JK Front Bumper | Dagger Frame Chop | Jeep Wrangler (07-17)

JK Front Bumper | Dagger Frame Chop | Jeep Wrangler (07-17)
JK Front Bumper | Dagger Frame Chop | Jeep Wrangler (07-17) Close


Code: JKFDC

List Price (MSRP): $459.03
JCR Direct Price: $429.00
Shipping Weight: 45.00

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Wrangler Front Frame Chop Winch Bumper - JK Dagger Frame Chop

JcrOffroad's Dagger Front Frame Chop Winch bumper is designed for those looking maximum clearance and approach angle for the Jeep Wrangler JK.

• CNC cut and formed from 3/16" Steel.
• Includes (2) 3/4" thick shackle tabs.
• Top Mount Winch.
• Winch ready using the market standard 10" x 4.5" bottom foot mounting profile.
• Compatible with the Warn Zeon winches.
• Accepts Factory Fog lights or aftermarket equivalents.
• Requires cutting the frame.
• Includes mounting hardware.
• Includes JcrOffroad Sticker.
• Hand built in the USA!

This bumper requires cutting the front frame horns






(4.67) 3 raters

  • This bumper is made perfect! Welds look wonderful and the optional textured black powder coat is top notch. I ordered the Frame Chop bumper because it most closely suited my needs as I prefer rock crawling and need the most ground clearance as possible. This thing is very strong and durable while being relatively light as well. The packaging was great and customer service was even better.

  • Great quality and amazing customer service. The welds on this bumper look like a piece of art. I doubt I added any weight to my Jeep by the time I removed the front bumper and crash bar. The video made installation a breeze. The hardest part was committing to the frame chop. I'm so glad I did. No regrets. This thing is stout and looks great. Shipping only took a couple of days. I will definitely be ordering additional products from JCR in the future.

  • Would have been a 5 except this product does not fit out of the box with the Currie AntiRock swaybar. After studying the interference for a couple hours, I came up with a clean installation after making some uninstructed cuts and holes. The bottom of the bumper hits the front side of the antirock brackets. I ended up cutting the bottom, rear bolt hole off the bumper and this eliminated the interference, but the caveat is that only the front bolt on both sides of the bumper can be mounted without some more cutting and drilling. I took a 2.25" hole saw and cut a hole on the inside frame rail on passenger and driver sides in order to access the backside of a 1.25" long 1/2" diamter bolt to bolt the back hole on the top of the bumper through the factory holes as specified in the directions. I also redrilled a new hole through the bottom of the bumper on each side and accessed the backside of the 1.25" long 1/2" diameter bolts throught the 2.25" hole in the.

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