Tacoma Rear Bumper | Strike | 2nd Gen (05-15)
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.00/5 Stars. (1 Review)
Weight: 75 (lbs)
- CNC cut and formed from .188" and .120" steel.
- Compatitble with factory and many aftermarket receiver hitches.
- Maintains full legal tow capacity of vehicle.
- Cutouts for OEM trailer plug and license plate lights.
- Built in provisions for cube lights.
- Bolt-on installation.
- Proudly designed and made in the USA.
Strike Tacoma Rear Bumper | 2nd Gen (2005-2015)
When you need maximum protection, factory tow capacity, plus recovery options for your Toyota Tacoma; our Strike Series rear bumper is the pefect choice. This made in the USA bumper features integrated cube light mounts, 3/4" recovery tabs, integration with factory style receiver hitches, plus mounting locations for license plate lamps and your trailer wiring plug. We designed these bumpers using a mix of steel thicknesses to offer maximum strength with the lightest weight possible; perefect for overlanding, rock crawling, the daily commute, and everything in between. The bumper is available in a 2 stage satin textured black powdercoat over durable zinc primer finish, or in bare metal.
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Q DJ Jomadiao • 05/07/2020, 1:32:46 PM Will the rear bumper swing arm fit on this?
A 05/07/2020, 4:02:09 PM No, look for a tire carrier version of this in the future.
Q Keith Newton • 06/08/2020, 7:05:04 PM Parking assist and/or passing sensors wont work with this will they?
A 06/10/2020, 4:43:34 PM Parking sensors do work, blind spot monitoring does not.
Q Bronson • 07/05/2020, 4:35:15 PM Can you still have the tow package with this bumper
A 07/07/2020, 2:39:07 PM Yes, the factory hitch works with it.
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Jay (CT) | May 14th, 2020
Awesome design and looks awesome. Pictures online do no justice. Only issue I had, and not a big one, was loosening the bed bolts and pushing the bed towards the cab to give more room to mount up. I didn’t use the trailer setup but all the holes line up perfect so I see no reason why it wouldn’t be solid.