Smittybilt 76810 XRC Front Bumper W/Winch Plate
84-01 Jeep Cherokee, Steel, Fabricated Bumper Style, Front Position, Powder Coated, Black
Like all Smittybilt Jeep parts, the Smittybilt XRC Bumper line was engineered to provide maximum clearance for rock crawling. Each bumper has high degree approach angles and raised corners to maximize ground clearance, with 3/16-inch cold rolled steel bars robotically welded to the exact specifications. A two stage textured matte black powder coat is then applied for the ultimate look. The front stinger is manufactured from 1.75-inch tubing and has 2 light tabs that could accommodate up to two 9-inch lights. Its unique design is capable of mounting up to 10,000 lb winch with the option of running an aluminum or roller fairlead. Each bumper was developed to be a complete bolt on and requires no modifications to your vehicle.
- XRC Front Bumper w/Winch Plate
- Incl. Solid Mount D-Rings
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Smittybilt to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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