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RedRock Crawler-Max Full Width Winch Front Bumper (18-23 Jeep Wrangler JL)

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      Video Review & Installation

      0:00:01.260,0:00:05.670hey guys so today I'm here with the0:00:02.970,0:00:07.560Redrock 4x4 crawler max full width from0:00:05.670,0:00:10.590bumper with the winch mount hitting all0:00:07.560,0:00:12.2702018 and newer Jail Wranglers so this is0:00:10.590,0:00:14.730gonna be for the jail owner looking for0:00:12.270,0:00:16.740a very functional from bumper but with0:00:14.730,0:00:18.750some custom styling that stands out from0:00:16.740,0:00:20.339all those other heavy duty options that0:00:18.750,0:00:22.439you may be taking a look at on the page0:00:20.339,0:00:24.480so this is going to offer you a number0:00:22.439,0:00:26.730of different benefits first off you do0:00:24.480,0:00:28.349have the stubby steel plating design in0:00:26.730,0:00:30.630the middle that's going to offer you0:00:28.349,0:00:32.579recovery points a winch plate as well as0:00:30.630,0:00:34.739light mounting options and then you also0:00:32.579,0:00:36.600have the tube design up top as well as0:00:34.739,0:00:38.550on the ends to provide you full front0:00:36.600,0:00:40.370end protection protecting to your tires0:00:38.550,0:00:42.840as well as your grill without0:00:40.370,0:00:44.879compromising any approach angles on the0:00:42.840,0:00:47.100trail so not to mention this hybrid0:00:44.879,0:00:48.989design is just going to all-around give0:00:47.100,0:00:50.340you a more aggressive look while staying0:00:48.989,0:00:52.949very different than those other0:00:50.340,0:00:54.390heavy-duty options like I mentioned so0:00:52.949,0:00:56.489this is gonna be for that jay'll owner0:00:54.390,0:00:58.289looking for a front bumper that makes0:00:56.489,0:01:00.059their rig stand out so this is gonna be0:00:58.289,0:01:02.579roughly four hundred dollars making this0:01:00.059,0:01:04.530a very affordable option as far as a0:01:02.579,0:01:06.030full width from bumper goes so full0:01:04.530,0:01:08.400width front bumpers are usually a little0:01:06.030,0:01:09.810bit more expensive because of the extra0:01:08.400,0:01:11.910benefits that they offer as far as0:01:09.810,0:01:13.620protection goes so those less expensive0:01:11.910,0:01:16.170options are usually going to consist of0:01:13.620,0:01:16.980stubby front bumpers as well as mid with0:01:16.170,0:01:19.140front bumpers0:01:16.980,0:01:21.150however this in comparison to some other0:01:19.140,0:01:22.800more expensive options for full with0:01:21.150,0:01:24.900front bumpers is a little bit less0:01:22.800,0:01:26.940expensive just because of the tube0:01:24.900,0:01:28.770design and the hybrid design overall0:01:26.940,0:01:30.540however you're not compromising any0:01:28.770,0:01:33.060functionality with this and you still0:01:30.540,0:01:35.220are getting a ton of utility as well as0:01:33.060,0:01:37.440a ton of aggressive styling out of this0:01:35.220,0:01:38.910front bumper so overall in my opinion I0:01:37.440,0:01:40.410think this comes with every standard0:01:38.910,0:01:42.150feature that you would want out of a0:01:40.410,0:01:44.220full width from bumper at a very0:01:42.150,0:01:45.870affordable price point so installs gonna0:01:44.220,0:01:48.150be a very easy one out of three wrenches0:01:45.870,0:01:50.100on the difficulty meter probably taking0:01:48.150,0:01:51.990you about two hours to get the job done0:01:50.100,0:01:53.310with some basic hand tools so speaking0:01:51.990,0:01:55.440of the install it's jump through that0:01:53.310,0:01:57.360now the tools that I use for my install0:01:55.440,0:02:00.180were an impact wrench an 18 millimeter0:01:57.360,0:02:01.84016 millimeter 8 millimeter and 70:02:00.180,0:02:03.939millimeter deep socket a 60:02:01.840,0:02:06.939shallow socket a 3/8 inch drive ratchet0:02:03.939,0:02:08.979put your removal tool and a flathead0:02:06.939,0:02:10.840screwdriver so our first couple of steps0:02:08.979,0:02:12.910are going to include taking off our0:02:10.840,0:02:15.220upper splash guard as well as our lower0:02:12.910,0:02:16.870and then we can fully remove our bumper0:02:15.220,0:02:17.650and now for the upper splash guard0:02:16.870,0:02:20.019you're going to need a flathead0:02:17.650,0:02:22.450screwdriver or a trim removal tool and0:02:20.019,0:02:24.160we're going to pop off the eight top0:02:22.450,0:02:26.410clips that are holding in the splash0:02:24.160,0:02:29.560guard so you're gonna have two in the0:02:26.410,0:02:34.049frame rail on the bottom of your splash0:02:29.560,0:02:36.970guard we can just push that pops it up0:02:34.049,0:02:39.610pull it out and then you're gonna have0:02:36.970,0:02:41.590six along the front now you don't0:02:39.610,0:02:43.900necessarily need to take off these six0:02:41.590,0:02:45.849long along the front I'm just doing it0:02:43.900,0:02:48.069just to give you guys a better view on0:02:45.849,0:02:54.069how we're actually going to take off the0:02:48.069,0:02:56.530bumper now like I said you can also use0:02:54.069,0:02:58.209a trim removal tool to do this however I0:02:56.530,0:03:00.430think a flathead is a little bit easier0:02:58.209,0:03:02.769than our removal tool just because there0:03:00.430,0:03:05.280are indents on the side to pull up that0:03:02.769,0:03:05.280tab0:03:14.980,0:03:19.300now I would like to mention if you have0:03:16.810,0:03:21.700a sport model front bumper there will be0:03:19.300,0:03:23.050two seven millimeter screws behind here0:03:21.700,0:03:25.209that you will need to remove0:03:23.050,0:03:30.000however we are working on a Sahara here0:03:25.209,0:03:30.000so we do not have those RM from bumper0:03:32.519,0:03:37.720so now we can fully remove this upper0:03:34.900,0:03:39.519splash guard out of the way so now that0:03:37.720,0:03:41.470we're underneath our Jeep we are at the0:03:39.519,0:03:43.420lower splash guard here we are gonna0:03:41.470,0:03:46.269remove the two eight millimeter bolts in0:03:43.420,0:03:47.680these risks test holes on either side of0:03:46.269,0:03:49.269our lower splash guard so I'm going to0:03:47.680,0:03:52.470use a neat little meter deep socket and0:03:49.269,0:03:52.470impact wrench to get those off0:04:00.530,0:04:04.670so now we can remove the eight pop clips0:04:02.840,0:04:06.560that are holding in the front of our0:04:04.670,0:04:08.420splash guard I'm going to be using a0:04:06.560,0:04:10.690trim removal tool in order to remove0:04:08.420,0:04:10.690those0:04:25.020,0:04:33.080so after our final pop clip is removed0:04:28.740,0:04:33.080we can fully remove our splash guard0:04:38.680,0:04:42.580so our next step is to remove this lower0:04:40.900,0:04:44.440skid plate and get it out of the way so0:04:42.580,0:04:45.970we can access our bolts on our bumper0:04:44.440,0:04:47.979I'm gonna be using a 16 millimeter0:04:45.970,0:04:50.370socket to remove the two bolts that are0:04:47.979,0:04:50.370holding it0:04:54.639,0:05:06.019so after that is removed we can slide0:04:57.589,0:05:07.969our get plate up so there is a trim0:05:06.019,0:05:10.549piece here I did remove it in order to0:05:07.969,0:05:12.349give you guys a better look at the studs0:05:10.549,0:05:14.959coming through our frame rail I'm going0:05:12.349,0:05:16.849to be removing these two nuts with an 180:05:14.959,0:05:19.119millimeter deep socket and my impact0:05:16.849,0:05:19.119wrench0:05:28.250,0:05:32.810now we can repeat that on these six0:05:30.500,0:05:34.310other steps so now on the inside of your0:05:32.810,0:05:36.440frame rail you're going to have the same0:05:34.310,0:05:38.750two studs and we're going to remove0:05:36.440,0:05:41.330those two nuts with that same 180:05:38.750,0:05:43.190millimeter socket however you may want0:05:41.330,0:05:44.660to use a hand ratchet because it is0:05:43.190,0:05:46.900difficult to get an impact wrench in0:05:44.660,0:05:46.900here0:06:21.460,0:06:27.180now we can do the same thing for the0:06:23.170,0:06:27.180other side for those inner studs0:07:13.159,0:07:18.270so now before we can remove our factory0:07:15.810,0:07:20.490bumper we do need to disconnect our main0:07:18.270,0:07:24.620fog light wiring harness all you have to0:07:20.490,0:07:27.240do is to press that clip and pull back0:07:24.620,0:07:29.580and it'll pop right out now we can0:07:27.240,0:07:31.560remove our bumper so now we can take off0:07:29.580,0:07:33.960of our bumper just by pulling back and0:07:31.560,0:07:35.939getting this out of the way so what we0:07:33.960,0:07:37.860need to do now is remove our fog lights0:07:35.939,0:07:39.360from our front bumper now this is the0:07:37.860,0:07:41.099Sahara front bumper it's gonna be a0:07:39.360,0:07:43.439little bit different from the rubicon as0:07:41.099,0:07:45.539well as the base model sport0:07:43.439,0:07:47.250however the sport model is gonna be a0:07:45.539,0:07:49.949little bit easier but you will still be0:07:47.250,0:07:52.379using these same tools so first we're0:07:49.949,0:07:55.050gonna go ahead and unplug our fog lights0:07:52.379,0:07:57.180and then we can take a seven millimeter0:07:55.050,0:07:59.219socket and go ahead and remove the four0:07:57.180,0:08:01.460screws that are holding in each fog0:07:59.219,0:08:01.460light0:08:13.690,0:08:18.750and we can remove0:08:16.080,0:08:20.870boggling the same thing for the other0:08:18.750,0:08:20.870side0:08:32.740,0:08:37.540so what we need to do now is remove our0:08:35.020,0:08:39.220wiring harness for our fog lights now0:08:37.540,0:08:41.320there is a front and a back plastic0:08:39.220,0:08:43.930piece that we need to separate in order0:08:41.320,0:08:45.340to expose that wiring harness to remove0:08:43.930,0:08:47.080it so I'm going to take a seven0:08:45.340,0:08:49.660millimeter socket and remove all of the0:08:47.080,0:08:57.100screws that are holding in the plastic0:08:49.660,0:09:01.410pieces together they're basically going0:08:57.100,0:09:01.410to be the perimeter of the whole bumper0:09:14.300,0:09:20.380there is one missing firm here but there0:09:16.700,0:09:23.270is another one we can continue0:09:20.380,0:09:26.990so this plastics pretty delicate so if0:09:23.270,0:09:28.940you did strip one this one is stripped I0:09:26.990,0:09:32.390just put a flathead screwdriver behind0:09:28.940,0:09:34.910it and just push it up on the square0:09:32.390,0:09:37.510just to get it out and we can continue0:09:34.910,0:09:37.510down the side0:09:55.000,0:09:58.930so now that all of our screws are0:09:56.589,0:10:00.459removed I'm gonna start unclipping the0:09:58.930,0:10:02.139clips that are holding in the exposed0:10:00.459,0:10:07.269part of our wiring harness I'm just0:10:02.139,0:10:08.949using a trim removal tool to do so then0:10:07.269,0:10:12.300we can move over to the other side where0:10:08.949,0:10:12.300our other harness is exposed0:10:18.790,0:10:23.410so what we can do now is separate the0:10:20.860,0:10:26.260front piece from the rest of the bumper0:10:23.410,0:10:29.560so I'm going to pull this back portion0:10:26.260,0:10:31.860up and we have to move it around our tow0:10:29.560,0:10:31.860hooks0:10:38.540,0:10:43.019so we can take that off and then that's0:10:40.649,0:10:44.339going to expose our wiring harness so0:10:43.019,0:10:46.230now with the trim and movable tool that0:10:44.339,0:10:47.670we use before we can go ahead and pop0:10:46.230,0:10:51.230off the series of clips that are holding0:10:47.670,0:10:51.230in our wiring harness0:11:19.920,0:11:23.500so before we go ahead and install our0:11:22.060,0:11:24.910new front bumper I did want to tell you0:11:23.500,0:11:27.100guys a little bit more about it in0:11:24.910,0:11:28.900comparison to your factory front bumper0:11:27.100,0:11:30.970now right off the bat this is going to0:11:28.900,0:11:32.590offer you a ton more functionality than0:11:30.970,0:11:34.480your factory from bumper is able to0:11:32.590,0:11:36.280offer you however is still going to be0:11:34.480,0:11:38.170the same length so you still are getting0:11:36.280,0:11:40.660full front end protection you're getting0:11:38.170,0:11:42.820front tire protection as well as a bull0:11:40.660,0:11:44.170bar or a crash bar up top that's going0:11:42.820,0:11:45.970to protect a little bit more of your0:11:44.170,0:11:47.680grille than your factory bumper would0:11:45.970,0:11:49.570now even though this is still going to0:11:47.680,0:11:51.160be roughly a the same length that0:11:49.570,0:11:53.020standard width or a full width front0:11:51.160,0:11:55.060bumper this is still gonna have angled0:11:53.020,0:11:57.250ends up on the side with the tube design0:11:55.060,0:11:59.950so it's going to allow you for a better0:11:57.250,0:12:01.930approach angles off-road as well as some0:11:59.950,0:12:03.880larger wheels and tires now this is0:12:01.930,0:12:05.950gonna be a lot more durable as well made0:12:03.880,0:12:07.750of a cold rolled steel and it's got a0:12:05.950,0:12:09.400nice two-stage black textured powder0:12:07.750,0:12:11.320coat finish on top which is gonna0:12:09.400,0:12:13.060protect that steel underneath from any0:12:11.320,0:12:14.560rust or corrosion what it's also gonna0:12:13.060,0:12:17.050do is create an aggressive and more0:12:14.560,0:12:18.100off-road feel to your Wrangler now you0:12:17.050,0:12:19.420are getting a couple of different0:12:18.100,0:12:21.400benefits that your front bumper is0:12:19.420,0:12:23.380unable to offer you like I mentioned you0:12:21.400,0:12:25.270are getting that grill protection you do0:12:23.380,0:12:27.730get a tube bull bar with a couple of0:12:25.270,0:12:29.590reinforcement tubes up there you also0:12:27.730,0:12:31.690are getting two recovery points two0:12:29.590,0:12:33.670d-ring mount points on the front for0:12:31.690,0:12:36.070some safer and more efficient recovery0:12:33.670,0:12:38.350points than your factory tow hooks were0:12:36.070,0:12:40.360able to allow and you're also getting a0:12:38.350,0:12:42.280drop-in winch plate now this is gonna be0:12:40.360,0:12:44.290a little bit lower than some of the0:12:42.280,0:12:46.420other top mounted options on the page0:12:44.290,0:12:48.730but your factory front bumper is unable0:12:46.420,0:12:50.230to offer eight which plate at all so0:12:48.730,0:12:52.240that is a benefit there and it's gonna0:12:50.230,0:12:54.760be able to hold a winch with up to a0:12:52.240,0:12:56.47012,000 pounds pulling capacity as well0:12:54.760,0:12:58.540so there's a couple of other things you0:12:56.470,0:13:00.010do get to like mounting tabs up top for0:12:58.540,0:13:02.290any accessory lighting that you want to0:13:00.010,0:13:03.970add down the line and you are able to0:13:02.290,0:13:05.800swap over the factory fog lights which0:13:03.970,0:13:07.960we are going to do next so enough about0:13:05.800,0:13:09.700these two bumpers side-by-side let's go0:13:07.960,0:13:11.380install our fog lights so now we can go0:13:09.700,0:13:13.210ahead and install our fog lights using0:13:11.380,0:13:15.550our provided hardware we're gonna attach0:13:13.210,0:13:17.710spring Clips around on each of the holes0:13:15.550,0:13:19.630on the welded brackets on our prop0:13:17.710,0:13:21.490bumper and then we can go ahead and use0:13:19.630,0:13:22.930our bolts to secure them down so I'm0:13:21.490,0:13:24.430gonna head around this side to give you0:13:22.930,0:13:26.710guys a better view so we can take our0:13:24.430,0:13:27.990spring clips and slide them on to each0:13:26.710,0:13:30.670of the holes0:13:27.990,0:13:33.300making sure that the threaded part is0:13:30.670,0:13:33.300facing down0:13:39.790,0:13:46.930so after those are on there we can grab0:13:42.160,0:13:48.730our fog light put it in place so we can0:13:46.930,0:13:52.750grab our provided hardware which is0:13:48.730,0:13:55.170going to be a small bolts and flat0:13:52.750,0:13:55.170washers0:14:05.740,0:14:09.250so I'm just gonna put them in place for0:14:07.720,0:14:10.420now making sure that they're sitting in0:14:09.250,0:14:14.010the spring clip and then we can go ahead0:14:10.420,0:14:14.010and thread them in and tighten them down0:14:18.970,0:14:21.790I'm gonna take a flathead screwdriver0:14:20.230,0:14:25.350you can also take a Phillips head0:14:21.790,0:14:25.350screwdriver and those up0:15:20.810,0:15:24.560so now we're ready to mount up our from0:15:22.580,0:15:28.150bumper this bumper is heavy so I would0:15:24.560,0:15:28.150recommend to gravity friend0:15:31.480,0:15:36.399so what we can do now once our bumper is0:15:33.970,0:15:38.410on is secure it down so on each of the0:15:36.399,0:15:40.989eight studs we're going to install a0:15:38.410,0:15:42.579flat washer a lock washer and then a nut0:15:40.989,0:15:45.339and then tighten it down with a sixteen0:15:42.579,0:15:48.309millimeter socket so you're gonna have0:15:45.339,0:15:51.100two studs on each side of either frame0:15:48.309,0:15:53.559rail I already put on the flat washer0:15:51.100,0:15:55.629and lock washer and then we can put on0:15:53.559,0:15:58.350the nut into the same thing for the0:15:55.629,0:15:58.350bottom stud0:17:21.400,0:17:24.939so once you have all of your hardware0:17:22.900,0:17:26.439threaded on we can take a sixty0:17:24.939,0:17:28.500millimeter deep socket and tighten those0:17:26.439,0:17:28.500down0:18:43.790,0:18:49.220so now we can install our factory wiring0:18:45.980,0:18:52.250harness now you can tidy your wire up0:18:49.220,0:18:54.770however you want to what I'm gonna do is0:18:52.250,0:18:56.450just send the longer portion of the fog0:18:54.770,0:18:58.810light that reaches to the other side of0:18:56.450,0:19:07.850the bumper through our winch plate here0:18:58.810,0:19:13.460and plug that into our fog lights then0:19:07.850,0:19:18.800we can take the other side plug in our0:19:13.460,0:19:24.800other connection and then we can plug in0:19:18.800,0:19:27.380our main plug and then take this extra0:19:24.800,0:19:30.560loom of wire and you can put it inside0:19:27.380,0:19:32.660the winch plate if you'd like and zip0:19:30.560,0:19:38.060tie it in there just to clean it up a0:19:32.660,0:19:39.710little bit so that's gonna wrap it up0:19:38.060,0:19:41.390for my review and install make sure you0:19:39.710,0:19:43.130like and subscribe and for more videos0:19:41.390,0:19:45.310like this always keep it right here at0:19:43.130,0:19:45.310extremeterrain.com0:19:46.290,0:19:50.890[Music]0:19:48.830,0:19:50.890you0:19:56.860,0:19:58.920you

      Product Information

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


      • Full Width Crawler-Max Front Bumper
      • Heavy Duty Steel Plate and Tube Construction
      • Premium Two Stage Textured Black Powder Coat Finish
      • Built-in Winch Plate, Rated up to 12,000 lbs.
      • Tubular Over-Rider Grille Guard Hoop
      • High Strength D-Ring Mounts with D-Rings Included
      • OE Size Fog Light Housings
      • Direct Bolt-On Installation
      • Fits 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL Models


      Perfect for Off-Road Use. Engineered with off-road use in mind, RedRock 4x4's Crawler-Max Full Width Front Bumper features a tubular over-rider grille guard hoop and two high strength D-Ring mounts with 9,500 lb. rated D-Rings. The integrated winch plate is capable of supporting a 12,000 lb. winch, making the RedRock 4x4 Crawler-Max Front Bumper the perfect choice for the adventurous 2018-2023 JL Wrangler owner.

      OE Size Fog Light Housings. This RedRock 4x4 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 LED 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. RedRock 4x4 manufactures their Front Bumper from heavy duty, fabricated steel plate and steel tubing for superior strength and rigidity. The D-Ring mounts are welded in place for extra strength. RedRock then completes the entire 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. RedRock 4x4 engineered their Crawler-Max Front Bumper 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 good friend.

      Application. This RedRock 4x4 Full Width Crawler-Max Front Bumper with Winch Mount is designed for use on all 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL models.

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      RedRock 4x4


      RedRock J116325

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      Installation & What's in the Box

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      What's in the Box

      • (1) Bumper
      • (2) D-Rings
      • (8) M10 Flat Washer
      • (8) M10 Nut
      • (8) M10 Lock Washers
      • (8) M4 Flat Washer
      • (8) M4 Clip Nut
      • (8) M4 Bolt
      • (8) M4 Lock Washer

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