The rear bumper is made from the same material as the front and features the same tow-ring holes--and the receiver hitch from the frame pokes through it. The gaps left in the quarter-panels by the removal of the big plastic rear bumper were filled with custom-shaped 1/4-inch plates. These panels are stout enough to support the weight of the rig with the Hi-Lift Jack. Like the front approach angle, the departure angle has been greatly enhanced as well. Note how we tucked the exhaust up high and ran the tip out through the right quarter-panel.