Poison Spyder Customs BFH front bumper is designed for those hardcore four-wheelers who value strength, simplicity and function. This bumper was literally "Built For the Hammers" with the best ground clearance, tire clearance and approach angle possible. It is just slightly wider than the Jeep's frame rails, with angled facets to improve its ability to slide over the rocks. The BFH II bumper is CNC laser-cut from high strength 3/16" plate steel, then precision brake-formed for an exact fit. The BFH II bumper features a DOM tube, gusseted Brawler Bar, integrated winch mount, and provisions for mounting the OEM Jeep fog lights. Finished in Poison Spyder's SpyderShell semi-gloss black coating.
The Brawler Bar is a low-profile Stinger, fashioned after the 2-bend Stinger featured on our original RockBrawler bumper for JK. The Brawler Bar features the most versatile combination of trail protection and a lower profile for easier access to the winch and engine compartment, fitment into garages and trailers, etc. Plus it looks bad-ass! The Brawler Bar ar is fabricated from 1-½" DOM tubing. The tubes are CNC laser notched to seat onto two different surface planes of the bumper shell for maximum strength, then further strengthened with CNC laser cut 3/16" plate steel gussets. The rake of the Brawler Bar matches the angle of the front surface of the bumper, to provide an un-hindered "ramp" if needed, to help the vehicle up onto extreme obstacles. The Brawler Bar extends 7.4" forward from the front edge of the bumper, and 9.8" high from the top surface of the bumper.
SpyderShell Armor Coat
Poison Spyder's SpyderShell finish is more than just powder coatingit's a complete system that includes the state of the art in preparation, application, materials and packaging to ensure that your SpyderShell products stay looking great for years. The SpyderShell process has been engineered to provide your Poison Spyder product with years of unmatched great looks, corrosion protection and weather-resistance. Our proprietary 6-stage system starts with media blasting the entire part, to remove contaminents and prep the metal surface for the best possible adhesion. Next, any seams are sealed with 3M Scotch-Weld to block moisture from entering and causing corrosion where the powder can not reach. The first coat to be applied is a zinc-rich powdered black primer, which is baked on to form an impenetrable bond between the metal product and the coating. The primer is black--rather than traditional gray--so that any rock chips or trail damage are less conspicuous. The final top coat is an industrial grade, "super-durable" architectural finish in semi-gloss black, which is engineered to retain its appearance through years of exposure to sun and weather. SpyderShell is a coating process unmatched by any other Jeep armor aftermarket manufacturer, for which we are confident in offering a 5-year warranty on materials and workmanship.
Heavy Duty Recovery Shackle Tabs
The high clearance, heavy duty recovery shackle tabs are CNC machined from 1" thick plate steel to provide a secure attachment point for 3/4" recovery shackles. Like the stinger, these tabs are specifically engineered to match the angles of the BFH bumper to result in zero loss in approach angle.
Recessed Fog Lamp Mounts
Recessed fog lamp mounts are designed to easily accept your stock fog lamps. And these aren't just simple light tabs placed behind a hole in the bumperthey're recessed into a tubular "bucket" to encircle the lamp and keep light from annoyingly leaking behind and around the bumper. For those who would like more light than the factory fog lamps provide, a set of Rigid Industries Dually or similar LED cube lamps may be installed. IMPORTANT: The stock fog lamps used on the Jeep Wrangler 10th Anniversary Rubicon do NOT fit into the fog lamp buckets on this bumper.
Integrated Winch Mount
BFH II Bumpers double as a fortified mounting system for your winch. The rugged 3/16" plate steel construction provides a strong foundation for recovery equipment. Internal gusseting further strengthens it. Winch mounting bolt holes are provided in two patterns: the popular popular 10" X 4½" mounting pattern used with most common winches, as well as the narrower 6X X 4½" pattern used with the lightweight Warn 9.0Rc competition winch. Note: a winch fairlead and fairlead mount will be needed (sold separately).