Road Armor Stealth 614R4B
- 3/16 inch Heavy Duty Steel Construction
- 1/4 inch Gusseting and Internal Bracketry
- CNC Laser Cut
- Precision Brake Formed
- (4x) LED Cubes, (2x) 6-inch LED Light Bars and (2x) Light Tabs on Pre-Runner Bar
- Welded by Craftsmen inside and out
- Direct Bolt On Design
- Superior Foot Forward Winch Mount
- Superwinch 12.5SR Talon
- Square Light Ports for LED Cubes
- Our Standard Premium 5-stage Satin Black powder-coat finish
- Lifetime Structural Warranty
- *Winch and Lights are not included
If you are looking for an aggressive style aftermarket bumper, Road Armor bumper should be your top choice. As the leader in the industry, Road Armor has produced more than ten thousand winch bumpers since they started. Road Armor Stealth front bumper will give your rig a unique and rugged look whenever you drive on road or off-road.
Road Armor Style bumper will give you the toughest look on your Ford truck or Dodge Ram. I'm sure that those road bullies would think again before they try to cut your lines because of that tough look. Since the design has received impressive feedback since 2002, many competitors have tried to replicate their products but none of them has been successful or even close to Road Armor.
In addition to the innovative design, Road Armor will show you what it takes to manufacture the finest bumper in the world. At the moment you receive the bumper and look at those clean edges and notice how smooth the surface is when you touch them, you might be surprised about this piece of art. Some Road Armor customers even complained that Road Armor product is too good to use on the truck. From their bumpers, you can even smell their sweat back to their factory in Texas, and imagine how the experienced fabricator cuts, welds, and grinds using their high-end special tools and all that high carbon premium steel laying around.
Of course, every brand and product has its drawbacks. As you might be aware, Road Armor lead time could be a nightmare sometimes. So please ask us if the bumper is in stock before you place the order for a Road Armor bumper. For all Road Armor backorders, BumperOnly.com cannot guarantee the shipping time.
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