Barricade Trail Force HD Front Bumper
The hardest part of putting this bumper on was adding the flog lights to the bumper. It uses a nut and screw, but the hole is hard to reach, which makes it hard to get the nut in the correct position. I put a piece of tape on the nut and on my finger and managed to get it in front of the hole. If you have a 7mm wrench with a round end, it is supposed to be easier. Also, you have to detach some of the cable on the fog light cabling on the Jeep, butI bought an adapter, which made it a plug and play process.
The bumper actually came with silver D-rings, but I bought some "E-Autogrilles 1 pair - 3/4" Red D-ring Shackles 4.75 Ton (9,500 Lbs) Capacity With 7/8" Diameter Pin and Black Isolator & Washer Kits". They looked better and the isolators keep the noise down.
A few accessories
I also added some Opar Grab Handles for the front of the Jeep. I may add some in the back and some point, but I rarely have people back there. My pup has her booster seat back in the backseat and she doesn't need handles to get in.
I should not that my passenger door squeaked like crazy when I put these in. I thought something dropped dropped behind the plastic pieces. I took everything apart and found nothing. I put them back in and the problem came back. So I tightened them as tight as I could and they are now quieter than a church mouse. Just be sure you put the screws in really tight and you won't have issues.
1. Barricade Rear Bumper
2. Smittybilt Winch
3. Backup Camera
4. CB - still deciding on a model (will most likely have it installed with the camera)
5. Teraflex Big Rotot Kit
6. Side steps (it would make it easier for my girlfriend to get in the Jeep)
7. Soft Top of some kind. I am hoping Bestop comes out with a top that has the same features at the NX Glide, but with zippers in the back window.
8. A light bar for my front bumper
9. Misch Big Boy Brackets - these are still on my radar
10. Tuffy 2011+ JK Deluxe Security Deck Enclosure