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Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper with Jeep Logo (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

Item J157741
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      Video Review & Installation

      Merideth: If you're in need of some extra function for the front end of your 2007 to 2018 JK Wrangler and you want to do it in style, this Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper with the Jeep logo will be a great pick. Now this will be a great addition to your JK if you want additional utility and protection for your off or even your on-road adventures. Now with function, also comes form. And the stubby front bumper appearance will be great if you wanna take more of that aggressive off-road approach when it comes to the style and want to elevate the appearance that much more with the Jeep logo stamped right on the front.Now this will feature a compact design, allowing a lot of clearance on the sides while still offering solid head-on protection, especially with the tubed-over rider hoop right here. Now speaking of the bull bar, this will have tabs on the top to mount up any accessory lighting for better visibility at night if that's something that you're searching for out of a front bumper. As we'll also integrate welded D-ring mounts on the front and included D-rings to offer some recovery options in addition to a standard winch plate capable of mounting a winch with up to a 12,000-pound pulling capacity in the standard bolt pattern. This bumper will also accept the factory or aftermarket fog lights that you choose to pair with it. And right in the middle, you're getting that stylish Jeep branding.Now this will be made of a heavy-duty steel plate and tube construction for ultimate protection. Now on top this will also have a texture black powder coat finished to protect the steel underneath and, of course, match with any other heavy-duty accessories that you may already have on your JK. This will also require no modification at all in order to install this and is going to be completely bolt-on for a clear-cut install.Now this will come in at about $500, making this a super affordable solution for a heavy-duty front bumper. This will not only come with everything that you need for off-roading but also will give you that sought-out off-roader appearance with the compact bumper and stubby front bumper design. Now the cherry on top here is that, because this is officially licensed by Jeep, you can ensure that it's up to Jeep standards for some peace of mind that you're getting a quality setup. Now install will be a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about two hours to get the job done with some basic hand tools. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of the install process step by step. So, that's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and get into it.Man: The tools you'll need for this install are a 3/8 impact, which is optional, you can just do it with a ratchet, a 1/4 inch ratchet, a 3/8 ratchet, a 16, 17 and 18 3/8s socket, a 7-millimeter 1/4 inch socket, a 17-millimeter wrench and the included Allen key that comes with the bumper kit. Hey, everybody. Today we're gonna be installing a front bumper on our Wrangler. But before we dive right into that, check out this video that's going to explain the uninstall process, and then you can meet me right back here and we'll get started, putting the new one on.Woman: So, the first step to taking off our bumper is disconnecting our fog lights and then we can go ahead and get underneath the bumper, so we can start dissembling all of that hardware. You will need an 18-millimeter deep socket and a ratchet, as well as something comfortable to lay on. So, just disconnect the fog lights. All you have to do is push down the tab and we can take that off and set that aside. And we're gonna do the same thing for the other one. So, you're gonna have four studs with four nuts on either side of your frame rail. We are at the innermost bolts here. You're gonna be using an 18-millimeter deep socket to remove the nuts, and I am also using a 3-inch extension. This is just gonna help me clear the bumper down here.So, the outer portion will be a lot easier to see. So, what we're gonna do now is remove the 18-millimeter nuts that are holding onto the studs on our bumper, you're gonna have two on the outer portion of the frame rail and two on the inner portion. The inner portion's gonna be a little bit hard to see, so you will have two here. We're gonna use an 18-millimeter deep socket to remove those. I'm also using a 3-inch extension, just to clear this bottom portion of the bumper.So, now we're at the innermost driver's side bolt, you will have this vacuum pump here if you have a 2012 to 2018 JK. So, I wouldn't recommend the extension, but if you have a 2007 to 2011 JK, you can use that extension to help you out. So, after all the hardware is disconnected, we can take off our front bumper.Man: So, you've got your new bumper unboxed and you notice that there's no fog lights in it. That's because we need to use the fog lights that are in the stock bumper. We're just gonna pull these guys out and transfer them over to the new bumper. Now all you need to do to get these out is there are four Phillips head screws in each. That's all that holds it there. So, I'm just taking a Phillips head screwdriver. So, what we need to do is just take our Phillips head screwdriver, turn out these four screws. There's one, two, not quite all the way, three and fourAnd once you have those out, all you need to do is just set this to the side and we'll transfer it into the other bumper. Then to take the other fog light out on the other side of the bumper, it's just the exact same process. So, now we have the new bumper up here on the table, and we're gonna start installing the factory fog lights to the new bumper here. You're gonna see that if we would just drop this fog light in, it's not exactly even on the other side. So, we're gonna need to install one of these brackets underneath that side of the fog light so that we can bolt that up and have it sitting there nicely. Now the first step to that is to attach the bracket to the bumper itself. Secure that bracket to the bumper. We're using one of these little tiny Allen head bolts that are included with the kit. And then on that, we're using one of these lock washers and then a flat washer, so we can put that all together like that. And that's our bolt assembly that we're gonna be using on the top and bottom bolt for the brackets.So, we can go ahead hold the bracket in place, I'm gonna get it started with my fingers, just like that. Then I'm taking the Allen key that comes with the kit. I'm gonna put the long end in first, start to screw it in, just as far as I can go with just a little bit of leverage using that long end. And if you can't turn it any farther, you can flip the Allen key over and start using the short end, so you can get some more leverage on that. If you feel a little bit of resistance, doesn't mean it's cross threaded. It looks like there was some of the coating on the threads of the bolt hole, so you're just cleaning them off. And eventually, when you get all the way through, it should get easier to turn, just like that. You should be able to walk it in fairly easily, just like that. I'm not gonna tighten this guy down all the way because I wanna make sure we can line it up for the bottom one. For the bottom one, we're doing the same thing with that crush washer on one of those Allen had bolts and a flat washer all the same.Get it started down there by hand. They're really tiny and hard to hold. Just take your time, especially if you have big fingers like me, like this. And again, I'm using that long side with the Allen key to twist quickly. Get down in there, and I'm still gonna leave these loose, not going all the way tight. We wanna make sure we can line up the fog light with these holes here. That's good. Now we can set our fog light in, just like that. You'll see that evens out the mounting tabs there and it sits nicely. Now what we're gonna do is grab that same bolt assembly, that is the Allen head bolt, lock washer, and flat washer. Lock washer goes on first, then the flat washer. We're actually gonna put these up through the holes here, just like that, through the fog light. And then on top of that, we're gonna use another flat washer and included with the kit there's all these 7-millimeter nuts, I'm just gonna tighten that nut down with my finger, just like that. And we'll do the same for the other three all the way around with the same bolt assembly. If you can't get it with your hand, you can also put it on the short end of the Allen, like that. And you can pass it through that way if you're careful, just like that. And again, flat washer and then a 7-millimeter nut. We're leaving those loose, so we can get everything attached on the other side.The other two are the exact same, just like that. And then flat washer and nut. Then one more on the bottom of that fog light there, just like that. Flat washer and nut. Now we've got everything lined up, I'm gonna make sure we're nice and centered in that fog light hole, just like that. And I'm gonna take my Allen key, and I'm gonna tighten the bracket down here with those bolts at the bottom. And then we can flip that Allen key around, so we get some more leverage and we're torquing them down all the way. There's one, I think that can go in a little bit farther this way. Yep. And then flip it around in, too. And then the nice thing about these here at the top of the fog light is that they do have a lock washer on them. So, once you compress that lock washer, it'll hold the bolt still while you can just tighten the nut. So, I have a 1/4 inch 7 mill socket, and I'm just going to reach my finger through and hold the head of the bolt, and tighten that down by hand until that lock washer compresses. And then I'm free to take my 1/4 inch ratchet and tighten that up all the way, just like that.I'm gonna do that same for the other three, just holding that bolt still until that lock washer compresses and then taking the ratchet. Finishing them off. Now, these are only plastic being pinched between the washers there on the brackets, so you don't wanna go crazy tight, just snug them up to where they're not going anywhere. And now that you've got this one fog light secured, you can go ahead and move onto the one on the other side and do the exact same process. So, now I have the bumper turned around, and we're ready to put this guy across the front. Now, this bar is a little tricky to hold if you're gonna be installing it by yourself. So, we'll walk you step by step through getting that attached to the bumper. And one more thing to note is that this bar is optional. You don't need to run this if you don't want to. The kit does come with some block-off plates here that bolt on the exact same way as this bar.So, if you don't wanna install the bar, you can follow the same step-by-step procedure, just to bolt on those block-off plates too. So, let's get started on that. With the kit, comes some of these 17-millimeter bolts and there's also 16-millimeter bolts. To put these guys on, we're going to be using the 17s and the 16s are for bolting the bumper to the actual frame of the car. So, you grab one of those 17-mill bolts, and we're using a lock washer and then a flat washer, just like that. And that's what's gonna stick through the top of this bar here through the bumper like that. And then on the other side, we're using another flat washer and a 17-millimeter nut. So, we can go ahead and put those on from the inside, just like that. The first one is gonna be the hardest because there's nothing holding that bar on. Then we can put that same bolt assembly with the lock washer and flat washer through there. I'm gonna do the same thing on the back with a flat washer and another one of those nuts.Once we have one in on each side, this guy is gonna kind of hold itself where it's gonna stay. But you'll notice that I didn't tighten it down all the way. That's so I can get a little bit of movement out of the bar and line those holes up and get the rest of the bolts through. So, I'm gonna start on this side, again, using that same bolt there with the lock washer and flat washer, then a flat washer and a nut on the inside. I'm gonna put the other two in on this side, just finger tight. Once you have this side all the bolts in, you can move onto the other side and put the other two in on that side as well. Then we're good to start tightening them down. So, now we're ready to tighten all those bolts down. To do that, I'm using a 17-millimeter socket on my 3/8 impact and then a 17-mill wrench from the inside just to hold that nut still. All I'm gonna do is tighten them down one by one, just like that.Then you can go ahead and tighten down the ones on the other side as well. So, we've got our bumper assembled and we're ready to throw it on the front of our Wrangler. Now this one is fairly easy to put on in terms of other bumpers because it is a stubby front bumper and the bolts are actually inside the bumper that feed into the brackets on the front of the frame rails. So, I can actually just walk right up to this, and I'm going to be very gentle. We should be able to just kind of feed these in here very carefully. You can feel around, might take you a minute to get them lined up. But just like that, we can slide that right in. And I can actually let go when it's resting right on those bolts fed through that flange. Now we're good to go ahead and start bolting this guy down to the frame. And then we're ready to start bolting this bumper to the flange.Now on one side of the flange, which is going to be the outside, we do have a spot to put two bolts. Then on the inside, we have those bolts that were attached to the bumper with the thread through. We can put nuts on those. But I'm gonna start with the bolts for those I'm using those 16-millimeter bolts that we talked about earlier. Then a lock washer and a flat washer, but this flat washer's gonna be one of those really big ones, not the small ones we used for that bar on top. I'm just gonna feed this through this hole and get that started, just like that. Then I'm doing the same thing with the same bolt assembly up on the top hole, just like that. I'm not gonna put those in all the way because we still wanna make sure we can move the bumper and get everything lined up. But I am going to move on to the other side of the frame rail with the nuts.And to do that, I'm going to be using another one of those nuts here from earlier and then a lock washer and one of those large flat washers. It's gonna go, flat washer first, then lock washer, then the nut on the outside. There are two on this side, so we have one on the bottom and then the same deal up on top. Big flat washer first, lock washer, and then a nut. Now that we have these two bolts and the two nuts in on this side, you can go ahead and put them all on the other side as well. Then when we have all of them in, we're good to go ahead and tighten this bumper down. Now I'm good to grab my 16-millimeter socket on those outer bolts and good to tighten down these guys here. And there's one, and then the upper one. Once you have those two tightened on the outside you can go ahead and tighten down the ones on the inside of that flange and then the bolts and nuts on the other side as well.Then lastly, we do have these fog light plugs dangling here. I'm just gonna feed them up to the bumper and plug those fog lights back in. There's one and then there's the other on the other side that you can go ahead and plug in too, just like that. Once you have those fog lights plugged in, that is install complete. And that's install complete. That was the Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper with the Jeep logo for the 2007 to 2018 Jeep Wrangler JK. For all things, Jeep, remember to keep it right here at

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      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features & Specs

      • Stubby Width Front Bumper
      • Embossed Jeep Logo
      • Tubular Over-Rider Bar Hoop
      • Heavy Duty Steel Plate and Tube Construction
      • Premium Two Stage Textured Black Powder Coat Finish
      • Built-in Winch Plate, Rated up to 12,000 Pounds
      • High Strength D-Ring Mounts 
      • 9,500 Pound Rated D-Rings Included 
      • OE Size Fog Light Housings
      • Direct Bolt-On Installation
      • Officially Licensed Jeep Product
      • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models


      Designed for Adventure. If you spend all of your weekends out on the trail you should upgrade your 2007-2018 JK's factory bumper to an Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper. This Stubby Bumper won't block your front wheels when approaching steep inclines or when negotiating obstacles. This Stubby Bumper features a built-in winch plate that is capable of supporting a 12,000 pound winch, an integrated over-rider hoop and two high strength D-Ring mounts with 9,500 pound rated D-Rings included. Additionally, the officially licensed embossed Jeep logo adds a nice subtle accent that’s sure to impress fellow Jeep enthusiasts.

      Light up The Night. Light up The Night. This Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Bumper is the perfect solution for night-time trail runners, as it features two OE sized fog light mounting points that allow you to easily swap over your Wrangler's factory fog lights. The over-rider hoop also includes two mounting tabs for use with any aftermarket auxiliary lights to ensure complete confidence in any night time adventure.

      Heavy Duty Construction. This Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper was manufactured to precise specifications from mild steel plating and steel tubing for superior strength and rigidity. The Bumper is then completed in a two stage finish using epoxy pre-coating and high-grade textured black powder coating for long lasting durability and long lasting corrosion resistance. The D-Ring mounts are bolted in place for extra strength.

      Officially Licensed Jeep Product. This Stubby Front Bumper features an officially-licensed Jeep Logo embossed on front for impressive styling. With this Bumper being officially licensed, you can be assured that it is only of the highest quality.

      Bolt-on Installation. The Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper was smartly designed to be a direct bolt-on solution for trail headed Jeeps. As a direct fit replacement, this Front Bumper uses all factory mounting points and requires no additional cutting, welding, or fabrication for install. Installation can be completed in about two hours with just basic hand tools and the help of a friend.

      Application. This Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper with Jeep Logo is designed to fit 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models. 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!.


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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • Bumper
      • Lightbar Mount
      • (2) Block Off Plates
      • (2) D-Rings
      • (6) M10 x 1.5 x 30mm Bolts
      • (4) M10 x 1.5 x 25mm Bolts
      • (14) M10 Lock Washers
      • (20) M10 Flat Washers
      • (10) M10 Nuts
      • (8) M4 x 0.7 x 15mm Screws

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