Warn Industries Releases New Ascent™ Bumpers for New Ford Super Duty, Latest Toyota Tacoma

Warn Industries Releases New Ascent™ Bumpers for New Ford Super Duty, Latest Toyota Tacoma

95460_Ascent Bumper_2014-15 Ford F150_002.jpg Portland, OR (11/1/16) – Warn Industries has released its Ascent Front and Rear Bumpers for the all-new 2017 Ford Super Duty and the 2016–2017 Toyota Tacoma. These bumpers offer a low-profile design with exceptional durability, rugged good looks, and improved off-pavement capability for these popular pickups.  

Ascent Bumpers offer improved functionality and complimentary styling in one package. And with a precise fit, robust steel construction, and the ability to accommodate oversize tires, these bumpers can help improve performance off the pavement while looking great. The angled design sits high to maintain maximum ground clearance and approach/departure angles to maximize off-road performance. Front bumpers feature built-in winch mounts to accommodate WARN mid-frame winches up to 12,000 lbs.—including the ZEON and ZEON Platinum—and have welded eyelets for recovery shackles. The rear bumpers have built-in corner steps for easy access to the truck’s bed.  95600_Ascent Bumper_Ram 1500_001.jpg

Both front and rear bumpers feature ports to mount auxiliary lights and the rear bumpers are compatible with bumper sensors. Made from thick 11 gauge steel, finished in a durable black textured powdercoated finish, the bumpers resist corrosion and will look great for years. Plus, WARN Ascent Bumpers are easy to install with pre-drilled holes and cutouts. Additionally, Ascent bumpers will not interfere with the vehicle’s safety sensors and systems. 

About Warn Industries Warn Industries is the world’s most recognized brand in off-road products such as hub locks and vehicle recovery winches. The company designs, manufactures and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive and powersport vehicles. Warn Industries has employees in and around Portland, OR, Livonia, MI, and the Netherlands. 







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