- Made out of 100% DOM tubing (1.75" OD X .120" wall thick)
- Shipped unpainted and lightly oiled to prevent rusting during shipping
- Tested and meets the tow rating requirements Class 4 (10,000 lbs.) GVWR
Trail Gear Rock Defense bumpers are designed to be heavy duty and easy to install. The bumpers require no cutting, welding or vehicle modifications to be used. All Trail Gear Rock Defense bumpers are constructed from 1020 DOM steel tubing, with a 1.75" diameter and .012" thick walls. The Rock Defense bumpers feature built in mounting plates for 5000 to 9500 model low-profile winches, as well as smaller 9.0R winches. An included shackle receiver makes a great anchor point for winching or tow strap recoveries. These bumpers are unfinished raw steel and will need to be finished before use.
Will this fit a 2015 Tacoma?
Does this fit a 1996 Toyota tacoma
Does this fit the 99 4runner they have the same frame I know the front bumper of this can be used on a 4runner I just wasn’t sure about the rear if it was the same or not
Can I order this bump in bare steel no paint or powder coating
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