Fab Fours Vengeance CS19-D4051-1
- D4051 & D4052 includes brackets to run most 20" lightbars
- D4051 & D4052 will retain factory tow hook
- Overall design and fit is "High and Tight" to the contours of the vehicle
- The Vengeance Series front bumper is sensor compatible
- Lower cutout to provide increased airflow
- Complete bolt-on front bumper w/ provided brackets that tie directly to the frame
- Sensors optimized for vehicles with suspension lifts - stock height trucks may require tuning the sensor mount and will require special care
- *All sensor testing is done on 6 inches lifted trucks
- *Because of the angles on the Vengeance bumper, there is a strong possibility the sensors will read the ground on a non-lifted truck
Sometimes, all you need to change the look of your truck is the right bumper. And this Vengeance Front Bumper from Fab Fours is here to do exactly that. Its aggressive design stands out from the crowd and impresses. However, it’s not all just about the appearance. The undiscussed quality of Fab Fours has done it again with the 11gauge US-grade steel construction. To top it off, a 2 Stage Black Powder Coat to protect it from all elements. This type of bumper is available either with a pre-runner guard and without a guard. So that you can choose between keeping it simple or extra protection.
This lightweight and sleek Vengeance Front Bumper contours your truck with a high and tight fit. Great to revamp its appearance and get more airflow with its lower cutout. Plus, you get to enjoy greater tire clearance. Whether you plan to install it to a truck that’s headed off or on the road, you know that you’ll be safe out there. Plus, you're guaranteed to collect some compliments too thanks to its badassery!
When it comes to lights, Fab Fours has planned ahead. Feel free to add a 20-inch Rigid Industries LED light bar at the center, or try mounting the lights on the sides. That’s for up to 2 3×3 Dually lights. Get everything you need from your choice of bumper.
At BumperOnly, we're passionate about helping people find the right truck accessory. We have selected the very best of American bumper brands and offer them at unbeatable prices. Curious to learn more about the Vengeance Front Bumper from Fab Fours? Enjoy the personal care of our customer service, ready to help you find what you need and offer support with your order. That’s on top of our fitment guarantee and free shipping!
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