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Fusion Series Bumpers Ignite the Off-Roading Fire in New JK Owners

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The most common question we get from new Jeep Wrangler JK owners concerns what armor upgrade to do first when on a tight budget. It is for those people that GenRight engineered Fusion Bumpers. This made-in-America line of bumpers feature the infamous GenRight Quality at a lower price point! As with all of our products, they were designed with an eye towards maximizing functionality.

The Fusion Bumper series by GenRight for JK 2-door and JKU 4-door Jeep Wrangler features increased approach and departure angles compared to the stock bumpers. This means the bumpers are less likely to scrape on rocks and other uneven hazards that pitch the vehicle forward or backward while transversing them. We even ground our welds for nice, smooth edges in order to clear obstacles with a hair more room to spare. 

Front and rear Fusion bumpers are available made from laser cut and CNC formed heavy duty 3/16" thick steel plate for maximum toughness or almost equally tough 3/16" thick 6061-T6 aluminum alloy for weight savings. You can even get a rear stubby bumper to gain the best departure angle, tire clearance and weight savings. 

The Fusion front bumpers by GenRight accept a winch and mount the factory fog lights! They also work with Rubicon or Currie Antirock front sway bars. Two Billet 3/4" wide steel tow points are welded onto the front bumper for towing convenience. The design allows for good air flow to the radiator. The winch mount will fit all the Warn; Zeon 8, 10 & 12 models, 9.5 CTI and Power Plant winches without any mods to the bumper. 

The non-stubby rear bumper has two 3/4" thick billet tow points that tie into the frame and accept a normal D-ring that is sold separately.

The design of our Fusion bumpers make them much easier to install than our Signature Series bumpers. Toughness is not sacrificed, as 12 bolts mount this bumper securely to the frame. Unfinished and powder coated gloss black finish options are available.

We offer an optional bolt-on Winch Guard Bar from powder-coated black 3/16" thick metal with 1-3/4" diameter low-profile gusset tubing that features MIG welding. It mounts with existing bumper bolts.

The fusion series is perfect for the off-roader on a budget who wants clean and simple bumpers for their Jeep.

Order Fusion Bumpers for your Jeep Wrangler JK

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Keeping It Cool and Clean with Jeep Wrangler Inner Fenders by GenRight

For the longest time, one of our most requested items were Inner Fenders. We listened to our fans and we introduced our GenRight Front Inner Fenders for YJ, TJ, LJ, JK and JKU. Since then they have remained one of our most popular items. Inner fenders actually serve a purpose beyond making your Jeep Wrangler look [...]

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Why You Need a Twisted Pitman Arm for Your Lifted Jeep Wrangler

As everyone who has ever lifted a Jeep Wrangler knows, when you hook the steering back on most of the range of motion is just about gone.What GenRight did was twist the pitman arm so that It literally gives the ball its range of motion back by resetting it to a neutral position.We created a stronger double shear pitman [...]

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Solve Everyday Jeep Wrangler Tie-Down Problems with a GenRight Lock and Load System

Our goal at GenRight is to create useful, innovative, and solidly constructed parts and accessories for Jeep Wranglers. The GenRight Lock and Load Tub Rail Tie Down system we have engineered checks off all of those boxes.Simply put, this great idea easily provides 6 tie-down points along the tub rail for Jeep Wrangler JKU, JK, [...]

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Racing is a Family Affair for the Pellegrinos

Remember the adage about the family that plays together? Well, if you count racing as playing, then the Pellegrino family of Tony, Debbie, Jami, and Jordon should never be far apart from each other. This racing family has been speeding across the desert together for 20 years.Tony Pellegrino practically grew up on a dirt bike exploring the California desert, [...]

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2017 King of the Hammers: A Survival Guide

King of the Hammers is right around the corner.  Will 2017 be the year that you make it to the most amazing off-road event in America? It's one heck of a challenge for the drivers, but just attending the event to watch it requires its own set of skills and advanced preparation.  Here are a [...]

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Chris Rea Joins GenRight Off Road Racing as Navigator

New era, fresh perspective gives Pellegrino added advantage to the 4485January 9, 2017, Simi Valley, CA - Tony Pellegrino of GenRight Off Road is primed and ready to conquer the 2017 Nitto King of the Hammers Powered By Optima. With just a few weeks away, the car is tested and works extremely well in the rocks and desert.“The Falken [...]

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GenRight 4X4 Nights for January 2017

We host several 4X4 Nights across the country, usually during the third weekend of every month. These informal social gatherings are great opportunities to connect with the local off-roading community, meet members of the GenRight trail team, make plans for going wheeling,and show off your ride while checking out other local rigs. There is no cost [...]

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GenRight 4X4 Nights for December 2016

We host several 4X4 Nights across the country, usually during the third weekend of every month. These informal social gatherings are great opportunities to connect with the local off-roading community, meet members of the GenRight trail team, and show off your ride while checking out other local rigs. There is no cost to attend so bring [...]

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