Same. I went with Arcus front and rear. Light and practical. The venator was a little mad max for my taste, not too much, just a little.I like my Arcus front & rear. I purchased off a lot so didn't get to choose the Mopar. After much looking I settled on the Arcus as I like that look, nearest match to the Mopar. I'm digging the big road tow hooks on these now!
LooksI really appreciate all the responses from you guys.
No, I didn't order the Warn bumper yet, but I will .Do you have the Warn yet? I ordered the Elite full width with hoop from 4WD Parts in Jan and they are saying the estimated ship date is the end of Jun. I emailed Warn and they said that time line sounds about right.
For what it's worth, I damaged the plastic pieces that go around the fog lights and I said it was my fault and they still sent me new ones for free. Comes with no instructions and time will tell how long it lasts.I saw that one, but didn’t know how it would hold up. It looks really good on yours.
Between those 2, the Rugged Ridge looks more sturdy.Hi all.
I come to my fellow Jeeple with an important question. I’m having trouble deciding on which bumpers I should get and figured some opinions would help with that.
I’m stuck between the Rugged Ridge Venator and the Mopar steel bumper. I appreciate the responses.
So, picture is worth a thousand words. This is a pretty current shot, from testing new suspension components. Roam Pioneer (aluminum) front bumper...still needs SAE fogs and winch.I ended up with the Roam Pioneer. It met every requirement...except my caveat about clearance, i lost just a little clearance...so far that has not caused an issue but is the single item that I am not fully satisfied with. If I had the whole process to do over again, I would probably end up with the same decision.
YIKES! It may be an optical illusion but your passenger side camber looks WAY out.added the Baja squadrons since I lost the fog lights when going to the Warn stubby. Sorry for the driveway pic! Just got it all finalized (minus the skid plate) and haven’t taken it off road yet
If that question was for me, i just took a couple of black metal brackets i had laying around my garage to mount the top of the plate and clear where the hawse fairlead will go, then bent it following the bumper, and drilled two holes in the bumper to attach the bottom of the plate. Total time was about 15 minutes and zero dollars spent.What license plate relocation device are you using? I'm concerned about how to wire it.
Might be an illusion? I don’t have the alignment sheet handy but I remember the driver and passenger side were identical. I did a horrible job backing in and snapped a quick pic so maybe it’s the angle?YIKES! It may be an optical illusion but your passenger side camber looks WAY out.