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Ryan: This ICI Magnum rear bumper is for those of you that have a 2007 to 2018 JK that are looking for a aftermarket rear bumper that's going to add a little bit of off-road features as well as some additional protection over that factory plastic bumper and some additional style as well. This bumper's going to be very easy to install. There's a little bit of wiring to do to get this center light hooked up. So, I'm going to go with a two out of three wrenches because of that, but overall, still pretty simple and we'll show you how do you get this installed in just a second. So, what I like about this bumper is that it's unique. It has a little bit of unique style to it, a unique look to it. I really like the fact that it has this third brake light/running light built right into it. This does not have a spot for a spare tire carrier built into the bumper. So, you're going to have either run your factory spare tire carrier or a tub-mounted tire carrier, but if you don't need a tire carrier, this is going to have some nice off-road features built into it, a little bit of unique design with the light and the rest of the styling, and overall, a level of quality that I really like, especially for the price. So, the first thing you'll notice about this bumper is the slightly unique design. It's a little bit more rounded on the corners here. It has a little bit of a bump out in the center for this third brake light and marker light. Of course, it does have a nice deep cutout here for a spare tire. So, if you are running a tub-mounted tire carrier, you can get that tire as low as possible, giving you maximum viewing out the back window. This does wrap around a good bit to the side of the tub, offering a little bit more protection over there. Of course, it does have these D-ring mounts, making it a good bumper for those off-road recoveries. At first, I thought that this light in the center here was going to be a reverse light, which I was pretty excited about. It turns out that it is a marker light/third brake light. So, it is a three wire light. It has a low and a high and this is going to be a red light. That's still going to be a very cool feature, and the fact that it is built right in is something I really do like. You can wire that in. You won't have to run a third brake light in the center of your spare tire, figure out a way to modify one to have it pop up over a large spare tire so you have that built right into it. That's going to add to the functionality, but it also adds the unique aesthetic of this bumper. So overall, really well-rounded bumper, really nice look, very high quality, I really like this one. This bumper is going to run your $450. I do think that's a pretty good deal for what you're going to get here. This is a unique bumper. This doesn't look like every other bumper out there. You are going to get the light with the bumper, so it's not as though you have a hole that you need to find a light to fill. It does come with that. It has a very nice coating on it. You can tell by the way that it's put together, the way that it's manufactured, that it is done very, very well. This is a made in American bumper that you can get for $450 with all of these features and I do think that's a pretty good deal. Now, a member of the install team will show you how to get this bolted up.Man: First thing we're going to do is remove the spare tire here. To do that, you remove the three lug nuts using a 3/4-inch socket. Next, we're going to remove the two 16-millimeter bolts on each side of the bumper. Now with the four 16-millimeter bolts removed, we are going to pull the bumper away from the vehicle. Now that we have our factory bumper removed, we're going to go ahead and install our outer brackets using the factory 16-millimeter bolts that hold the rear bumper on as well as a bolt plate that goes right inside the frame. All right, guys. Now, remember, once you have these installed, you want to leave them a little bit loose for final adjustment at the end. All right, guys. Once you have your brackets loosely installed, you're going to go ahead and grab your bumper. You're going to go ahead and grab your two bolt plates and install them on each side of the bumper. Now that you have your bolt plates installed, go ahead and grab a buddy and let's throw this on the Jeep. Once you get your bolt plate through your bracket, you're going to go ahead and put the washer and 19-millimeter nut on. Once you have both nuts on, you're going to go ahead and tighten these up all the way. You're going to repeat the process on the other side. Now that your bumper is tight to your brackets, go back and tighten up those three remaining bolts we left loose earlier for any final adjustments. Now that our bumper is fully secured, we're going to move on to the third brake light. Now, to mount this, we're going to put the supplied hardware which is an Allen screw through the front here with the provided five-and-a-half-millimeter nut on the back. Now, you're gonna go ahead and tighten these up using a five-and-a-half-millimeter socket and an Allen key. Now that we have our brake light installed, we are going to move on to the wiring portion. The first thing we're going to do is remove the taillight. As you can see, we do have the soft top flipped up and that is just to give you guys a better view of what we will be doing. We're going to remove the two innermost screws and unplug the connector. Now, you will have to extend these wires about three feet to reach your passenger side taillight area. We're going to go ahead and do that now. You will want to use quality connectors and not just your average electrical tape because after a while, they will corrode and your third brake light will fail. You're going to repeat this process two more times for the running wire and your positive wire. Now that we have all three wires expanded, we're going to run them up the passenger side of the vehicle up to the taillight. When you're routing the wires, you want to make sure to keep them away from any hazards such as the exhaust or a pinching hazard, such as the tailgate or anything else such as suspension. Now you're going to feed your wires up towards the taillight. Before we go any further with the wiring, we're going to want to go disconnect the negative terminal off the battery. Using a 10-millimeter wrench, remove the nut on your negative battery terminal. Once you pull your negative off, make sure it's in a secure location so it does not touch any other metallic services. Now that we have our battery disconnected, we're going to come up right through this grommet and feed our wires up through. Since this is not a permanent installation for us, we will be stripping the wire and twisting it together. If you're doing this at home, you're going to want to use butt connectors. So, the three wires that are being stripped right now have been predetermined to be the wires needed. You're going to need your negative and your positive from your factory third brake light as well as the running light from your passenger side. You can find this by using a test light and just quickly testing the circuit. So first, you're going to take your white wire from the third brake light on the bumper which we had to use a blue wire because we did not have any white wire available, go to the negative on your factory third brake light. Next, we're going to connect the positive wire. Now, again, I just want to reiterate, this is a temporary installation. You will be using butt connectors or an electrical connector of your choice to fully install this product. The last wire you're going to connect is the negative from your new third brake light to the running light, which is located in your taillight. Once you're finished with this wire, you can begin putting the grommet back in, putting your carpet back into place, and reattaching your negative battery terminal. All right. Go ahead and reconnect your negative battery terminal. We're going to go ahead and reassemble the soft top and the taillight. Last thing we're gonna do here is throw the spare tire back on. With everything tightened up, that wraps up our install. You can check out more at extremeterrain.com.
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|Bumper Type||Full Width|
|Bumper Winch Mount||No Winch Mount|
|Bumper Fog Light Fitment||No Fog Lights|
Direct Replacement. This ICI Magnum Rear Bumper was designed to directly replace the factory bumper on your Jeep Wrangler JK. You’ll have high ground clearance with this bumper. It delivers optimized off-roading capacity. The bumper is compatible with the factory hitch, exhaust, and back-up sensors.
Steel Construction. Cold rolled stainless steel construction is used to made a rear bumper that will last for the long haul. It features a matte black powder coated finish. The rust-resistant coating is effective in withstanding harsh elements.
Simple Installation. You will love the easy installation process for this rear bumper. All required hardware and mounting brackets are included. With some basic hand tools, you can complete this rear bumper installation in under an hour.
Limited Lifetime Warranty. ICI offers a limited lifetime warranty on this rear bumper. The warranty covers any manufacturing defects. There may be some limitations that apply, so make sure you check the warranty information for further details.
Application. This ICI Magnum Rear Bumper is designed to fit on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models.
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Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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