DIY Jeep Bumper | Rear | Jeep Wrangler TJ, LJ, YJ, CJ7 (76-06)

DIY Jeep Bumper | Rear | Jeep Wrangler TJ, LJ, YJ, CJ7 (76-06)
DIY Jeep Bumper | Rear | Jeep Wrangler TJ, LJ, YJ, CJ7 (76-06) Close

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Wrangler RearDIY Bumper - TJ/YJ/CJ7 Wrangler

The DIY kit is designed for those wanting to build their bumper themselves. Let us take the design and guess work out of the equation! Bend it, weld it, wheel it!

• CNC Cut from 3/16" Steel.
• Fits Jeep Wrangler TJ, LJ, YJ and CJ7.
• Includes JcrOffroad Sticker.
• Hand built in the USA!


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  • We have had this bumper for 2 years and we LOVE it! Easy to build and very rock damage yet LOL. We actually put a similar product to Rhyno line on it as well. I would absolutley recommend this bumper!!.

  • "This is my second diy bumper from JCR. They are simple and stout and offer you the pride of building it yourself. I also modified mine a little. After testing on a 4 foot Boulder the rear corner hung up, so I removed a pie slice out of the top and bottom and then bent the outer face back to more of a 45 degree angle and welded it back. It gives it a similar look to some of the other JCR bumpers and created less to hang up on rocks. Not a complaint, just another option available with a versatile design. ".

  • I've had this rear bumper installed for two years now and couldn't be happier with it.

  • I've had both the rear and front DIY bumpers for a little over 2 years now, and I am totally happy with them. I really enjoyed building them, and have to admit a little bit of pride when anybody asks where I bought them and I explain that they were a "kit" and I assembled them. First thing out of their mouth is always "No way! You bought them somewhere" I changed the trailer hitch on my from the JCR design, though. I don't do any rock crawling, so departure angle doesn't matter for me. I use a locking hitch pin so I wanted easier access than what the original design allows. I just bought a piece of square tubing and welded it in place about even with the shackle mounts, then used a hammer and clamp to weld a piece of flat stock around the end to trim it out. They paid for themselves a few weeks ago when I was rear-ended at a red light by a Toyota. I was the clear winner in that encounter, he only left a paint smudge on my hitch. His car was a different story...

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