Mobtown Offroad 2nd Gen Toyota Tacoma Rear Plate Bumper

Mobtown Offroad has their design completed and fabrication has started for a rear plate bumper for the 2nd gen Tacoma. We are making one right now so we can work out any little bugs that may come up so the photos here are what we think it’ll be in the end but there may be a minor amount of changes.

The key features of the bumper are:

Outer Shell: 3/16″ CNC Laser Cut and Formed Plate Steel
Shackle Points: 3/4″ CNC Plasma Cut, pass through the bumper and wrapped around 2-1/2″ heavy wall steel tubing for the strongest design on the market to date.
Hitch: Integrated into the bumper which allows the bumper to tie in to it for maximum strength. The hitch is up in the bumper and passes through where the license plate will be so the depature angle is not effected. The hitch will be built from 2-1/2″ heavy wall steel tubing. It also is reinforced in the center with a formed plate and slots for trailer chains.
Attachment: 1/4″ CNC Laser Cut and Formed Plate Steel. Not just a flat, plasma cut plate like most bumpers out there which isn’t the best for side pulls. We added two bends on the plate, one goes under the chassis and bolts into the existing factory weld nuts.
Accessories: High Lift Cutouts, Flip Up License Plate Bracket, will use factory trailer plug and factory license plate lights.

Here are a couple 3D CAD models so you can get a visual. Once we have the prototype done, we will have a sale thread up. Stay Tuned!

Bumper-1 Bumper-2 Bumper-3 Bumper-4


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  1. Hello I have a 2003 Toyota Tacoma i know how much it is for this rear bumper so I can start saving up

  2. Thanks for the interest. We haven’t assigned a price yet. We need about another 2 weeks to get everything completed, then we will know the price. Stay tuned.

  3. I am interested in the price of this as well. My truck goes into the shop on 4/28/16 for rear panel/bed replacement and a new bumper. I would prefer a different/better built bumper, than OEM. Anxious as hell to see your product with price. Fingers crossed.

  4. When will these be available/are they available??

  5. They’re available now but have a 10-12 week lead time. We are ramping up production now and running the steel parts so we can get them in to weld.

  6. How strong is the receiver compared to the stock hitch? I’m interested in a high clearance rear bumper but don’t want to lose any towing capacity.

  7. Although it is not officially tow rated, it will still trailer the same as a stock truck with the OEM hitch. We construct it from stronger materials with a better design than what actually comes on the truck and many people have towed from our bumper with no issues.

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