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Poison Spyder RockBrawler II Rear Bumper w/ Tire Carrier - SpyderShell Armor Coat (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features & Details

    • Rock Crawling Rear Bumper
    • Integrated RockBrawler II Tire Carrier
    • Maximal Tire Clearance up to 39"
    • Two-Way Adjustable Tire Mount
    • 2" Hitch Receiver
    • 1" Thick Recovery D-Ring Tabs
    • 3/16" CNC Laser Cut Steel
    • Black SpyderShell Armor Coat
    • Recessed Light Buckets Accepting 2.5" Round Clear LEDs
    • 1 Year Warranty, 5 Year SpyderShell Warranty
    • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JKs
    Single-Action Tire Carrier. The Poison Spyder RockBrawler II Rear Bumper for 2007-2018 JK Wranglers is designed as a direct upgrade, adding better protection and more utility to the rear of your Jeep. Providing optimal dismount geometry and cab corner protection, the RockBrawler II is ideal for owners looking to take their Jeep rock crawling. A unique, arachnid-styled, built-in spare tire carrier can accommodate up to a 39" tire, is two-way adjustable and the single-action design of it makes opening and closing the tailgate effortless, even with one hand. Mounted with heavy duty hinges and tethered to the tailgate, this carrier operates rattle-free and won't sag over time. A standard size 2" hitch receiver is integrated into the bottom of the bumper and is capable of towing up to 3,500 lbs. Two D-ring tabs are located at each end of the bumper, and in conjunction with the receiver hitch, offer plenty of choice for hookup and recovery points.

    Heavy Duty Construction. This RockBrawler II Rear Bumper is made from 3/16" steel plating and is further reinforced and strengthened via internal gusseting. The RockBrawler II Spare tire carrier is also fabricated from a high strength steel plate and uses heavy duty hinges incorporating Timken tapered roller bearings for consistent smooth operation even when carrying a 39" spare. The complete bumper assembly is finished using Poison Spyder's proprietary SpyderShell Armor Coat - a 6-stage process that leaves the RockBrawler II finished with a hard, extremely durable semi-gloss black powdercoat.

    Some Drilling Required. Mounting the Poison Spyder RockBrawler II Rear Bumper onto your JK Wrangler can be done at home without any specialty tools. If you re-use all the factory mounting points plus two additional mounting points (which need to be drilled), installing the BHF II will take approximately 2 hours using basic hand tools. Given the size of the bumper, an extra set of hands will really smooth the process.

    Warranty. This RockBrawler II Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier is backed by Poison Spyder's 1 year warranty, while the SpyderShell Armor Coating is backed by a 5 year warranty.

    Application. This SpyderShell Armor Coat Poison Spyder RockBrawler II Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier is designed to fit all 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models, including Rubicon and Unlimited.

    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!.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

    MPN# 17-62-020P1

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Rear Bumper w/ Tire Carrier
    Installation Info
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    Will it fit my Wrangler?
    • JK Rubicon 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Rubicon 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Wrangler 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Wrangler 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

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          Ratings Summary

          4.5 out of 5 overall rating from 2 customers

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          • February 22, 2018

            5 2016 Rubicon - RichardB Installation Time: Afternoon

            Very Nice

            I bought my jeep with the stock bumper and tire carrier. Running offroad with 35's was killing my tailgate, so I picked up this baby. Funny that none of the videos show the demolition part. I found that the hardest part of this gig was removal of the stock bumper/hitch from the rear frame crossmember. The bolts are so long that I had to move the muffler to get them out. PITA! Another catch was the installation of the lights, which need to be installed AND WIRED before installing the bumper. Otherwise the bumper/tire carrier went on quite nicely and performs superbly. A huge improvement over stock.

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          • September 23, 2017

            4 2017 Rubicon - Walter Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great product - Instuctions lacking

            I installed this on my 2017 Rubicon and am very pleased with it. The gear is certainly heavy duty, and I like the way it looks a lot. I had some delays and cost with installation that could have been easily avoided if the instructions were accurate, and designed for a guy like me who was doing this for the first time. It took an afternoon to install instead of a couple of hours, and the reason was purely wasted time trying to figure out what to do because the instructions could have been better. That, or if I was smarter, I suppose 2 hours would have been doable. Overall, the installation instructions are designed without much consideration for someone who hasn't taken parts off their Jeep before. It gives no advice about what or how to remove several things that I didn't know. For example on my Rubicon, there was a recovery hook on the driver's side that needed to come off, but wasn't referenced at all in the instructions. Okay, no big deal, but it was the start of a trend. I'll explain more later. The PDF instructions on this website are old, but I didn't know that. There are instructions included in the boxes with the parts, but the images are really dark, so I figured I would go by the PDF here for ease of viewing. I went out and bought a step up drill bit to make the holes shown in step 3. These holes are not even required now, so it was a waste of money for the bit, and time and effort to drill it, and paint the hole. Step 6 is also not required; there is no floating mounting plate anymore. The instruction sheet that came from Poison Spyder is newer, but I only found that out after cross referencing the two and trying to figure out why it was talking about drilling a different 1/2 inch hole all the way through the crossbar instead of the 1 inch holes I just made. I called Poison Spyder and confirmed the instructions sent with the product are the ones to use. Luckily the holes I drilled are not where the single 1/2 hole needs to be. I thought I was going to be out of luck with a big hole in my Jeep where I needed one half that size. Unfortunately, the new instructions are also inncaure, at least for a 2017 JK, because it references drilling two holes the side of the frame rail that aren't required either. On my Jeep, these two holes on the sides where you install the clips were already there. Bonus - no drilling needed there. For the 1/2 inch hole, the instructions have you drill up from the bottom on the driver's side, and it says you have to drill all the way through the top, but there was already a top hole on my crossbar, so that was another difference. It saved me some drilling, but it again undercut my confidence in the guidance the company had provided. The good thing was the hardware is very solid and fit with no problem at all once I was putting the bolts in. Once I got past being confused or misinformed about where and what to drill, it was easy to bolt the bumper on. The finish is nice, but I found a couple of dings that were in the paint right out of the box. I touched them up and don't expect any major problems, but I was hoping their armor coat would have been more durable (based on the price of this, I expected it to be really really tough). I think the instructions should not only tell you how to stick parts on, but also what parts should come off, and how to do so. They do not. A guy at the factory or someone who does multiple installs would know everything, but as a guy doing this for the first time, I had no knowledge to go on. When I went to install the tire carrier, it was obvious the old tire carrier had to come off. Unbolting the old one was obvious, and then unscrewing the back part that covers the wiring up to the third brake light was pretty straight forward too. What do I do with the wire and connector that is sticking out of the gate? I dunno. Right now it is just hanging there. Looking at the gate vent it was pretty obvious it would be in the way and should come off, but how without breaking something? I didn't want to break something I might need later by just yanking off stuff without knowing how to do it properly. The instructions could have referenced removal and saved me some concern and a call to Extreme Terrain to make sure I was supposed to just pry it out. It has some plastic tabs that extend up and down, but just grabbing the top left corner and pulling it out and down worked for me. Overall, it could have been smoother and faster if the instructions were more clear and more first time guy friendly. Once I was un-confused (at least as far as I can be), installation was pretty easy. Heck, I even got the bumper bolted on by myself by just setting it on a couple of buckets to balance it and then starting the bolts on the sides. The paint looks good, but it obviously isn't super tough as it came with a couple of chips, and I noticed I scraped a few spots myself. Looking back I would have opted to save $200, bought the unpainted version and had it coated with Line-X . For this, I gave it 3 stars on bang for the buck.

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