Poison Spyder Brawler Mid Front Bumper with Brawler Bar, Tube Gussetts, D-Ring Tabs in SpyderShell Armor Coat & Q9500is Stealth Winch for 07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK
EASY INSTALLATION: The Brawler MID can be mounted without cutting or altering the Jeep's frame rails. The faceted design of the Brawler MID provides the best ground clearance and approach angle possible in a bumper that doesn't require frame modifications. The factory "Crash Bar" may be left intact or removed for a sleek appearance and high clearance. If keeping the crash bar, they recommend adding the Brawler MID Skid Plate (sold separately), which conceals the crash bar and protects the electronic sway bar disconnect.
RECESSED FOG LAMP MOUNTS: Brawler MID comes with provisions for re-mounting your factory fog lamps. These consist of recessed fog lamp "buckets" that are made of CNC laser cut DUM tubing with a mounting flange designed to accept the mounting hardware of the stock lamps. The recess and all-steel buckets help protect the lamps from the rocks. For those who do not have the stock fog lamps, or would like to upgrade to more powerful LED lamps, Poison Spyder offers a unique LED Fog Lamp Mounting Kit for installing a pair of Rigid Industries "Dually" LED lamps in the fog lamp locations. IMPORTANT: The stock fog lamps used on the Jeep Wrangler 10th Anniversary Rubicon do NOT fit into the fog lamp buckets on this bumper. If installing this bumper on a 10th Anniversary Rubicon, they suggest using a pair of Rigid Industries Dually or Dually D2 LED lamps along with their JK Dually Fog Lamp Mounts instead of the stock fog lamps.
WINCH COMPATIBILITY: The Brawler MID bumper is designed to accept most Warn winches, and winches from other manufacturers that conform to Warn's standardized winch mounting dimensions. The winch sits in a slight depression on the top surface of the bumper, with plenty of CNC laser cut plate steel gusseting inside the bumper shell, directly underneath the winch to provide maximum strength. The Winch Fairlead Mount is sold separately, so that those who wish to not run a winch are left with a clean looking, unobstructed top surface on their bumper. The Brawler MID comes to you as bare steel, ready to accept paint or powder coat in the color of your choice.
SpyderShell Armor Coat
Poison Spyder's SpyderShell Armor Coat has been engineered to provide your Poison Spyder product with years of unmatched great looks, corrosion protection and weather-resistance. Their proprietary 5-stage system starts with media blasting the entire part, to remove contaminants and prep the metal surface for the best possible adhesion. Next, any seams are sealed with 3M Scotch-Weld to block moisture from entering and causing corrosion where the powder can not reach. The first coat to be applied is a zinc-rich powdered black primer, which is baked on to form an impenetrable bond between the metal product and the coating. The primer is black--rather than traditional gray--so that any rock chips or trail damage are less conspicuous. The final top coat is an industrial grade, "super-durable" architectural finish in semi-gloss black, which is engineered to retain its appearance through years of exposure to sun and weather. SpyderShell is a coating process unmatched by any other Jeep armor after-market manufacturer, for which Poison Spyder are confident in offering a 5-year warranty on materials and workmanship.
Quadratec's Q9500is Stealth Winch utilizes a die cast finned aluminum solenoid housing that dissipates heat under heavy winch loads while providing rugged durability. Its powerful 4.8 HP series wound motor and class leading low gear ratios provide fast line speeds while the battery friendly low current draw gives you generous winching time from your battery charge.
The charcoal gray synthetic winch line also contains Dyneema® fiber, which is stronger and more durable than steel winch cables yet soft and flexible. Weight for weight, Dyneema® is 15 times stronger than steel and its light weight significantly improves the ease of handling. Dyneema® will not rust, kink and lose strength like steel cables can over time. In fact, when properly cared for, Dyneema® winch lines can outlast steel winch cables. Plus, synthetic winch lines are much safer and easier to use as steel cables can sometimes shed wire splinters from handling. In the unlikely event of a synthetic winch line breaking there is virtually no recoil, where steel wire breakage can be extremely dangerous.
The ease of handling, increased safety, and improved longevity of Dyneema® are why so many off road enthusiasts are making the switch. The Q9500i Stealth Winch features 90' of synthetic winch line with a ballistic nylon chafe guard to protect your line from abrasions. Each winch line is 3/8" diameter and rated for 18,000 lbs. Includes our Winch Operator's Guide with helpful information on winching and the care and use of synthetic line.
You also receive an industry best Limited Lifetime Warranty on mechanical parts and a 1-year Warranty on all electrical components.
- Class Leading Line Pull Ratings for Extra Pulling Capacity
- Heavy Cast Aluminum - Heat Dissipating Solenoid Housing
- Pre-Assembled and Pre-Wired with Simplified Installation
- Superior Off Road Durability with Rugged Sleek Looks
- Hefty Clutch Control
- Case Hardened Input Gears
- Case Hardened Intermediate Gears
- Case Hardened Output Gears
- Stainless Steel Hardware Throughout
- Case Hardened Hex Drive Shaft
- Load Holding Brake System
- Winch Drum is Case Hardened
- High Strength Aluminum Tie Bars
- Shaft Coupler is Case Hardened
- Solid Copper and Brass Power Terminals
- Durable Powder Coat Finish
- Powerful 4.8 Horsepower Series Wound Motor
- Heavy Duty Integrated Solenoid
- Dyneema® Synthetic Rope 90' x 3/8"
- Forged Steel Clevis Hook
- Nylon Safety Hook Strap
- High Visibility Rubberized Winch Remote with 12' Cord
- Solid Copper Battery Cables
- Aluminum Hawse Fairlead
- Front Bumper
- Q9500is Stealth Winch
- Black Aluminum Hawse Fairlead
- 90' x 3/8" Dyneema® Synthetic Rope
- Black Forged Steel Clevis Hook
- Nylon Safety Hook Strap
- 12' Wire Remote Control
- Installation Hardware
- Features: Bumper Hoop
- Color: Black
- Style: Mid Width Bumper
- Material: Steel
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Poison Spyder Brawler Mid Front Bumper with Brawler Bar, Tube Gussetts, D-Ring Tabs in SpyderShell Armor Coat & Q9500is Stealth Winch Reviews
The bumper is superior quality and was an easy installation. I recommend purchasing the skid plate and attaching it to the bumper prior to installing the bumper. My son an I installed the bumper in 30 minutes. I installed the Quadratec Q Series Stealth Winch after I installed the bumper...perfect fit. The winch install took 30 minutes...mostly routing the power cables up to the battery and securing the cables.
Reading through some of the other reviews I unfortunately had a similar experience with damage. First attempt, the bumper was delivered by UPS wrapped in bubble wrap with some cardboard taped around it. The armorshell was chipped and scratched all over, and the hardware was missing. This is not the fault of Quadratec or Poison Spyder...this is pure UPS and is usually my experience with UPS and anything over 40 lbs. I called Quadratec and they were great to work with, customer service rep asked for a picture of the damage, which I sent while on the call, he processed the RMA and had a tracking number on the replacement in under an hour. Because the box on the first one was totally gone they instructed me to place the damaged bumper in the replacements box and they would dispatch UPS to pick it up when ready. You can't ask for better service. Replacement bumper arrived in 3 business days, this time in its Poison Spyder box which was a quality box, packed securely in formed styrofoam with zero damage. PS does not skimp on packaging...what those jokers at UPS did to the first one the security cameras only know. Bumper is top quality, installed pretty easily and looks awesome. I looked at 1200 bumpers trying to make up my mind and finally went with the PS Mid and am happy I did. I'll add that you will need the fairlead mount with this kit, I opted for Poison Spyders mount for about $55.
Bumper is made in USA.
Do yourself a favor, add a u joint and 3 in extension to the tools needed. Also standard depth sockets in addition to the deep dish. These help behind the vac can.
Bumper: SOLID. Shipped well, no scratches in coating. Gr8 bolt pack was sealed and taped up in the box, bumper was wrapped in a heavy duty foam. Seriously PSC probably spent $25 on packing this thing. I think they learned from other reviewers that got a scratched up product. Quadratec description doesn't say anything about the vac can, just mentions frame rails. I can say that in my 2017 2d Willy's, I did not have to move the vac can. No alterations of any kind, although I may order the skid plate and chop out the crash bar. The vac can does make it hard to install the nuts on the driver side. It is doable to get all 8 on, don't listen to people who say it's okay to skip out on a nut or 2, they just give up too easy.
Winch: first time owning one so take that how you will. Seems to be a solid set up. One thing I don't like is the way the synthetic line is connected to the barrel. It looks like a piece of half inch conduit was pounded flat on the line, drilled through, and screwed into the side of the main housing. It isn't strong, mine broke and I reattached, with a piece of conduit pounded flat just like the original. It was my fault it broke, inexperienced with winching I wound out the whole barrel with tension on it. Glad I learned that lesson in the yard at home. I did get to hook up to a good sized tree and pulled the line in, tightening it on the barrel, which is something that should be done with a pre wound winch.
I mounted winch on the plate, and to the bumper and used a engine hoist to assist the install. I really think that with this bumper you can put the winch on after. If I did it over again, that's what I would do.