PUREJEEP 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler
Crawler Stubby Front Bumper

PureJeep Crawler Stubby Front Bumper

Do I have the hottest news for you or what?!  As promised, here’s a shot of the brand new Crawler Stubby Front Bumper as well as an official press release from PureJeep.com:

PUREJEEP, your new choice for Jeep® parts and accessories, now offers front bumpers for the New 2007 Jeep® Wrangler JK. The PUREJEEP Stubby Crawler bumper is made from 3/16 steel plate for durability. The bumper fits over the factory under-rider bar that hangs below the frame, protecting it from trail damage. The narrow bumper design provides more approach angle for the front tires when tackling large rocks on the trail and looks great too. The PUREJEEP Stubby Crawler bumper is ready to accept a winch with either a roller or hawse fairlead. The bumper design drops the winch down between the frame rails so that the winch cable pulls on centerline of the vehicle frame. (Seen here with a Warn XD9500ti winch in place). The bumper allows the use of factory tow hooks  and/or can be equipped with the soon to be available PUREJEEP bolt-on D-Ring shackle mounts. Stay tuned for the upcoming release of the full width front bumper and other exciting new products for your 2007 Wrangler JK, from PUREJEEP, your new choice for Jeep parts and accessories.

Available in semi-gloss black powder coat standard, or on special order in bare steel for those who want to paint the bumper to match their Jeep®.”

With this release, PureJeep has officially become the very first non-MOPAR company to produce a heavy duty aftermarket Jeep JK Wrangler front bumper. To see more photos and different views of this great new bumper, click on the link below:

PUREJEEP Jeep JK Wrangler Crawler Stubby Front Bumper

From the one who brings it to ya first!

FYI: If you are interested in purchasing a PUREJEEP Crawler Stubby Front Bumper, you can now purchase one at Northridge4x4.


  1. I have had two jeeps over 26 years, both with Warns. All jeeps should be careful with restricting airflow to the radiator. Many of these pictures show the winch mounted too high. Several show the winch sunken low in the bumper frame – that is the way they should be mounted. When I get my new Rubi 4door, I will install a new bumper for the low install and I will keep the original hooks. Also will look for a skid guard extending in and under under the radiator. CRWOOD1

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