Addictive Desert Designs Venom Rear Bumper with Backup Sensor Cutouts for all 2015-2016 F-150s.
Are you looking for a way to change up the look of your 2015-2016 F-150 to give it a more rugged and aggressive appearance? Then take a look at this Addictive Desert Designs Venom Rear Bumper with Backup Sensor Cutouts from CJ Pony Parts! This rear bumper will not only look great and completely change the rear end appearance of your F-150, but it also provides great utility.
Addictive Desert Designs Venom Rear Bumper R152231280103 Features:
- .120” Wall Steel Tube Construction
- Hammer Black Powder Coated Finish
- Satin Black Panels
- Dually Light Mounts
- Laser Cut Tabs and Plates
- Backup Sensor Cutouts
- ADD and Venom Logos
- Direct Fit
- Stainless Steel Hardware
- Handcrafted in USA
Addictive Desert Designs’ team of expert welders handcraft the Venom rear bumper from .120” wall steel tubing. To protect the bumper from Mother Nature’s wrath, the tough tubular design of this bumper gets an extra layer of toughness with a hammer black powder coated finish. The plates and tabs have been laser cut for precise fitment on the bumper and come in a satin black finish. The top bumper plates are dimple died for sure footing while stepping up on the bumper to reach into the bed of the truck, and features laser cut ADD and Venom logos on either side.
No need to worry about the factory backup sensors not working, the Venom rear bumper has cutouts to retain use of the backup sensors. Addictive Desert Designs even put mounting on this rear bumper for two Dually lights to provide extra rear lighting! With included stainless steel hardware, the Venom rear bumper bolts right up to your F-150 for an easy installation that does not require any cutting or drilling.
Please Note: The Venom rear bumper does NOT come with LED lighting. Lighting sold separately.
*Addictive Desert Designs design their rear bumpers to work with factory tow equipment.
Looking to give your truck an upgrade in both appearance and functionality? Look no further than prerunner bumpers and other parts from Addictive Desert Designs! Adding an off-road bumper from Addictive Desert Designs to your truck will not only give your build a head-turning appearance, but also make it that much more capable in off-road terrain.
Order this Addictive Desert Designs R152231280103 Venom Rear Bumper with Backup Sensor Cutouts for your 2015-2016 F-150 from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Tools you'll need for this installation: A ratchet, 13 millimeter socket, 19 millimeter socket, an extension, torque wrench, 19 millimeter wrench, flat-head screwdriver, panel removal tool, a file, marker, an angle grinder, drill, an 11/32 drill bit, you may also need a universal drill bit and, safety glasses. Obviously to install a new rear bumper, the old rear bumper has to come off but, before we do that, we need to disconnect the tag lights, the towing plug, the spare tire key, the reverse censors and, the backup lights. First thing we're going disconnect, which you may not have on your truck, are these reverse lights. Disconnect the plug going through the backup censor. You're going to spread these two tabs away from each other. Pull the center out and then pull the cup through the front.
Just so we don't lose it or anything, we're just going to reconnect it and let it hang out. We're going to do the same thing to this censor then, there's one over here and one up top over there. Unplug the trailer plug and also both tag light bulbs. There's also a bunch of clips holding this harness to the bumper. You need to remove those as well. There's four 13 millimeter bolts on each side of the bumper we're going to be removing. Two on this side and two right over here. Now, when you're taking off the last bolts, you want to make sure you have the bumper secured or that you're holding it just in case it falls. Take the key to the truck to remove the spare tire lock. Unlock it and pull it out. Pop out the reverse light socket. Remove the trailer plug by pushing on the clip and pulling it forward. You've got to push in both sides. Now we have to pull up the plastic portion of the bumper so we can get to more bolts that secure the bumper on.
Now remove the two remaining bolts securing the chrome portion to the center. With the bumper off, we can now remove this piece but, it's welded on so we need to grind down the five welds right here to remove this piece. There's still some weld left over so, you need to grind this completely flush. Now, we're going to paint this so it doesn't rust. We're going to clean it with some prep solvent then primer in a can. We previously installed these stock rear reverse lights in the bottom of the bumper in our truck. The new bumper has mounts for it so, we're going to put it on the new bumper. Get it lined up to where you want it. Tighten it down real good and then look on the other side and make any adjustments that you need. In this case, we need to pivot it up a little bit. It's looking pretty good. Addictive Desert Designs provides thread cutting bolts for this bracket. We just need to drill two holes on the cage.
We're going to mark the holes with a sharpie. We're using an 11/32 drill bit to drill out these holes. Now we're going to use the self-tapping bolts. Install the plug. They supply three 1/2 inch bolts that are supposed to go here, here and, here but, the bolts are just slightly too big to go through the hole so, we just need to make the holes a little bit bigger. All right, now we can install the new bumper. You might need to solicit help for this. The bumper is pretty heavy. You have to remove the plugs from the tail hitch otherwise, the bumper will crush these. We have all 6 bolts hand tied on the bumper. Now we can tighten them up. Once you get each bolt tight, you need to torque them to 70 foot pounds. You could have done this at the same time you installed the reverse lights on the bumper but, now we're going to put the tag light housings in the bumper.
Now we're also going to reconnect the key for the spare tire here and also the backup censors. We're trying to reinstall this tire lock but, when we install it, we can't quite turn the key all the way and we don't want to break the key fob so, what we're going to do ... The metal is just slightly too thick here so, we're just grinding down this tab on each side of the lock to make it fit. We got it to fit. Reinstall the backup censors. While we're down here, we can also plug in the reverse lights. We're going to plug in the trailer harness now. You might have to pull down on the harness. This is a pretty tight fit. Plug in the tag lights as well. Once you have everything plugged in, you can clean up your wiring and your installation is finished. This Venom rear bumper from Addictive Desert Designs is installed and boy it looks great. I couldn't be happier with the way it looks. It looks absolutely killer. Installation should take you about 3-4 hours and before you know it, you'll be heading out on the road.