Traditionally, stock Jeep bumpers have basically been glorified license plate holders that offer minimal protection and can be destroyed with even the slightest impact. I believe that Fiat Chrysler knows most people are going to replace the OEM bumpers so they don’t put a lot of effort into designing them.
There are so many choices when it comes to replacement Jeep Wrangler bumpers that it’s impossible to say which is really the “best”. Thankfully, there is no reason to settle for a flimsy OEM bumper when the Jeep aftermarket bumper options are almost limitless. Shop brands like: Fab Fours, Poison Spyder, Body Armor, DV8 Off-Road, Ranch Hand, Go Rhino, JRC Off-Road, Smittybilt, Road Armor, Rugged Ridge, Iron Cross, Rampage bumpers, MBRP, Aries, Westin, Paramount and many more. Choose from full width, mid width and stubby front bumpers for jeep as well as winch ready bumpers, bumpers with bull bars, grille guards and stingers, spare tire carriers and more.
Viper Motorsports in Weatherford, TX offers steel and aluminum, front and rear Jeep bumpers from most every major manufacturer. We also provide bumper installation and No Credit Check Financing.
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Most replacement bumpers for Jeep are made of steel but there are also several aluminum bumper options. Clearly, steel is heavier and more durable but, it’s also heavier. You’ll likely notice a drop in your gas mileage due to the extra weight. Aluminum Jeep bumpers do offer a better level of protection than the OEM bumpers and adding one rarely increases fuel consumption but, they’re a bit pricier than steel bumpers. It’s always a good idea to keep gas mileage in mind when shopping for Jeep accessories that add additional weight to the vehicle.
Full Width Jeep Bumpers: A full width bumper offers the most protection for your Jeep. They cover the entire width of the vehicle and offer the best protection from direct impact in a collision with another vehicle or trees and other obstacles off-road. Full width is also the heaviest option so they may make the front-end squat a little more and will likely affect gas mileage to some extent.
Mid-Width Jeep Bumpers: Mid-width bumpers are slightly narrower than a full width bumper and still offer a decent amount of protection but aren’t quite as heavy as a full-width bumper. They offer a better level of clearance and articulation than the full width bumpers.
Stubby Jeep Bumpers: These are the lightest and also the least expensive option for your Jeep. The offer the best level of tire clearance off-road which is why they are popular for Jeeps that see more dirt than pavement. That being said, stubby bumpers don’t offer much protection for the wheels, tires or fenders. They’re basically a horizontal plane for the Jeep’s frame but, they are still better than the OEM bumper.
There are several options when it comes to choosing add-ons for your Jeep bumper. You can choose add-ons that offer even more protection as well as space for extra lighting and even a way of carrying items like spare tires, hi-lift jacks and extra fuel or water. Let’s discuss a few of the most popular options for jeep bumper add-ons.
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