Daystar KU70056PR | Bumper D-Ring Mount
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The Daystar D-Ring Isolators install on any standard ? shackle and are constructed of a durable Polyurethane material. They simply snap into place and can be installed or removed in moments. Polyurethane acts as an isolator for the shackle and prevents the shackle from tapping against a bumper or any other recovery point when the vehicle is in motion. The Isolator also protects your bumpers finish from scratches caused by D-Ring contact. Daystar D-Ring Isolators are available in Red, Blue, Yellow, or Black and can help add some color to any off-road vehicle. The D-Ring Isolators are sold in pairs and join other innovative off-road products from Daystar, including Winch Isolators, Jack Isolators, Bump Stops, Dash Panels and a complete line of Lift & Leveling Kits.
- D-Ring Isolator
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- D-Ring Isolator; Purple;
- Prevents Rattles
- D-RING/SHACKLE ISOLATOR; Purple; Pair
- Fits Standard 3/4 in. D-Rings Or Shackles
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What is the purpose of a bumper in a car?
The purpose of a bumper in a car is to absorb and distribute impact energy during collisions, protecting the vehicle's occupants and reducing damage to the vehicle's structure.
Does PartsHawk carry Bumpers for Jeep Wranglers?
Yes, PartsHawk does carry bumpers for Jeep Wranglers
What is the difference between a bumper and a fender?
A bumper is a protective component located at the front and rear of a vehicle, designed to absorb impact during collisions and minimize damage. A fender, on the other hand, is a body panel that covers the wheel well area and protects the vehicle from road debris and splashes.
What are the signs of a damaged or worn-out bumper?
Signs of a damaged or worn-out bumper include visible dents, cracks, scratches, misalignment, loose or hanging parts, and reduced effectiveness in absorbing impacts.
Can bumpers be repaired?
Yes, bumpers can often be repaired, depending on the extent of the damage and the type of bumper material.