The Jeep had the off-road front and rear bumpers, as well as the front skidplate (which replaces the plastic piece), and a Warn 9500 XP winch. The bumpers and skids are 1/8-inch formed- and welded-steel, and we were worried about mangling them off-road. With some attention to approach angles, the front bumper never hit. Since the rear bumper has a very similar profile to the stock bumper we'd be sure to hit it coming off of obstacles, but apparently another 2 inches of clearance at the corners is enough. We tagged the muffler and tailpipe on more than one occasion, but not the corners of the bumper.