Car Front Bumper Customization

Custom bumpers are a great way to improve your vehicle. They add more protection and are easy to install. A good Jeep Gladiator Front Bumper will also increase your car’s resale value. Here are some benefits of front bumper customization. A custom bumper has a higher “chin” level, which gives your vehicle a better approach angle. It also increases ground clearance. This helps your front tires avoid contact with hills, rocks, and other objects as you drive.

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Increased Ground Clearance. Custom front bumpers give your truck or SUV a more aggressive look and provide added protection to your vehicle and passengers. They are made of heavy-duty steel, which is much stronger than stock ones and can limit damage that might otherwise be sustained. A solid custom front bumper also provides an ideal mounting point for countless accessories, including fog lights and LED light bars. Some even have a spot to mount a recovery hook, which is a handy feature when you’re out on the trail or need a little extra help getting home.

Bumper height laws vary from state to state, but in general, if you have a 4,500-pound GVWR, the bumper can only be 24 inches high at the front and 26 inches high at the rear. Those with a GVWR between 4,501 and 7,500 have 27 inches of bumper height at the front and 29 at the rear, and those who weigh more than 9,000 pounds can alter the bumpers to 28 and 30 inches.

Better Approach Angle. A good custom steel front bumper can add more than a few inches to your vehicle’s ground clearance. This is especially true if you are planning on off-roading in a 4WD truck or SUV. A well-rounded bumper also increases your vehicles approach and departure angles allowing you to take advantage of those all important sand and dirt roads.

The best part about this is that you can often do it yourself for a fraction of the cost of a factory-made unit! As a matter of fact, it is even possible to come up with an entirely fabricated bumper for next to nothing. The following are some of the most common components you will need:

Increased Wheel Clearance. Whether you want to lower your ride height for added protection or want to add an element of style to your truck or SUV, front bumper lip spoilers are the way to go. They eliminate chin spoilers that many stock bumpers feature and effectively increase wheel clearance while also improving ground clearance.

The ground clearance of your vehicle affects the height of the tires you can drive on and how far off the ground your bumper sits. It is important to have adequate ground clearance when driving down steep hills or other obstacles.

Increased Protection. A custom front bumper will help reduce damage to your vehicle in a low-speed collision. It will help reduce the severity of a crash and protect valuable engine parts such as headlights and grille. A solid steel custom front bumper will also add a lot of strength to your vehicle and can help prevent damage in off road situations. This is especially helpful if you drive in areas with lots of wild animals, like deer, that can eat your bumper and severely damage it.

A good quality custom bumper will come with a full grille and wrap around light protection. This will help prevent the headlights and blinkers from getting scratched or crushed in a front-end collision.

Increased Style. Auto Performance offers a variety of stylish bumpers that are sure to make your car look its best. A well-designed front bumper can add style and a touch of personality to your vehicle. Aside from enhancing your vehicle’s aesthetic, Car Front Bumper Customization can also increase the resale value of your car. This is especially true when you choose a bumper that is made from high-quality materials, like the ones offered by Fab Fours.

Bumpers are designed to prevent damage to the car body and safety related equipment in low-speed front and rear collisions. The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety tests and rates bumpers for their ability to protect the car in these crashes, which range from 5 mph to rear-into-pole impacts.