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Have you been looking for a unique set of Cherokee bumpers for your XJ Jeep Cherokee? We have what might possibly be the best Jeep Cherokee bumpers on the market. I don't say that to brag...I have actually beat both the tube-type prerunner-style Jeep Cherokee bumpers AND the plate steel Stealth-style Jeep XJ bumper mercilessly on the rocks over the last seven years, and have had no issues whatsoever, other than scratched powdercoating.
These XJ Jeep Cherokee bumpers are built to the Extreme: rock-bashable, high-clearance, and the fronts allows the mounting of a winch. Protect the front and rear of your Jeep Cherokee from a disaster with a rock or tree today. Our XJ Jeep Cherokee bumpers (front and rear) are CAD designed, bent out of SUPER-THICK 3/16" plate steel, (which is more than 50% thicker than most of the other front and rear Cherokee bumpers on the market), built with some of the most expensive machinery available on the market. Both the XJ front bumper and XJ rear bumper are sturdily mounted with the VERY BEST mounting system available in the aftermarket. This CAD design "sandwiches" the weak XJ Cherokee uni-body frame rails on both top AND bottom...which is a FAR better and more solid design than how many other lesser-quality aftermarket Cherokee bumpers are made, mainly for the reason of reducing cost, I expect.
Another important benefit of our XJ Cherokee Bumpers is the weight. It's pretty easy to slap a bunch of thick-walled steel together and call it a heavy-duty bumper...but it's FAR more difficult to utilize structural-integral triangulation into the design so that you can reduce the weight of the material and STILL increase overall strength at the same time. For that, you need CAD. Only a CAD designer can build a winch-mount front bumper or a tire carrier style rear bumper for an XJ Jeep Cherokee which will withstand bashing the bumper into rocks, trees, and other trail obstacles, using a triangulated substructure, and keep overall weight at a minimum. Our Jeep Cherokee Bumpers weigh 100lbs on average, and are VERY capable of firmly holding a 15k rated winch or a 150-pound tire and wheel combo hanging off the weak factory Cherokee uni-body frame rails.
Shipping is via Truck Freight (too large to go via UPS), and ranges from $125 to $250 depending on how close to Phoenix, AZ you are. We'd rather ship to your business, as there is a $70 residential surcharge if you have us ship it to a house rather than a zoned-business address.
Light tabs can be drilled and mounted in the front section, but is discouraged due to the turbulence the lights will create, possibly causing your Jeep to overheat in some instances.
Also available are our Pre-Runner Style bumpers, which are nearly as beefy, but are a tad lighter. Click on the images below for a larger photo.
|S/H costs: By Truck Freight only. A business with a loading dock is $60~$80 cheaper than a residence.THINK IN BULK: Buying two bumpers at once reduces your shipping cost by around 60%. Two bumpers on a pallet only costs about 20% more than a single bumper on a pallet to the same zip code!ALL BUMPERS COME NON-POWDERCOATED.Krylon spray paint works well, and so does POR-15. Even if you decide you want professional painting or powdercoating, you can probably have your Cherokee bumpers powdercoated AFTER they arrive locally for less than I can charge you to do them. Do some price comparisons before ordering. Just trying to save you some money.-Kevin-|
For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about specific details on our bumpers, click HERE(all bumpers fit 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997,1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001 Jeep XJ Cherokees )
The best looking and most functional bumper I know of for the WK is built by our friends over at 4xGuard.com . Here is a link:
ARB also makes one, but is severely lacking in the ground clearance department in my opinion.
Love the photos u have of front & rear bumpers. Do you have bumper options for 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee? (4×4, 6cyl)