Q Nate w • 04/24/2020, 0:26:05 AM What does it take to modify the bumper to fit a winch like the picture. It looks longer than the one without it.
A 04/27/2020, 3:56:52 PM That picture was an error sorry, for a winch you want part: DIY-XJ-F-WN
Q Robert Hooser • 08/24/2020, 11:00:02 AM Will this fit on a 1998 Grand Cherokee?
A 09/09/2020, 2:07:14 PM No, please see part https://www.jcroffroad.com/product/DIY-ZJ-F-WN.html
Q Jake Colburn • 10/28/2020, 12:11:31 PM How much does the bumper weigh?
A 11/03/2020, 3:33:15 PM 50lbs
Q Mikey • 12/07/2020, 10:32:31 PM Is tubework available for this DIY front bumper??
A 12/10/2020, 11:17:58 AM Yes, see this category: https://www.jcroffroad.com/category/DPL.html
Q Arturo Reyes • 12/11/2020, 10:44:49 AM Do you have a kit for a tundra v6 2002? Because i have been looking and can't find any except some that are way over budget
A 12/15/2020, 1:21:48 PM We do not.
Q Nathan • 12/19/2020, 4:58:09 PM Is the hitch mount just a cut out, or does it have reinforcement that could handle a winch/plate?
A 12/23/2020, 5:13:09 PM It's a cutout with a support. You may want to add additional supports for a winch however.
Q Owen • 03/09/2021, 4:57:23 PM Is this bumper safe for a road collision?
A 03/16/2021, 3:15:09 PM We'd do our best to avoid running into anything with your Jeep. But, seriously, the design has not been crash-tested, and this is a product that you weld yourself, so its durability would depend on your fabrication skills.
Q donald w Creed • 03/18/2021, 6:55:41 AM Is this bumper available without hitch mount cut-out?
A 03/22/2021, 6:12:20 PM The hitch is not fully cut out, you can weld and grind the pre-cut slots if you don't need the hitch.
Q Patrick • 10/27/2021, 11:21:22 PM Hey do I need the tie in kit?
A 10/28/2021, 11:13:00 AM If you want to use the bumper for recovery, we recommend it.
Q Larry H • 10/30/2021, 1:40:00 PM I intend to use a towbar to tow my XJ. Are the d-ring pulls on this bumper tied back enough to tow the Jeep?
A 12/14/2021, 5:35:57 PM Yes, they are strong enough. We always recommend tying your safety chains somewhere directly on the frame for an extra margin of safety though.