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DV8 Offroad Recovery Front Bumper with Bull Bar (07-13 Silverado 1500)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys. It's Sara with And today, we have a review and install of the DV8 Offroad Recovery Front Bumper with Bull Bar, fitting your '07 through '13 Chevy Silverado 1500. This is perfect for the Silverado owner who's looking for a heavy-duty recovery-style front bumper and wants an option that includes mounting points with the addition of lighting, as well as a winch. This three-piece front bumper features heavy-duty steel plate and tube construction with a textured black powder coat finish and includes D-rings to replace your factory tow hooks.This bumper includes mounting points on each side of the wing to add 3.5-inch round lights. It also has several mounting points for lighting on top of the bull bar itself and includes a built-in winch plate that can accommodate up to a 12,500-pound winch. So as far as price goes, this bumper comes in at around $850, which is middle-of-the-road price-wise when compared to other options. And for your money, you are getting a beefy steel bumper that features several mounting points for lighting as well as a built-in winch plate. And as far as the install goes, I'm giving this one a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. It does feature a direct bolt-up install, although trimming may be required if you wish to trim your wheel well liners. All in all, this can be done within two hours. So let's get into our install.For this install, you will need an impact gun or a ratchet will work just fine. You'll also need 16-millimeter, 18-millimeter, and 13-millimeter wrenches, a pop clip removal tool, a 5-millimeter Allen key socket or Allen key, 10-millimeter, 13-millimeter, 16-millimeter, 18-millimeter, and 21-millimeter sockets. And you may want a razor knife or a similar cutting tool if you choose to cut your wheel well liners. All right. So the first step in our uninstall, we are gonna pull the grille out. This is not a necessity if you'd like to get to the bolts behind it, but I think it makes it a little bit easier. So let's grab our pop clip removal tool and remove all of the pop clips holding on our rad support cover.And with all of the pop clips removed, pull up and remove your rad support cover. Next up, we're gonna remove the four 10-millimeter bolts holding on the top of our grille. With your 10-millimeter socket, get these removed. Now with the bolts removed out of the top of the grille, you can grab it and pull it straight back towards you to release the rest of the clips. With the grille removed, you can see the 21-millimeter bolt that you have to remove. Grab a 21-millimeter socket, and you may want a small extension, go ahead and get it removed. And there's another one on the other side of the truck, go ahead and remove that one as well.Next up, we're gonna remove the bolts holding on the bumper support bar. We're gonna use a 15-millimeter socket, and you may want a small extension as well as a ratchet to get this out. Repeat that on the other side. All right. So be prepared now that all of the bolts are out of your bumper, it's not held on by anything right now, so make sure it's supported. Once you have a good hand on it, go ahead and remove your bumper. Next up, we're gonna remove the caps on the end of the frame rails here. There's two nuts on the inside. They're 21s, so grab a 21-millimeter socket, and let's get these removed. Remove the bolt plate out the other side. And remove the cap off of the end of your frame rail. Repeat that on the other side.All right. Now one more step before we can install our new bumper, we're gonna remove these supports because we don't need them for the new one. We want to make sure they're out of the way. Now there's two 15-millimeter bolts right underneath here attached to the frame, we're gonna get those removed. Grab your 15-millimeter socket and go ahead and get them out. All right. Now we are missing one bolt on the other side here, but you want to repeat that step on your other side, remove all of the bolts that you have and remove the support off of the truck.All right. Now before we can get our bumper bolted up to our truck, we're gonna bolt on the wings to each side of the center section. Line up the wing to the side of the center section of your bumper. You should see four bolt holes, and this is gonna help you get it in line. We have one of our bolts here. We're using a washer and a lock washer on the bolt side. Once your wing is lined up, go ahead and thread the hardware in. Repeat that with the rest of your mounting points. Now with a 16-millimeter socket or you can use a 16-millimeter ratcheting wrench, go ahead and tighten these down. Now we're gonna repeat that on the other side.At this point, grab a 16-millimeter socket or wrench and tighten these down. All right. With both of the wings bolted on, we can now bolt on this hoop. What we're gonna do is line it up to the front of the bumper and get it bolted down. With your hoop in place, you can install the hardware. We're using an Allen head bolt and a washer on one side, and then on the other side, you'll be using a washer, lock washer, and a nut. You may want a friend to help you hold this in place while you're getting it bolted down just to help you line it up. Repeat that process on the other side.Now with all of your bolts in place, make sure that your hoop is centered and you can tighten it down. Grab a 5-millimeter Allen key or Allen socket and a 13-millimeter wrench or socket, and go ahead and tighten it down. Now for this close one, you may not be able to get an Allen socket, so grab a regular 5-millimeter Allen key, and we're gonna use a ratchet with a socket on the backside, a 13-millimeter to tighten it down. Now we're gonna repeat that on the other side. We're gonna start with this bolt that's a little bit hard to get to on the inside. Grab your 5-millimeter Allen key and 13-millimeter socket and go ahead and tighten it down. Now you can repeat that process with your other two bolts.All right. So now that we have our factory bumper uninstalled from our truck, we can check it out side by side with our new bumper here. Now, as you can see, this one is quite a bit beefier than your factory. It features plate-steel construction, which is going to be much stronger than the plastic of your factory bumper. In addition, it features a nice textured black powder coat finish to give you that off-road after-market look that you're going for. It comes packed with a ton of features like the overrider hoop, the D-rings to replace your tow hooks, a winch plate to add a winch down the road, and several mounting points to add some lighting. So with that said, let's finish up our install.All right. At this point, we can get our bumper mounted up. You will want a friend for this step because it is kind of heavy. We can get it lined up. Line up both of the mounting points and slide it over top of the frame rail. Slide it in place, and we can get it bolted up. With your bumper supported, we're gonna go underneath. We're gonna line up the long hardware that was included with this kit. We're using a washer on one side and we'll be using a lock washer, washer, and nut on the other side. For the other two holes, we'll be reinstalling the factory hardware, and using the factory nuts on the other side. Now repeat that on the other side.Now with a 21-millimeter socket, go ahead and tighten down your factory nuts. And with an 18-millimeter wrench and an 18-millimeter socket, tighten down the included bolt. Now you can repeat that on the other side. All right. Now I can get our grille lined up on the truck. You may want to come at it at a bit of an angle to help line it up. Line up all the posts at the top and the clips into their places as well. And once those are lined up, go ahead and press it into place. Now we can replace the factory hardware on the top of your grille. And with a 10-millimeter socket, go ahead and tighten it down. Repeat that for the rest of your mounting points.Now we can replace the rad support cover. Get it on the truck and line up all of the mounting holes. Now you can replace all of the pop clips. All right. So one thing I did want to point out with this bumper, because it is higher clearance than factory, your wheel well liners do hang down a bit. Now, if you don't like this look, you can definitely trim them. We won't be trimming on our truck today, but if you would like to trim yours, I would suggest using the bumper as a guide. Going along the bottom of the bumper, mark the wheel well liner, and then with a razor knife or a similar tool, you can trim off the excess. All right. So that is gonna do it for the review and install of this bumper. And remember for all things Silverado, keep it at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Three-Piece Recovery Bumper with Bull Bar
      • 1.75-Inch Steel Bar Tubing
      • 1.75-Inch Rider and Kicker Plates
      • Includes Holes for 3.5 in. Round Lights
      • High Degree Approach Angles
      • Raised Corners for Better Terrain Travel
      • Accepts up to a 12,500-Pound Winch
      • Two-Stage, Textured Black Powder Coat Finish
      • Includes D-Rings
      • Reuses Factory Hardware
      • Fits 2007-2013 Chevy Silverado 1500s


      Rugged Style. Trail-tested for Year, the DV8 Offroad Bumper is now available for the 2007-2013 Chevy Silverado 1500. If you're a trail-headed Silverado owner, the DV8 is a best-in-class option for serious terrain travel. Innovative features make the DV8 all too capable of handling any trail, mountain or dune with confidence.

      Tough Strength. The DV8 Offroad Bumper features Ridiculously thick and strong 3/16-inch, cold-rolled steel, on top of 1.75-inch steel tubing for its bull bar. A set of 1.75-inch Wall Over Rider and Kicker Plates top off the DV8 with a 3-piece welded design to make it one of the toughest options on the market.

      Powder Coat Finish. As far as paint goes, the DV8's finish is just as tough as its construction. A 2-stage powder-coat process adds a tough-as-nails, sealed matte black finish that withstands bumps, nicks, jags and sharp debris.

      Bolt-on Installation. The DV8 Offroad Bumper makes for a simple installation, requiring no additional modifications or fabrication to be attached. Simple hand tools are all that's needed.

      Application. The DV8 Offroad Bumper is specifically designed to fit all 2007-2013 Chevy Silverado 1500s.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Center Bumper Piece
      • (2) Bumper Ends
      • (1) Bull Bar
      • (2) D-Rings
      • Necessary Hardware

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