Shorty V3 Front Bumper

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Shorty V3 Front Bumper

$429.99$679.99

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The new Shorty V3 was designed for the Jeep JK owner that is tired of their front bumper being a limiting-factor when it comes to approach angle as well as overall weight. It offers a sunken winch plate to keep your winch out of harms way along with promoting airflow to the engine bay. When it comes to form and function, the Shorty is a front-runner in both categories,  it is also completely BOLT-ON, no welding required (frame cutting however is necessary). It is built from High Strength .190″ Aluminum, 3/16″ and 3/4” A36 steel and is CNC cut, formed and TIG/MIG welded to perfection in-house. We offer two bolt-on hoop options; the winch hoop (two bend lower profile) and a stinger (single bend taller hoop) that is fully welded and gusseted out of 1 3/4″ tubing and 3/16″ steel plate. All Shorty V3 Front Winch Bumpers include d-ring tabs at no extra charge. The bumper body is also offered in steel for those who prefer the durability.

The Shorty does require the crash bar and also a section of the front frame rails to be cut/removed.

The Shorty fits all 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler’s. The 2012+ JK’s require relocation of the factory vacuum pump.

 

****FITMENT WITH RUBICON SWAY BAR REQUIRES MODIFICATION****

****ALL PRODUCTS SHIP RAW ALUMINUM/STEEL UNLESS NOTED****

***ALL PRODUCTS MUST BE FIT BEFORE PAINT/POWDER COAT!!! NO REFUNDS/RETURNS ON MODIFIED ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED!!!***

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1 review for Shorty V3 Front Bumper

  1. 5 out of 5

    Trail Lobster

    The V3 is an awesome bumper. If you are not scared of cutting some frame and if you have a rubicon and are keeping your stock sway bar disconnect slight modification to the winch plate then this is the bumper for you. Build quality, style and functionality make this bumper an no brainer. Install was easy and straightforward. It leaves you room to cut back as far as you want (i put my winch as far back and then made the cut lines there)

    I initially modified my winch plate to work around the rubicon front sway bar disconnect but then decided to go with an antirock system. If you do that you will not have to modify the winch plate! But completely doable.

    @TrailLobster


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