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Merideth: If you're in search of a stubby front bumper to enhance the off-road capabilities of your 2020 or newer JT Gladiator, this Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper with the Jeep Logo will be a great solution to do so. Now, this front bumper will be a sleek and to-the-point option when it comes to styling, but will offer a decent amount of capability, which will be great for you guys out there that are looking for a no-fuss design while still being incredibly functional. Not only will this give you the confidence boost that you need when you're out on the trail knowing you have a reliable setup, but it's also going to offer that aggressive style upgrade to the front while allowing you the flexibility to customize it to your personal preference.When it comes to the utility of this front bumper, this is going to feature a winch plate up top capable of housing a winch with up to a 12,000-pound pulling capacity, and it's gonna come with two welded D-ring mounts as well as 9,500-pound rated D-rings for solid front end recovery. This will also come with a bolt-on bull bar, and I really like the fact that it's bolt-on. Again, you can customize this front bumper to your personal preference if you want to have this on there for grille protection as well as the additional accessory mounts that are welded right onto the top here. You can add that, or if you want that sleek style from time to time, you can always take it off. This also features an embossed Jeep logo right on the front of the bumper that's going to add some unique branding, but it's also going to show that this is gonna be backed by OE quality.This will be tough and able to take some abuse. Made of a steel plate construction with a two-stage epoxy pre-coat and a black powder coat finish on top that's going to protect the steel. Now, the build itself will offer good front end coverage while allowing a lot of room on the side for larger wheels and tires, and better articulation while getting that wide appearance that the stubby front bumper brings to the table. Now, this bumper is going to be tough and able to take some abuse if you are going out on the trail with it. Made of a steel plate construction with a solid two-stage epoxy pre-coat and a black powder coat finish on top that's going to do a great job at protecting the steel underneath and elongating the lifespan and the look of this front bumper.Now the bumper itself will offer some really good front end coverage while allowing a lot of room on the sides for those larger wheels and tires, and better articulation while getting that wide appearance that the stubby front bumper look brings to the table. The bumper is also going to come with absolutely everything that you need in order to make the swap with no modifications required.This will come in at about $450, being one of the less expensive options on the page for a front bumper. Now, the price being a bit lower is typical for a stubby front bumper just considering they are smaller, but the best part about this bumper is that it's just going to be as functional when it comes to center protection and utility. It just won't cover the front of your tires. However, if you're looking to save some cash, get that aggressively wide head-on appearance, and still get everything that you need for the trail while being backed with Jeep quality, then this is going to be a great option.When it comes to install, this is going to be completely bolt-on at a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about two hours to get the job done. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown on how to get this onto your JT at home. So that's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and get into it.Man 1: The tools you're going to need for this install include an impact, a 1/4 and 3/8 electric ratchets, a clip removal tool, a 3/8 extension, 2.5-millimeter Allen key, an 8-millimeter swivel socket, a T20 Torx socket, 6-millimeter Allen socket, a 7, 13, 16, 17, and 18-millimeter sockets, a 3/8 swivel socket, a 7 and a 17-millimeter wrench. What's up, guys? Today we're gonna be installing a bumper on our Gladiator. As you can see, our bumper's already removed. You're gonna watch a short video on how to uninstall your stock bumper, and I'll meet you back here for the install.Man 2: So our first step to uninstalling our factory bumper is to remove our splash guard. It's held in by eight push clips and two 8-millimeter bolts. So we'll grab an 8-millimeter socket for our bolts and a clip remover tool for our clips. So our first step is to remove these two 8-millimeter bolts. And now we can remove our push clips.Now coming back up top, right in between our bumper and our grille, we have two more push clips that we have to remove. So once again, I'll grab that clip remover tool and pop these out.Next, we can come behind the bumper on the passenger side. We have to disconnect our connector for our fog lights. So we'll press in back here and disconnect our harness. So now staying on the passenger side right by where we disconnected our fog light harness, we can remove this 16-millimeter bolt as well as these two 18-millimeter nuts. Now for the top nut, we're gonna leave that threaded on a few threads just to hold everything in place while we work on the other side. So we'll take that 16-millimeter socket to remove our first bolt. And then we'll grab our 18-millimeter socket to remove our two nuts. And then once again, up top, we're going to leave it on a few threads just to hold everything in place.Now coming to the inside of our passenger frame rail, we have the same setup with a 16-millimeter bolt and two 18-millimeter nuts. So once again, we'll grab that 16-millimeter socket for the bolt, and then we'll swap out to our 18-millimeter socket for our nuts. And on the inside of our frame rail, we can fully remove both of our nuts since we have that one supporting the weight on the other side. And then we can slide our bracket out of the way. And once we're done with the passenger side, we can repeat those same steps on the driver's side. So now we can go ahead and remove our two nuts that we have left supporting the bumper and fully remove it.Man 1: All right, guys. So we have to transfer our fog lights over to our new bumper. So to do so, there are six bolts on each side that we're going to remove with a 7-millimeter socket. We got one more back here. Now we're going to repeat that process on the other side of the bumper. So now that you've repeated that process on the other side, we're going to grab our wiring harness for our fog lights, unhook that, and grab a clip removal tool. We're going to pop this clip out, like so. Now we can lift up on our plastic and it can be removed. You can just lift up and set this off to the side.Now we can take a 13-millimeter socket and an extension, and we're gonna remove these four bolts. Now our next step, set our wiring harness out of the way. And the same as that plastic piece, all we got to do is lift up and this is removed. All right, guys. So now that our metal bracket is removed, we're going to be removing our wiring harness. So we're going to come over to our connector, press down on the tab, and lift up. Then we can grab our clip removal tool, and we're going to go down the line unclipping them all. All right. Now we can push this over here. And one last connector for our passenger side.So now that our wiring harness is out of the way, we're going to remove our fog light assembly here. So we're going to grab a T20 Torx socket and remove these three Torx bolts. One more up top here. All right. Pull up. Now you can repeat this process on the other side. All right. So now we can grab our OEM fog lights. We're gonna put them onto our new bumper here. We're going to take these small bolts here and either your included Allen key or a 2.5-millimeter Allen key. We're going to thread it into these two holes over here. Thread this in. Now we can come over to the second one here, do that same thing.All right. So now we can grab our bolt, our small lock washer, a washer, and we're going to put this through the top here through that hole. And we're going to grab another washer and a small nut and we're gonna thread that onto the back. There we go. Then we can grab a 7-millimeter wrench and our 2.5-millimeter Allen key. We're going to tighten this up. There we go. Now you can repeat this process for the other fog light.All right. Now that you repeated that on the other side, we're going to plug back in our fog lights. Press them into place. And since we have so much excess with this, we can twist it around like so. Just go around our new fog lights. Now we can tuck this off to the side. Then you could use some zip ties to keep it up a little bit better. But now your fog lights are installed.All right, guys. So now we're ready to put on our bar. I put the styrofoam cover over top of the holes so it reduces rattling when you're driving. So we're going to line these holes up. We're going to grab the bolts with the Allen head on top, and we're going to throw a washer on there. We're going to slide it through. Put our second washer over, and our nut. We'll thread that on. Just going to go down the line. Before I hit that bottom one, I'm going to come over to the other side. Do that same process. Now we'll tighten these up with a 17-millimeter wrench for the nut and a 6-millimeter Allen socket for the top. Come over to the other side and continue.All right. Now we're ready to get this onto the vehicle. All right. So now I grabbed a buddy to help me get this onto the vehicle. We're going to line these studs up into the mounting holes and put in our washer, lock washer, and our nut. Now we can tighten up our nuts with our 16-millimeter socket. All right. You can repeat that process on the other side.Now for our second set of threads, we're going to grab our bolt, lock washer, and washer, and we're going to thread these in. We'll tighten that down with our 16-millimeter socket. Now you can repeat this process on the other side of the bumper.So now we're going to bring our fog light connector from the other side of the frame rail and our wiring harness that we just wired up. Now we're going to make that connection. Now we can tuck everything back. You can use zip ties to keep it all back. Now that we have our new bumper installed, we're gonna reinstall our factory skid plate. Just gonna have these tabs slide in there. Grab our factory bolts, thread them into their locations. Then we can grab our 16-millimeter socket and we're gonna tighten both of these up.All right. And for our last step, we're gonna be installing our D-rings. So we're gonna get this bolt out of here, line it up, put it through, thread it back in. Come over here and do that same process. All right. And now your install is complete.So that's gonna wrap up the install on our Officially Licensed Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper with Jeep Logo for your '20 to '23 Jeep Gladiator JT. Thanks for watching. And for all things Gladiator, keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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|Jeep Licensed by RedRock
|Bumper Winch Mount
|Bumper Fog Light Fitment
Designed for Off-Road Use. If you are an adventurous JT owner who spends the weekends out on the trail, you should upgrade to a Jeep Licensed by RedRock 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 2 high-strength D-Ring mounts with 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. This Jeep Stubby Front Winch Bumper is the perfect solution for night-time trail runners. This Bumper features 2 OE sized fog light mounting tabs that allow you to easily swap over your Gladiator's factory LED fog lights. The over-rider hoop also includes 2 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 Bumper was manufactured from heavy-duty steel plate and steel tubing for superior strength and rigidity. The D-Ring mounts are bolted in place for extra strength. The entire Bumper is then completed in a 2-stage finish using epoxy pre-coating and high-grade, textured black powder coating for durability and long-lasting corrosion resistance.
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.
Easy, Bolt-On Installation. This Stubby Front Bumper was engineered to be a direct bolt-on replacement for the original stock bumper reusing the factory 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 Jeep Licensed by RedRock Stubby Front Winch Bumper with Jeep Logo is designed for use on 2020-2024 Jeep Gladiator JT models.
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