JL Rear Bumper - Rimrocker Series - with Tire Carrier.
JL Rear Bumper - Rimrocker Series - with Tire Carrier
JL Rear Bumper - Rimrocker Series - with Tire Carrier
JL Rear Bumper - Rimrocker Series - with Tire Carrier

JL Rear Bumper - Rimrocker Series - with Tire Carrier


Regular price$1,799.99
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  • Estimated Lead Time: 6-8 weeks

Slim Full Width High Clearance Wrap Around Rear Bumper for the JL Jeep Wrangler. This bumper features heavy duty steel construction, improved departure angles, built-in recovery points, and optional light provisions. 



JL Rear Bumper - Rimrocker Series with Tire Carrier

Moving to the Colorado/Utah border has adventure calling to us more then ever. This bumper design has been inspired by just that. The name "Rimrocker" comes from the Rimrocker Trail -- an Interstate overland trail that connects the rock crawling of Moab Utah to Montrose Colorado. From hardcore crawling at both ends -- to anything between the two, is what we build these for.

This Slim Fitting Full Width/ Wrap Around JL Rear Bumper is laser cut, CNC formed, fabricated, and hand-welded with pride in the USA. Crafted from a combination of 3/16", 1/4", 3/8" and 1" thick steel, this rear bumper is both lightweight and stout-where-it-counts so that you can hit the hardcore trails with confidence! 

The machined 1" thick recovery tabs extend inside the bumper; they are welded directly to the mounting brackets that attach them to the frame of the Jeep. Additional reinforcements can be found gusseting the inside of this bumper from the wingtip to the frame mounts.

The bumper can accommodate up to a 38" tailgate-mounted spare tire without raising the spare tire mount. The spare tire recess also doubles as a step at the rear of the Jeep -- with dimple died holes to give your boots some grip!

The Rimrocker series JL Rear Bumper features up to eight mounting points on the sides and bottom of the frame rails, which prevents unwanted rotation of the bumper into the body tub if you take a real hit on the trail.  Our design also accommodates the factory hitch receiver, so you maintain your OE rating while towing. Finally, the JL Rear Bumper also features optional light provisions designed for Baja Designs S2 Flush Mount Lights. Also included is an aluminum backing plate located behind our logo cutout (shown here with orange vinyl on it in some demo photos.)

We highly recommend relocating the license plate from the bumper -- if you're out there on the trail, it's bound to be pulled off by rocks. For this modification check out our License Plate Relocation Brackets.

Additional Details 

Products are designed and fabricated to fit vehicles that have varying tolerances from the factory, minor hand fitting may be required.

Products are shipped bare metal unless otherwise specified by the customer. Bare metal products may have scratches or surface imperfections as a result of raw material handling, manufacturing, and fabrication. However, these imperfections are easily covered up with a textured powder coat finish. Additional finishing, sanding, and prep work may be required if you wish to also have them finished with a smooth powder coat or paint.

Projected lead times are estimates only, and are subject to changes due to production realities, including material and labor availability and sudden variability in order volume. Lead times are not guaranteed, but we do guarantee that we are hard at work trying to get the best product we can produce and into our customers’ hands as quickly as possible.

All Next Venture Motorsports products are laser cut, CNC formed, and hand-weld with pride in the USA. We are a Colorado-based business, and welcome visitors by appointment at our Grand Junction, CO headquarters. We hope to see you out there on the trail soon!

Why next venture?

parts inspired by the trail

Our team got into the game after rock crawling, wrenching, fabricating and being inspired to design and build parts for what we love to do: hit the trail.

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