No Rear Bumper = Corner Damage?
Has anyone gotten any body damage from not running a rear bumper? Obviously, it's possible. Not running an aftermarket rear bumper and saving the $$$ and 100 extra lbs is starting to look really appealing. Just trying to gauge everyone's experiences..
Could be an insurance issue if you were rear ended with no legal bumper. You could be denied coverage by the other insurer.
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But there is something along the lines of a 2.5MPH or 5MPH bumper requirement. Probably defined as extending out X amount from the vehicle centerline (and the JK endcaps lie beyond that).
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