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Barricade HD Front Bumper with LED Fog Lights, Spot Lights and 20-Inch LED Light Bar (19-21 Silverado 1500)
Barricade HD Off-Road Front Bumper with LED Fog Lights (19-21 Silverado 1500)
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Hey, guys. It's Sara with americantrucks.com. And today, we have a review and install of the Barricade HD Off-Road Rear Bumper fitting your '19 and newer Silverado 1500. This bumper is perfect for the Silverado owner looking for a beefier rear bumper option and wants one with a black finish that has brackets for lighting. This full-width rear bumper features rugged off-road styling and adds a bit of protection plus it allows you to keep a ton of features from your factory bumper like the helpful corner step. This rear bumper is also compatible with your factory hitch, your trailer plug, the lock for your spare tire, the sensors if your bumper has them, and the license plate lights that are factory. This bumper features cold form steel plate construction with a textured black powder coat finish and it also features brackets for the addition of pod lights down the road.So as far as price goes, this one comes in at around $625 which is middle of the road price-wise when compared to other options. And for your money, you are getting a beefy steel bumper with black aftermarket styling that allows you to keep all of the features of your factory bumper. So as far as install goes, I'm giving this one a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. It features a direct bolt up installation with no cutting required and can be done within two hours. So with that said, let's check out our install. For this install, you will need a ratchet or an impact gun, 21, 18, 13, and 7-millimeter sockets, the included 4-millimeter Allen key, a Phillips bit or a Phillips head screwdriver, 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench, pop clip removal tool, and a needle-nose pliers. All right. So the first step in our uninstall, you do have to remove your license plate because there are two bolts behind it. So grab a Phillips or flat-head screwdriver, or however your license plate is mounted to the bumper and we'll get it removed. All right. Next up, now you can see the two bolts that we have to remove, grab a 13-millimeter socket and remove these.All right. So we do need to unplug any connectors that would prevent the bumper from coming off. Our truck has two right here behind the license plate. We're going to start with these. Press down on this red tab, or you can use a small flat-head as long as you're careful, then you press down on the black tab and disconnect it. Next up, disconnect the black harness. Press down on the tab, and pull to remove. All right. Next up, you need to remove each of these clips that hold the wiring harness to the bumper. Grab a pop clip removal tool and remove them. Just above that is the plug for a hitch connector. Pull back on the gray tab, press down on the black tab, and wiggle it loose. Next up, we have to disconnect this last harness and connector. Pull back on the red tab, press down on the black tab, and pull it loose. All right. Next up, we're going to remove these two nuts. They're 18s so grab an 18-millimeter socket and a ratchet or an impact gun if it'll fit, go ahead and take them off.All right. Moving on to the other side. Now remember, if you are underneath the bumper to support it, grab your 18-millimeter socket and remove these nuts. Finally, there are these bumper support bars. We do need to remove this 13-millimeter bolt out of them so that we can remove the bumper. Grab your 13-millimeter socket and let's get this out. Make sure you do that on the other side as well. All right. With all the bolts removed, you can grab your bumper and pull it off of the truck. It's not terribly heavy, but you might want a friend just to help you wiggle it off. All right. So before we install our new bumper, we do have to transfer over some things from our previous bumper. We're going to start with the lock for the spare tire. Now to get this out, you just press down to remove your key out of your fob. Once you have the key free, go ahead and insert it in the lock, twist and remove. Next up, we're going to move on to the trailer plug. This has two metal clips on the backside. Press down on the metal clips. And once you released each side, the plug should come loose.Next up, we're gonna remove this center plastic piece. Now we're just using a pair of needle nose pliers to press down on each of these clips. You can use a flat-head if you like, but I think the needle nose gets both tabs at the same time, releases it a little easier. Next up, we're gonna remove this bolt so that we can remove the license plate lights. So what we're going to do is grab a 7-millimeter socket and a ratchet, and go ahead and get these removed. Now once the bolt is out, you can pull it away and slide this tab out. And once this is removed, we're now gonna grab a pop clip removal tool and remove all the pop clips holding it onto the bumper. Now you can cut these if you don't want to remove them. However, you don't want to risk damaging the wiring harness and these will still be on here if we ever need to re-install them or install them in our new bumper. All right. There's one more next to the license plate light itself. Now grab your 7-millimeter socket again and let's get this bolt out. Now, again, lift and remove it so we don't break this tab here.All right. So the first thing we're going to do is move the harness over for our license plate lights. Now there is a little indent in each light, and we're just going to make sure that lines up with this opening here because if we line it up nicely, it should just slide right in there and line up with this threaded hole. They've given you new hardware so we're going to grab that and start to thread it into this bracket. Next up, we're going to grab the included Allen key to tighten it down. Next up, we're moving to the other side of the bumper. Go ahead and line up the tab and also light itself in the bumper. I'm just gonna thread in the included hardware. All right. Now they do include an Allen key or you can use an Allen socket and a ratchet which we have here. Go ahead and install the bolts. Next up, we're gonna install these plugs. Our bumper does not have the sensors in it in the factory. If you did, you would go ahead and install those now. But since we don't, we're going to go ahead and install these plugs. Make sure they're nice and flush and pushed all the way in. All right. Now we're going to install this one on the middle part of the bumper. Moving on to the other side, repeat that process with the next two sensors.Next up, we're going to install these covers where you would put a pod light. This bumper did not come with lighting so we're just gonna install these in its place. Using the included hardware, go ahead and get them installed on either side. And then what we're gonna do is grab a 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench and the included key in order to hold it down, go ahead and tighten these down. Repeat that on the other side. Next up, we'll do the plastic piece. Go ahead and line it up with each of these brackets. Make sure the clips are fully in the center of the bracket. Pop it into place Next up, the trailer hitch plug. Go ahead and pop that through the bumper. All right. We are also going to do the bolt plates. Line those up with the holes in your bumper, and then we have these retainer washers, these plastic washers to keep them in place so that we can get it mounted on our truck. Repeat that on the other side.Next up, we're just gonna install this lock for the spare tire. Go ahead and line it up in the bumper, press it into place, turn your key, and remove it. Next up, we're going to install these clips that hold in your license plate bolts. All right. Now that we have our factory bumper uninstalled from our truck, we can check it out side by side with the Barricade bumper here. And as you can see, this one is much more aggressive by design than your factory. It features a steel construction and a nice black powder coat finish so it's going to be a lot beefier and a lot nicer-looking than your factory giving you that aftermarket look. In addition, it does feature a lot of the same features of the factory bumper. You can transfer over most of the things you like about the factory bumper to this new bumper so you get form and function all in one. So with that said, let's finish up our install. All right. So one last optional step, we're going to remove these support bars because they do stick down below the bumper a little bit. If you'd like to remove these, there's one 21-millimeter nut right here so grab your 21-millimeter socket and ratchet and get it removed. Repeat that on the other side.All right. So at this point, we're going to lift up our bumper. You might want to grab a friend for this step just to help you line up each of the bolt plates. Grab the corner of your bumper, go ahead and line it up. All right. So we're going to install the hardware on the bumper now. Make sure it's supported while you're doing this just in case it falls. We're using a washer, a lock washer, and our nut. Grab your 18-millimeter socket and tighten it down. Repeat that process on the top one. All right. Now, we're gonna repeat that on the other side. Installing our hardware and then tighten it down. All right. Now, we can plug in the wiring harnesses again, make sure to connect each connector, and press down the red tab. All right. Next up, we're plugging in the hitch connector, line it up, plug it in, and press down the gray tab. All right. Now you can plug in the two connectors that are right behind your license plate and this one maybe a little bit harder to see because it's sort of recessed in here. Go ahead and line it up and press it down. And finally, install your license plate over top. Line up your plate, grab the factory hardware, get it started. Then we're gonna grab our Phillips bit and tighten it down.So that is going to do it for the review and install this bumper. And remember for all things Silverado, keep it at americantrucks.com.
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|Bumper Type||Full Width|
|Bumper Winch Mount||No Winch Mount|
|Bumper Fog Light Fitment||No Fog Lights|
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