The first Full width bumper that Nemesis Industries has to offer.
The Outback Bumper is the first of its kind to use a steel skeleton combined with an aluminum skin to provide the ultimate in strength and weight control. Weighing only 62 pounds including all hardware, the Outback Bumper gets you there and back. We managed to protect the Rubicon swaybar disconnect system, and maintain an outstanding approach angle.
The bumper will even fit the 'Powerplant' winch from Warn. By placing the winch plate low between the frame rails we have allowed for maximum airflow to the radiator, this placement ensures even Hemi customers will still have plenty of air to keep the big V8's cool.
We are currently working on multiple light bar options. Look for a dedicated bar to work with the Rigid Industries LED bar. We will also have a bar for your more traditional style lights.
The Outback bumper has several light mount options available separately. You can mount a 20" Rigid single or dual row light bar, or if you prefer a more traditional syle stud or post mount light we have a mount for those as well. Should you want to upgrade your fog lights from the factory units we also offer a mount for the JW Speaker TS300 driving light.
You can confidently install this Outback Bumper knowing it has been constructed from quality materials by the craftsmen at Nemesis Industries. Using a water jet the Outer Skin and Inner Skeleton are cut from 3/16" aluminum sheet and 3/16" steel plate. The pieces are then dried, cleaned, and sanded to remove any dross (slag) leftover from the cutting process. Forming of the pieces is handled by our CNC press brake, using tooling developed by our resident tool and die maker. The parts are then welded and metal finished providing a seamless finish. Upon completion the parts are inspected to ensure a precise fit.
- A Warn Powerplant winch or Zeon will fit inside the Outback Bumper.
- Outback Bumper is available in black and textured black powder coat.
- Light bar hoop sold separately.
Installation can be handled by the average home installer, and can be completed in four hours, using basic hand tools and a drill. If you ever have a question during the installation process our skilled technicians will be available during business hours to answer any questions you may have.