Whether you're planning an overland expedition or just out exploring, these bumpers are designed for life off road. Features include a low, recessed winch mount for the ultimate winch protection, and a wrap-around design that offers strength and style.
The main (4) each side mounting fasterners have (3) with weld-on tension head nuts for bolts and one a slot (I guess to handle fab tolerances) with a bolt and nut. The bolt that goes thru this slot was put on the upper, outboard fastener location. TOTALLY LAME! It is hard to get to and could have just as easily been the top, inboard faster that is REALLY EASY TO GET AT!! A case of the desiner either looking at the mirror image or never installed this himself. And the kit should have come with a wireing harness with factory male/female ends so all you had to do is connect them for the OEM fog lights in lieu of cutting and splicing which is totally a backyard hack give the poor crip type connectors which always fail given time. And overall it is not a good feeling to be cutting off brackets on your Jeep. And I can't stand a mix of imperial and metric fastners in an add-on kit. Why not just make them one or the other for crying out load.
But once you get over that it's a pretty clean looking bumper for someone who does other things besides rock crawling with their rig.
By Mike from WA
yea better on jeep then in picture,s
living up in the 4000th foot level we get snow this is a good thing have with the warn remote winch I don't frezz my.. helping other's getting out
By 3460 blue goose from tehachapi ca..
Solid and Nice Looking
This is a heavy bumper. YOU WILL need help installing this in the form of a couple friends or in my case an ATV lift was the perfect helper. Take you time and be patient. I think Warn could learn a few things about technical instructions. The fog lights "wiring extension kit" is a complete joke. It contained two wires that are about 8 inches long, 4 crimp connectors and some plastic wire shielding. The only thing that was useful was the wire shielding. I took apart the existing wire harness and adjusted the locations that the wires Y'd apart and I was able to get the extra length I needed and the wires are still slack. I used the provided wire shielding to protect the newly exposed wiring. The bracket for relocating the vacuum canister barely fits in place with ZERO room to spare! I think they changed the relocation bracket at some point.
I would have given a 5 if it were not for the poor instructions.
By wilgeno from Saint Paul, MN
2014 Wrangler Unlimited Warn winch bumpr
This winch bumper looks better on the rig than in the pictures. I mounted my old 9000xi with no major problems. The side braces had to be modified as well as having to procure some hardware would be my only complaints.
Will the elite series fit a 201( JK Wranbler Sport. Also, is there cutting involved?
Tank from Dallas on
The WAR87750 will fit a 2007 through 2014 JK Wrangler Sport. On a 2012 or newer
the vacuum canister is relocated and the mounting bracket trimmed. Also on some winches the Jeep bumper mount may need the corner trimmed. Thank you for your question. Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
from Dallas on
Roughly how long should it take to install this bumper?
Corey from Yellowknife on
The WAR87775 will take about 2 hours to install. The bumper with a winch will take about 3 hours to install. Thank You for your question.
Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
from Yellowknife on
Will a Smittybilt x20-10k Gen 2 winch fit in this bumper?
Tim from on
Yes, this bumper will fit that winch. Thank you for the question.
In 1948, Arthur Warn founded Warn Industries to construct locking hubs for surplus World War II Jeeps. Ten years later, the Warn winch was manufactured to fill the need for a reliable recovery tool to aid off-roaders stuck in challenging situations. Since then, Warn has grown to offer a wide range of gear with the hallmarks of durability and affordability. 1988 spawned the aftermarket industry's first ATV winch and today their PowerSports line of winches ranks among the most esteemed in the industry and jeepers call on Warn for electric, hydraulic and severe duty components that get the job done. Shop Warn Now