Customer Reviews for Smittybilt Stryker Rear Bumpers | 4wheelparts.com

Reviews: Smittybilt Stryker Rear Bumpers

4.6
4.6

9 Ratings

Smittybilt Stryker Rear Bumpers

Clearance Sale! Save up to 75% off while supplies last!

4WP's BIGGEST CLEARANCE EVENT EVER!

From : $629.99




Sort By:
1.0
No towing possible

I bought this along with matching front. Looks great. Then I towed my boat. Backing it up the driveway ( something I did 100 times with factory hitch) the hitch bent down at least 20 degrees. When I brought this up to 4 Wheel Parts and Smittybilt (owned by same company) I was given run around and then a copy of the installation instructions that had one sentence on that proclaimed this bumper not rated to tow and receiver is only for accessories like a bike rack. Save your money!


By Greg from Atlanta | 8/10/21  
5.0
Great bumper

It provides a nice look to my 2015 jk. If you try to install it on your own, you will need an extra pair of hands. It's not heavy, but having someone to help hold it in place is very helpful (4wp did my install because of a lack of extra hands laying around for me). I definitely recommend this bumper if you're thinking about upgrading.


By Michael M. from Cleveland, OH | 8/31/20  
5.0
Great metal bumper

Great looking bumper! Much easier installation compared to the front Stryker bumper, took me about 4 hours to do it myself (including removal of old one). Wish they didn’t have two hex M12 & M14 screws - not a big deal but requires you to buy european sizes sockets.


By drshark from Los Angeles | 7/27/20  
5.0
Great bumpers

I agree with Alex, put the winch and ends on first, it will save you double mounting it. My bumpers didn't line up with the supplied inserts but aside from that fairly easy install


By Westlayne from Seattle area | 6/7/20  
5.0
NICE bumper

Great looking tough STEEL bumper.. Was easy to install, with what little instructions come with it. If you plan to use the end cap, install them BEFORE you put the bumper on the jeep. I think it would have been easier to put the hitch on before the bumper gets bolted up to the jeep too.


By alex from Houston, Texas | 5/19/20