Addictive Desert Designs Rear Bumper HoneyBadger F-150 Raptor 2017-2018

Addictive Desert Designs: R117321370103
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Addictive Desert Designs Rear Bumper HoneyBadger F-150 Raptor 2017-2018
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Addictive Desert Designs HoneyBadger Rear Bumper for 2017-2018 F-150 Raptors.

Looking for a rear bumper that is as tough as your 2017-2018 F-150 Raptor? Then take a look at Addictive Desert Designs’ HoneyBadger Rear Bumper from CJ Pony Parts! The HoneyBadger rear bumper is one of the toughest rear bumpers made by Addictive Desert Designs, making it a perfect match for the Raptor.

Addictive Desert Designs HoneyBadger Rear Bumper R117321370103 Features and Benefits:
- Compatible With Factory Backup Sensors
- Additional Lighting with Dually Mounts
- Dimple Died Step Plates

The tough hand built construction of the HoneyBadger rear bumper comes from the 1/8” external steel plating and 3/16” internal structure plating. A modern box design of the rear bumper gives the rear of your Raptor exceptional protection and blends in great with the factory dovetail styled rear end. The design of the bumper will also allow you to retain the factory dual exhaust and tow hooks. Providing utility to the HoneyBadger rear bumper is a pair of 1” steel reinforced clevis mounts that can accommodate a 3/4" D-ring, while dual Dually light mounts provide extra lighting. Dimple died step plates on top of the bumper make sure you have sure footing while stepping on the bumper to reach into the bed of the truck. Don’t worry about the factory backup sensors on the Raptor, the HoneyBadger bumper maintains compatibility for the sensors.

Bumper Specifications:
- 1/8” External Steel Plating
- 3/16” Internal Structure Plating
- Reinforced 1” Steel Clevis Mounts
- Clevis Mounts Accept 3/4” D-Ring

Order this Addictive Desert Designs R117321370103 HoneyBadger Rear Bumper for your 2017-2018 F-150 Raptor from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Addictive Desert Designs Rear Bumper HoneyBadger F-150 Raptor 2017-2018 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: We recently installed the ADD HoneyBadger Front Bumper on our 2017 Raptor, and it gave us that tough, aggressive look we're going for. So to continue the theme, today we're going to install the matching HoneyBadger Rear Bumper on our 2017 black Raptor.

The ADD HoneyBadger Rear Bumper has the same aggressive looks as the front bumper, and it'll be a direct replacement for the rear bumper on all 2017 Raptors. It's going to add the ability to add cube lighting along with hooks, and gives the truck a much tougher look.

For this installation, we'll need a 3/8 ratchet, 10 millimeter socket, 14 millimeter socket, 15 millimeter socket, 21 millimeter socket, 9/16 socket, T-40 Torx bit, 9/16 wrench, panel removal tool, hammer, pry bar, some sort of grinder, and safety glasses.

We're going to start by disconnecting our trailer plugs, there's two metal pins in the back, and you should just push them in, and then push it out the back. Here you can see these are the metal retainers, you'll just get behind there, give them a good squeeze, and they'll pop out. Grab the plug here, and unplug it.

Next, where the license plate lights, again little plastic clip, just push it in, and pop it through. Next we're going to remove the proximity sensors, to do that you basically remove the sensor from this little holder by spreading these tabs, and then push it through. We're going to leave the cups for now, just disconnect the sensors. Now we're going to pull the black cover on top of our bumper here. You'll want to start back in the corner and kind of just pick it up, work your way across, and pop it free.

With the cover off, we're going to remove these pieces next. They're held on by some Torx screws, there's one here, two, three, four, and then a fifth one over here. With the side pieces off, the next thing we got to remove is the license plate piece, which is going to require grinding. So the first thing you want to do, basically is get all the wiring harnesses off of it. Get that stuff out of the way. We're going to be grinding these five sections here. This longer one here, three short ones in the middle, and this one over here, so we can get this bracket off the metal.

Now with the bracket off, you're going to want to grind these smooth. You want to give the area a quick clean, and we're going to give it a quick coat of primer, and a coat of paint.

We need to remove the hitch next, and we're going to start by removing this ground bolt, and the bolts for the exhaust hangers, and finally the bolts for the hitch itself. Then remove these two nuts here that connect the exhaust hanger to the hitch, and do this on both sides. The last step in removing the hitch is remove the bolts that hold it on, one nut here, one here, and one there on both sides.

Now we're going to remove some parts from our factory bumper and transfer over. We're going to start with the cover here for the jack to get the spare tire down. You're going to grab your key, and pop that out. Then you're going to push the tabs down here, and remove the sensors. We'll start with the license plate lights, lock them in place, then we're going to install the key with the cover. Connect the holders for the parking sensors, make sure all three line up, and pop it in place. They are kind of specific. Next we're going to install this adapter here, this is for our trailer plugs. Then we're going to install the plug. Make sure you pop the clips out so it stays in place.

Then we're going to grab our hitch, put up on the bumper, then line up the holes. I'm going to leave these loose, so get them snug, make sure you still have so play in them. The bumper connected to the hitch, now we can put the whole assembly back on the truck. We definitely want some help with this, if you can get a couple friends to actually hold it up in place, it's easier to put the hardware on that way.

Now if you remember, we left the bolts loose that hold the bumper to the hitch. The reason we did that, so after we have side to side adjustment, you want to make sure that this is straight here and bump it over a little bit if you have to, but make sure your sides are right. Now we're going to tighten the bolts that hold this to the hitch. And then to keep the up and down correct, we'll tighten the bolts that hold the hitch assembly to the truck. Once you have those tight, we can go back and tighten these main bolts that hold the entire assembly to the frame of the truck.

We're going to install the exhaust hanger next while we're down here. Now we're going to finish the harness up, and the plates and start making the connections again. We're going to start with our license plate lights. With the wiring done, we're going to reattach the factory strap here, use the original hardware. The last step down here is to plug in our trailer harness.

Now on the outside of the bumper, these holes here, there's one on each side, reinstall the factory bolts. Install your license plate, and your installation is finished.

The ADD HoneyBadger Rear Bumper finished our truck of perfectly, and matches that aggressive, tough look at the front, adds some ability to add some hooks, and lighting back here as well. Overall the installation's not too bad, figure about three hours or so. Be back on the road in no time.