How do I keep my bumper from rusting?
Clean your bumper with an anti-rust product such as Boeshield T-9 12 oz. aerosol spray or Bull Frog Heavy Duty Rust Blocker Gel. Apply these products with a cotton cloth.
Are aftermarket front bumpers good?
Good aftermarket steel bumpers have shorter overhangs, are more compact, and are tucked higher up than the factory standard plastic bumpers. This provides superior ground and wheel clearance combined with improved approach angles when off-roading.
Are aftermarket bumpers worth it?
Most Popular Aftermarket Bumpers
At the end of the day, if you off-road or just want your vehicle to look like you do; then yes an off-road bumper is worth it. Also, don’t forget to take a look at our wheels and tires. We offer wheel and tire packages where you will get free shipping, and free mounting and balancing.
Will aluminum bumpers rust?
In most cases the aluminum parts (bumpers and fenders) are decorative covers and not structural. Aluminum will not rust like steel does. Aluminum can be left raw (or with the natural brushed finish) to show off the American made workmanship!
Do steel bumpers rust?
Steel bumpers can rust. It’s because rust is oxidized iron. Steel is made from iron. That means any contact from moisture turns steel into rust.
Are aftermarket steel bumpers safe?
A well-built bumper, such as a Throttle Down Kustoms Bumper/Grille Guard, may protect your vehicle in a low-speed collision. But it won’t do much in a high-speed collision with another vehicle. In fact, no bumpers, OEM or aftermarket, will protect a vehicle in this situation.
Are metal bumpers better?
Durability. Steel bumpers can take heavy impacts much better than factory bumpers can. Bumping into a fence post, pushing another vehicle, or even striking an animal on the highway will have no measurable impact on your bumper.
How much do aftermarket bumpers weigh?
Generally speaking, a full-width aftermarket steel plate bumper can weigh as little as 100 pounds or more than 200 pounds.
Do I need an off-road bumper?
Replacement Bumpers Are Essential for Active Off-Roading
Offering you extreme levels of physical protection to prevent costly damage due to mishaps plus the strength and solidity required for a safe recovery, aftermarket bumpers for your off-road Jeep or truck are a must!
How thick are aftermarket bumpers?
The two most common thicknesses for steel used in a bumper are 3/16” and 1/4”. The 1/4” steel is ideal for those looking to make the most of their truck and its accessories. Winches and other utility-based parts are better suited to be attached to 1/4” thick sections of the bumper.
Are off-road bumpers legal in India?
Even if you search online, they are available across multiple sites, including Amazon. However, they have smartly changed the names as off-road bumper, bumper guards, etc. Under Section 52 of the Motor Vehicle Act, bull bars are deemed illegal.
Are aluminum bumpers worth it?
If you’re looking for a lighter-weight bumper, aluminum is definitely the way to go. Aluminum is about 1/3 of the weight of steel, so it’s a much lighter weight option. If your truck or Jeep is still on stock shocks and springs, aluminum is definitely a better choice.
Is an aluminum bumper better than steel?
When it comes to lasting power, aluminum bumpers have their steel counterparts beat. Even if left raw, they are more corrosion-resistant than steel.
Is an aluminum bumper as strong as steel?
At 37 pounds but 1/4″ thick, our aluminum is stronger than most steel imported bumpers. However, steel is always stronger. Aluminum by nature will gouge and bend where steel has less deflection but can subjectively take a harder hit with less give.