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Transform the appearance of your Ram 2500/3500 truck with our all-new X3 Series Full-Width Front HD Bumper by Torxe. That is a heavy-gauge steel construction aimed to refresh the exterior look of your pickup and provide it with the secure, all-around protection. The bumper mounts directly to your truck’s OE mounting locations and offers maximum coverage of the fragile front-end components.

To ensure excellent protection from damage and corrosion, Torxe has covered each new HD Bumper with the durable textured black powder coat finish. Plus, the X3 Series bumper features a vehicle-specific bolt-on design which allows you to mount it at the same locations as your OE bumper. Thus, the installation is usually a very simple process.

Torxe - X3 Series Full Width Black Front HD Bumper

Fits: 2010-2018 Dodge Ram 2500/3500


Center Mount: 30" Light Bar
Side Mounts: 3" Cube Lights
Lights sold separately
Hoop and skid plate sold separately


  • Bumper Type: Heavy Duty
  • Width: Full
  • Guard Included: No
  • D-Rings Mounts: No
  • Hitch Mount Ability: No
  • Available Lights: 30" LED Light Bar and (2) 3" Cube LED Lights
  • Available Winches: No
  • Material: Heavy Duty Steel
  • Finish: Black Powder Coat


  • Rugged, angular design gives your truck an off-road ready look
  • Provides greater protection than fragile OE bumper
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction for strength and durability
  • Damage and corrosion resistant textured black powder coat finish
  • Bumper corners angle upward for approach angle clearance
  • Rectangular center opening for LED light bar fitment
  • Corner pockets for LED pod light fitment
  • LED lights sold separately
  • Installs at factory bumper mounting points, no drilling required
  • Vehicle specific design ensures easy bolt-on installation

Follow this link to read more about the new Front HD Bumper by Torxe.​
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