The Rock Hard Jeep JK Wrangler Rear Bumper/Tire-Carrier is the only JK rear bumper on the market today that is made out of 1/4 thick plate steel. Designed with tapered ends for increased departure angles, this bumper will hold up to a 38 tire, comes standard with an integrated Class 2 hitch receiver, CB antenna mount, a horizontal Hi-Lift Jack mount with padlock provision and two 5/8 x 2-1/2 CNC D-Ring shackle mount with tabs that are welded on front, go through bumper and then are welded on the backside as well. All necessary hardware required for the installation is provided. Optional muffler shield, jerry can mounts and a trail rack are all available for purchase separately.
My Rock Hard front bumper is less than a year old and covered in rust can I expect the same with this one?
Asked by Dan from Utah on
We haven't run into any issues with these bumpers. In fact, a few of our employees run Rock Hard bumpers and really like them. Here in the rust belt, we find that wiping the bumper down with WD-40, or a similar product, after each washing really keeps the bumper looking brand new. Thanks!
Answered by Craig R. from Utah on
What does class 2 mean? the size of reciever? 2in or 1 3/4?
Asked by N/A from Haughton,La. on
Hello! Class ratings on receiver hitches are the measurement of how much weight the bumper or tow hitch can support. In this case, this bumper/tire carrier is a Class II hitch, which means the trailer hitch has a weight-carrying rating of up to 3,500 lbs gross trailer weight and 300/350 lbs tongue weight. The hitch hole is a 2" receiver hole.
Answered by Aaron S. from Haughton,La. on
ok so i have heard that this bumper rust really bad after the first year but i have hear nothing els bad about it. i was just woundering if you guys hear good fed back on this bumper or if any of you guys run it and like it?
Asked by from on
I haven't seen any problems with rust on these bumpers. One of the sales guys here has this on his JK for the last 2 years and it still looks and functions great. We are in the north east Ohio rust belt. Rock hard makes a real quality product and you shouldn't have and issues and get years of use out of this bumper.
Answered by Jason L from on
The concept for Nebraska-based Rock Hard 4x4 Parts was hatched back in the 1980s and evolved from DIY cage installation to a full-service manufacturing facility. Employing state-of-the-art CNC machining centers, outstanding craftsmanship and laser cut precision, Rock Hard takes the bolt-in design of bumpers, skid plates, cages and sliders to the next level. Their patented locking collar distinguishes itself in the aftermarket industry and all of their exterior products make off-roading in Jeeps safer and smoother. Protection is paramount on the trail and Rock Hard's products are easy to install, affordable and exude superior style. Shop Rock Hard 4x4 Parts Now