Rhino Releases Winch-Ready HD Front Bumper For 2017+ Ford Super Duty

New from Rhino – the BR10.5 Winch-Ready HD Front Bumper Replacements for 2017+ Ford Super Duty. These rugged front bumper are designed for winches rated up to 16,500 pounds. See more details below.

Official Release:

BR10.5 Winch-Ready HD Front Bumper Replacements are laser measured and designed in 3D CAD to fit the contours of each vehicle. The bumper features a steel two-piece design that holds winches rated up to 16,500 pounds. Winch tray and mounting brackets are made from 1/4″ steel. Features a hinged winch cover to be used with or without a winch. Includes integrated hidden front 2″ receiver hitch mount. Patented heavy-duty Rhino hook D- ring shackle mounts (US Patent # 790,408) are mounted directly to frame rails for extra strength. Unique design includes integrated light ports for lighting customization with optional light plates and patented Light Mount Bar (US Patent # 757,316).

Features:

  • BR10.5 Front Bumper Replacement and Winch Tray ship as one part number in one box
  • Convenient and easy two piece installation
  • Winch Tray accommodates most winches up to a 16,500 pound capacity
  • Functional hinged steel mesh cover allows easy access to the winch
  • Front facing 2″ Receiver with removable steel cover with adjusting knob mounts with included hitch pin and cotter pin
  • Patented Heavy-Duty Rhino Horn Tow Hook and Shackle mount (US Patent # D790,408)
  • Optional patented Light Mount Bar allows installation of LED Light Bars or other lights (US Patent # D 757,316)
  • Optional Light Plates allow for installation of popular styles and sizes of LED lights in bumper
  • Framed mesh vent covers allow air to flow through the bumper
  • Bumper can be used with or without a winch, if desired
  • Multiple license plate mounting brackets available with included bracket
  • Available in Textured black powder coat finish (5 Year limited warranty)

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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