Smittybilt has created the XRC Rear Bumper to bring you improved clearance for rock crawling. The XRC Rear Bumper features lifted corners and high-degree approach angles. This provides highest ground clearance. The Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper is constructed from 3/16" cold rolled steel for great toughness. This enhanced rear bumper is available with an included Class III 2" receiver hitch, 2 durable D-ring mounts, and a dual stage textured black powder coated finish. This enhanced rear bumper is offered with or without an optional swing-away tire carrier. If it is provided, this tire carrier is able to hold up to a 40" tall tire. You may also buy set-up XRC Rear Bumper for the tire carrier but without the carrier installed. Then, you may buy the tire carrier separately if you want.
It is a good idea to change your stock rear bumper if you want to drive on rocky terrain with your Jeep. The Smittybilt's engineers have created the XRC Rear Bumper to answer the highway regulations ? for example, this rear bumper is an excellent choice for making cruise on the boulevard. However, the Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper is not suitable for off-roading, because it does not bring enough protection and it is unable to mount most off-road accessories. This means it is not recommended to choose the XRC Rear Bumper, if you seek highest rock crawling ground clearance, protection and accessory mounting capability.
The Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper provides superior tire travel as well as improved entry and exit points, thanks to the lifted corners and high-degree approach angles. With the exceptional XRC Rear Bumper you will probably never get in trouble. Although it has smaller size than your factory bumper, the Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper is much sturdier. The XRC Rear Bumper has one-piece welded design. All joints of this unparalleled rear bumper are robotically welded according to the precise design specifications. The Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper is available with a hard plate center section. This section is created to follow the contours of a huge tire. This will provide highest clearance when you are opening and closing your vehicle's tailgate.
The Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper delivers a stylish appearance and highest endurance. This is possible, because all welds are based down and flattened. The XRC Rear Bumper is acid dipped to eliminate the contaminants. This high quality rear bumper features a unique "E-Coat" that is applied inside and out. The XRC Rear Bumper comes packaged with a dual stage textured black powder coated finish as well.
The Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper provides maximum functionality and comfort. This awesome rear bumper features an optional swing-away tire carrier. This very tough tire carrier can hold up to a 40" tall tire. But the tire carrier is also able to swing away effortlessly in order to bring access to your vehicle's tailgate. The Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper comes packaged with a greasable zerk fitting. This makes pivot lubrication possible. The XRC Rear Bumper is available with a sturdy billet aluminum handle with included cam lock, a 3rd brake light bracket, and an alterable tire mount.
The package also contains mounting hardware and comprehensive mounting instructions, which are needed for a simple bolt-on installation. You don't have to make any adjustments on your vehicle. The Smittybilt XRC Rear Bumper is available with a 5-year limited warranty against finish defects. The XRC Rear Bumper is also provided with a Smittybilt Advantage limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Please, keep in mind that before trying to tow anything, you must always look at the towing specifications for your particular vehicle. If you want to know what you are able to tow, you have to check the vehicle's towing capability, not the hitch rating.
Smittybilt is situated in Compton, California, in the USA. Smittybilt has leading positions on the market for off-road parts and accessories, because the company manufactures these products from its beginning. Smittybilt was founded by Basil Smith, who was also called "Smitty". Basil Smith was one of the initial Southern California 4WD enthusiasts. He began a business in 1956 and named it Rock-ett Products. Basil Smith started producing specific gear for trucks and Jeeps. These products were created in Smitty's garage/machine shop. Basil's son Tom started working at Rock-ett when he was very young. In the 1970s this always growing company was named Smittybilt and Tom Smith became its director. With Tom as a leader, Smittybilt has made a variety of unique products ? for example, the original "Nerf Bar" side step, tubular front and rear bumpers for Jeeps. The company is familiar with the modern trends and demands in the off-road market, because of its permanent engagement in off-roading at all levels. This is why nowadays Smittybilt continues to be a leader on the market with a selection of over 2000 various products for trucks and SUVs.