JEEP Wrangler/ Gladiator Stubby Winch Bumper

Your Price: $649.95
4 to 6 week lead time
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Part Number:162

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No lights i have that covered
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After building Toyota parts for a decade. BAMF decided to buy a 2020 JEEP Gladiator to jump into the JEEP market. In the Toyota world we are known for making stout products that can take a punishment. Our JEEP products will be the same.

Thankfully, JEEP wranglers from the JK/JL to the current JT Gladiator have the same mounting points for the front bumper. 

We only use American made steel, and proudly manufacture everything 100% in-house. Even our powder coating is done in-house, giving you a superior finished product.  We use a thermoplastic coating, with a reverse texture on our products that can be field repaired with a torch or heat gun - "yeah you can fix our powder coat with FIRE".
All of our JEEP bumpers come powder coated and ready for install.
The winch plate and mounting points on our bumpers are made from .250" HRPO A-36 mild steel and are the bumpers main structure. No need to order a bolt on winch plate for the winch, Our winch plate is the bumper. The recovery points are Laser cut .750" SSAB USA plate steel that are tumbled in ceramic media for 18 hours to soften the edges, then welded 5" along the winch plate with the pulling point near center of the frame rails. The winch plate is recessed down between the frame rails allowing proper air flow behind the grille.(NOTE) the winch opening is only 25" so the larger profile winches may not fit.  The outer skin is .188" HRPO plate steel with a recessed hawse fairlead location and cube light pockets. The bumper measures 45" at is widest point and tapers in to 41" and the bottom corners allowing for 40" tires at stock height (if you can clear the rest of the stuff). It can be ordered with or without a hoop.

5 Stars
2020 Gladiator
A buddy of mine who drives a Taco pointed me in the direction of BAMF. I saw the bumper these guys designed for the Jeep and loved it. Shipping was as expected given that I live in Canada and it had to cross the border. When the bumper showed up I was super stoked, it looked great and the quality was amazing. There was a bit of damage in shipping to one of the corners, but I gave it a spray with some satin black paint to stop it rusting. Jerry was great and shipped me a small package of the powder so I can properly repair the spot. Install of the bumper was super easy, only problem being I had to ream out two holes on the frame bumper mount, but not a big deal. Also, the bumper is designed with Warn winches in mind, but when I put on the fairhaux plate the bolts that came with the winch were too big for the mounting location on the bumper. I reamed the two holes out and gave them a good spray with the paint, no big deal but something to keep in mind. Lastly, I ordered the Baja Designs LED Squadran fog lights with the bumper but they did NOT include the jumpers to connect to the stock Jeep wiring harness. Not a huge deal, you just have to use some butt splices but a little annoying as I would have happily paid a little extra for the proper connections that Baja Designs does sell on their site. Also, it is a very tight fit to install the LED's in the light pocket of the bumper and then try and adjust them. You should install them and adjust them BEFORE installing a winch. Speaking of a winch, I installed a Warn EVO 10S and it fits as it should...but sits tight to the front of the bumper (away from the grill). This is fine but makes it impossible to put on a winch cover if that is something you like to do. All in all I'm quite happy with the bumper. In the Jeep world it's very unique, I haven't run into anyone with this bumper yet, and people ask me about it all the time. We'll see how the finish holds up in the PNW climate, but so far so good!
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Reviewed by:  from PNW. on 10/8/2021

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