it up. I'm going to do the same on this side.Next, we're going to install our bumper brackets on. So, now before we go to install our bumper bracket, we're going to remove our tow hooks. I'll take a 17-millimeter on my 3/8 gun. Take these two bolts loose on the bottom here. Now, you're going to want to just repeat that same procedure on the opposite side. So, now that we have our tow hooks off, we're going to install our brackets. Now, these are labeled, driver side, passenger side. They'll just going to sit in place like that. We're going to use our factory nuts to tighten it back up. So, I'm going to take my 14-millimeter bolts that we took off holding our factory bumper on. I'm going to start these. Now, there's three on one side. And we have one on the other side. And I'm going to try to keep it in the center. I'm going to take my gun with a 14-millimeter on it, tighten these up. I'm just going to [inaudible] them real quick.So, now we're going to put our support bracket in place. We're going to take the two bolts that we took out of our tow hooks. We're going to use them first. We'll get them started. And we'll start this one. And then next, what we're going to do, you want to use these that come in the kit. They already have a nut welded to them or a flat piece of steel welded to them so they can't spin. We're going to take them. Slide them down in place like that. Same with this one.And then we'll use a flat washer, lock washer and nut on the bottom. And next we'll tighten it up. So, now we're going to tighten them up. I'm going to tighten the back ones up first. I'm going to use a 17-millimeter and my gun. And then these two front ones, I'm going to use an 18-millimeter and my 3/8 gun. And now you're going to want to just repeat this whole install procedure on the opposite side.So, now that we have our brackets in place, now's the time you're going to want to get somebody to help you because these bumpers are heavy. So, I have my friend Bill here, he's going to give me a hand. We're going to pick this up, put it on, I'm going to hold it in the center while he gets one or two bolts started, and we get this thing in place. Yep. There you go. Yep, that's it.Now, we're just going to make sure we have our bolts in, and I'm going to get underneath it and put the rest of the bolts in. So, now we have all our bolts started on both sides. What I'm going to do is take a 16-millimeter wrench, and a 17-millimeter socket on my 3/8 gun, and tighten these 3 bolts up right here. Now, you're going to just want to repeat that same procedure on the opposite side. So, next, what we're going to do is we're going to take our wiring harness from our parking sensors that we installed. We'll connect that back up in here where it goes. And now you're going to be able to wire tie this up if you want. You can tie this to the other wire here that's hanging down. This was our old wire for our driving lights on our stock jumper. It can be able to tie this and this up in place there. And you're going to want to repeat that same procedure on the opposite side.So, now that we have our bumper installed, we have our lights in, we installed and hooked up our parking sensors, now we're going to wire our lights in our bumper. And what they give you in this kit is they give you this harness here, the hot and the ground. You have your switch up here you're going to have hanging here. So, what we're going to do is we're going to mount this, get this in place, hook up our negative and positive. And I'm going to show you how I would run the wires. You're going to be able to wire tie your wires up real nice and clean. And I'm going to show you how I'd run them along the top and drop them down to get them in place.So, now the first thing we're going to do is hook up our ground and our positive. I'm going to take my 12-millimeter on my 1/4-inch drive ratchet here. Break this one loose, take this nut off. Hook up my positive here. Tighten it back up. Same over here with our negative. I will tighten this one back up. And then next, what you're going to want to do is mount your relay, which is right here. So, when they give you this relay, as you can see, it has a tab here. You could take your ground wire bolt out and bold it to that. Or what you could do is get a self-tapper, drill a hole right here, and mounts your relay right here. We keep it nice and neat out of the way, keep everything down.So, what I would do is, like I said, get a self-tapper from a hardware store, Vence [SP], Aldo [SP], whatever, and then drill a hole right here and mount your relay right there. So, now we're going to fish or two wires to our lights. I'm going to pull them up, come up through here. Fish these wires up through. And then once I get them up through, I'm going to take one of them and run along the front of the vehicle here. Now, if you want, you're able to pull your grille out and run it behind. And I would suggest wire-tying this up very nice. On our vehicle here, we're going to be removing it right away.So, I'm just going to show you what I would do. I'm going to run this all the way over, fish it down to the other light on that side. And then this one here, what I'm going to do with this one is I'm going to drop it down, straight down, and fish all the wire down through. And I'll be able to pull it out down the other side, and you'll be able to use some wire ties to tie up the excess wire from this one when you go to your driver's side light over here. So, I'm going to just fish it down through here. Again, you're able if you want to take your grille. And when you remove your grille, wire-tie everything nice. They do give you some wire ties in the kit. I want to drop this one down through here. And then we'll pull it out from underneath.So, now we have our wires run down again, you're going to be able to wire-tie those up real nice. We're going to take our light here and plug it in. And what I would do now is with the wire ties supplied in the kit, I would tie your wires up, get them up out of the way and in place. And get them nice. And you want to repeat the same procedure on the opposite side. So, now we're going to wire up our switch. We're going to run this inside the vehicle. Now, in our vehicle, we're really not allowed to drill any holes in our vehicle. But I would end up trying to find a spot down in the bottom here, drill a hole, put a grommet in, and run it inside the car.So, what I'm going to do just for demonstration purposes here, you can also...if you don't want to do that, you can fish it up along the fender here, like this. And you can tuck it up in here, and we can go through the door jam with it, which is what we're going to do to show you how this works. So, I'm going to take my switch. Just drop it down inside and get it out of the way. I'm going to tuck this back down in here. Put our rubber back in place, just like that. I'm going to take my plastic pry tool here. Get inside, just like that. Come on this side and fish that right down in our jam, just like that.So, now, that I have our wire in our jam here, what I'm going to do is pull out our connector here. I'm going to take our plastic pry tool, pop this panel off. I'm going to just take this and fish it down through. Put my hands down there and get it. I'm going to have it just like that. And you'll be able to tuck it back behind the rubber here a little bit, and get it so it doesn't get pinched in your jam, like that. And I'm going to take our plastic panel, put it back in place. Make sure I leave enough slack, and it doesn't pinch it. Now we'll get down underneath here, and we'll hook up our connector [inaudible].So, now I'm going to plug our connector back in underneath here. Just like that. And I want to tuck the excess up inside here, get it out of the way. And then what I plan on doing is running the wire up into the dash here. You should be able to feel it. And I can pull it out, just like that. We will remove the adhesive backing. I don't want to stuck it. Right there, just like that.That wraps up this review and install of our Barricade HD Front Bumper with the LED Fog Lights for '14 to '21 Tundras. Thanks for watching. And for all things Tundra, keep it right here

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      Features & Specs

      • Aggressive Off-Road Styling
      • Full Width Front Bumper
      • Cold Formed Construction
      • Heavy Duty 5/32-inch Steel Plate
      • Textured Black Powder Coated Finish
      • (2) High Powered LED Cube Fog Lights Included
      • Direct Bolt-On Installation
      • Fits 2014-2021 Toyota Tundra Models


      Aggressive Styling. Barricade's HD Front Bumper will give your 2014-2021 Toyota Tundra an aggressive, off-road appearance. Engineered to easily replace your stock bumper, the HD Front Bumper features a pair of high powered LED cube fog lights to light the way. Built tough from heavy duty steel plate, this Barricade Bumper is ideal for street, work and off-road applications.

      Integrated LED Fog Lights. This Barricade Front Bumper includes (2) 3-inch square LED Fog Lights. The fog lights are equipped with 5 Watt CREE LEDs to provide an intense 6000K light temperature. Each light is rated IP67 providing reliable waterproof performance, thanks to a tough aluminum housing sealed with a polycarbonate lens.

      High Quality Construction. Manufactured from heavy duty 5/32-inch steel plating for strength, this Barricade Front Bumper is cold formed into shape. After trimming and final finishing Barricade then completes their Bumper in a 2 stage finish using epoxy pre-coating and high-grade textured black powder coating for durability and long lasting corrosion resistance.

      Direct Bolt-On Installation. Barricade engineered their HD Front Bumper to be a direct bolt-on replacement for the original stock bumper reusing the factory hardware and mounting points. There is no cutting or modifications required for a clean straight forward install. Installation can be completed in about 2 hours with just basic hand tools and the help of a friend.

      Application. This Barricade HD Front Bumper with LED Cube Fog Lights was designed for use on the 2014-2021 Toyota Tundra models.

      Technical Note. If your Tundra is equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control and/or Forward Collision Warning Sensors, this Bumper will interfere with the functions of those sensors.

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      What's in the Box

      • (1) Front Bumper
      • (2) Square LED Fog Lights
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