Smittybilt XRC Jeep Rear Bumper
- XRC (Extreme Rock Crawler Series)
- Ultimate protection for your Jeep
- Constructed of 3/16" cold rolled steel
- One-piece design for durability
- Class III receiver hitch and D-ring mounts
- Easy installation
Get the best of both worlds – style and functionality. The Smittybilt XRC Jeep rear bumper gives your Jeep that edge you've been looking for. Your Jeep is your baby, so keep it protected. These heavy-duty bumpers provided the maximum protection for your off-roading adventures.
Constructed of 3/16 cold rolled steel in a one-piece design, you can ensure you'll get the highest strength and durability. They come standard with a Class III receiver hitch and two solid D-ring mounts that are welded inside and out for ultimate strength. Crossing deer, bad drivers, and any other driving hazards don't stand a chance against these protective bumpers.
The Smittybilt XRC Jeep rear bumpers give you the off-roading look and durability. Installation is quick and easy so you don't waste any time. If you're looking for a big, bad bumper, look no further! Make an unforgettable statement with these bold bumpers.
Installing your Smittybilt XRC Jeep rear bumpers is easy with the step-by-step instructions. If your instruction manual comes in hieroglyphics, please feel free to give our friendly customer service a call at 877-216-5446.
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Part #: SMB-76896 Posted on
|Overall I had an extraordinarily bad experience with this bumper and tire swing. I have a stock jeep J/K which is supposedly what this product is made for. 1x of the bumper's 4x main screw holes in the center of the bumper was mis drilled by half the screw diameter. On the sides, there was only one position the bumper could bolt in which caused it to touch the bottom corner of the jeep body, causing it to scratch my paint a bit on the 1x occasion I drove with this bumper installed. The machined aluminum billet cap that is quite noticeable as a decorative and functional piece of the tire swing mechanism was not polished as pictured in advertisements and the directions and and it also had nicks, dings, and gouges in it. It looked like something that was used for a couple of years and certainly not new. I had one rather critical component break while I was explicitly following the instructions. The instructions themselves are seriously lacking. They'll use phrases like "using 1/2" x 1" bolt and hardware...". What does "hardware" refer to? How many of the included standard washers and or lock washers should be used? I could go on and on about the instructions not being up to part but I'm not going to spend any more time on this bumper than I already wasted.|