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If you like to test your Jeep’s ability to cross rough terrains, climb large rocks and logs with your new massive off-road tires, then you may be interested in modifying its front end replacing its flimsy stock bumper with its Rockline Stubby counterpart by GoRhino. It leaves front tires open offering a much larger approach angle so that you could tackle bigger obstacles. The bumper features slots for a winch up to 12,000 lbs capacity.

The new Rockline Stubby heavy-duty bumper features a solid construction made from durable 3/16-inch steel with neat welding seams finished manually. At the front – two massive D-ring mounts made of 1-inch-thick still. The center portion of the bumper has a cut-out for a 20-inch lightbar or four 3x3-inch LED off-road lights. The lighting equipment is protected with a signature GoRhino hex mesh cover. For more information and installation instructions, watch the video review from our in-house expert Greg:

Go Rhino® 331100T - Rockline™ Stubby Black Front Winch HD Bumper at

Note: a winch, lights, and fairlead mounting plate are sold separately.

Hex mesh cover for looks or LED lights protection
Stubby width allows for enhanced tire clearance
Integrated fully welded center drop step
GEOMET Black coating for superior corrosion resistance
No drilling or cutting required

Jeep Wrangler 2007-2020
Jeep Gladiator 2020

What do you think? Is it a good idea to replace your stock bumper with a stubby one? If you have any question, feel free to ask them here, in private messages or call our tech specialists at 800.505.3274 (toll free).​
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