Subaru Sambar TT2 Rear Tow Bumper With Engine Cover

(2 customer reviews)


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SKU: XM10001 Categories: , Product ID: 4415


It was time somebody shows the Sambar some love! 100% Bolt on Rear Bumper! No Cutting, No Welding! Engine Cover for those of you who do not want your engine exposed! Cover has provisions to relocate license plate light, reverse light, and license plate. Behind the license plate is an access hole to check and fill the oil level.  If greater access is required the covers are easily removed with a few bolts.

This bumper is exactly what you need for towing around a farm or large property! No more thin tiny side brackets! Our bumpers use 1/4″ Steel for the strength you need!

Bumpers & Mounts are sand-blasted then powder coated black for maximum durability. Hardware is Zinc Plated.

Shackle mounts are sized for 3/4″ shackles.

NOTE: We do not recommend exceeding manufacturer specifications for weight ratings but our bumpers will exceed the weight capacity specifications of the mini truck.

Please contact us before you order if you have a dump box as these brackets may not fit as intended!

Check out the video here!

Additional information

Weight 75 lbs
Dimensions 60 × 10 × 10 in
Bumper Type

With 2in Receiver, Without 2in receiver, With 2in Receiver and Engine Cover, Withou 2in Receiver and Engine Cover

2 reviews for Subaru Sambar TT2 Rear Tow Bumper With Engine Cover

  1. Richard E

    Great setup. Packed very well. Looks top notch and the metal is solid and good quality. Swamped after the holidays but will be starting the install soon. Can’t wait.

  2. Richard (verified owner)

    I finally got time to install the bumper. It went very well. I got the mounting brackets in place pretty quickly but I would recommend some more clarity on how it fits. I tried to place them against the frame but later figured out that the bracket sits partially on the outside and partially on the inside of the frame bracket. So the back part is on the outside and the part towards the bumper is on the inside of the frame bracket. Once I got that done, it was easy. I am really happy with it and glad that it is installed. I should have created a video of it and it really did go well so don’t be scared of the install. I did use a floor jack and it was best since several points I needed to adjust the jack to align the two frame bolts that replace the short bolts Thanks and if you have questions I will try to answer. Thanks

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