Brand: Ranch Hand
Style: Ranch Hand Midnight Front Bumper
Vehicle Fit: 2016-2023 Toyota Tacoma
Finish: Black Powder Coating
Net Weight: 167 lbs
Gross Weight: 242 lbs
Dimensions (LxWxH): 87 x 36 x 42 inches
Retains Front Parking Sensors: Yes
Accommodates Camera - Adaptive Cruise Control: No
Retains Factory Receiver: No
Retains Factory Tow Hooks: Yes
Retains Factory Fog Lights: Yes
Ranch Hand MFT16MBM1 Midnight Front Bumper
- 7-gauge sheet metal structure
- 1/4" Steel mounting brackets
- 12-gauge steel inserts
- 12-gauge tubing on grille guard models only
- Removable inserts to accommodate OEM camera feature
- Pre-drilled sensor holes incorporated into inserts
- Center insert slot can accommodate a 32” light bar with non-sensor equipped vehicles and a 26” light bar for sensor-equipped vehicles
- Out of the box, midnight will be able to accommodate OEM fog lights or two 2x2 led pods per side
- 1-year warranty.
- Mounting Kit and Instructions included
- Made in the USA, Texas
Ranch Hand bumpers are well-packaged and come with comprehensive installation instructions and mounting kits. Due to their weight, these bumpers are shipped via LTL freight to make sure they arrive safely. You're right, these bumpers can be pretty heavy, so you might want to grab a couple of cold beers and invite a buddy over to give you a hand. That way, you can avoid any damage to your truck or the bumper. But don't worry, all bumpers include a no-drill bolt-on mounting kit, which makes the installation process a piece of cake. So, go ahead and enjoy customizing your truck with confidence!
Ranch Hand Limited Warranty
Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act is a U.S. law from 1975 that protects truck owners like you! It ensures that vehicle manufacturers can't deny warranty coverage just because you've added aftermarket parts. With this law, you can confidently customize your truck without losing your warranty.
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I created a video showing the Midnight bumper install on YouTube, it only took 13 months to arrive. Ranch Hand is growing so quick it's tough to keep pace with quality vs demand, the finish on this Midnight series seems alright, it's not the same as the hard tack shiny finish on the other series bumpers. All hardware was included, packing and shipment was top grade. It arrived without any issues but the freight carrier didn't contact me, just showed up one day, lucky I was home. The instructions...lord they need review on Ranch Hand's part, whole items are missing, and there are few if any pictures which is why I made the video to help others. There are too many useless parts on these Tacoma's that need to be removed to install this bumper, for the price you pay, it would be nice to have better instructions. In the end just take your time and you'll figure it out if you have any manner of mechanical sense. The bumper went on without issue though and looks great, is very solid. You will need some extra pop rivets for the reassembly of body panels which are not included. Experience dealing with bumperstock was mediocre at best. They rarely answer their phones and even rarer respond via email. I ended up calling Ranch Hand directly who told me Bumperstock is not one of their direct distributors though the one time I spoke with a gentleman at bumperstock for an update, he said they in fact are. There's no mention of them on Ranch Hand's dealer look up....for a while they stopped even listing these bumpers for sale due to the shortage. I'm just glad the thing came in and the process is over, they're the best in the bumper business which is no wonder so many people want their bumpers. It'll be educational to see how Ranch Hand meets this challenge while keeping quality up over time. Some of the welds on this bumper are simply inch long spot welds, not fully seam welded. I'm no welder by trade, but I think it goes towards the overall quality and appearance of the product. It would be great if they made a rear bumper with good sized corner steps like Chevy has OEM, not sure why Toyota hasn't built that one in yet.
thanks for such a detailed review! We believe that your experience will be very useful for other truck owners.