Law Enforcement

Ford Police Interceptor Road Defender 5000 Push Bumper

Go Rhino!

July 27, 2012 - Products

Go Rhino! offers its Road Defender 5000 push bumper for the new Ford Police Interceptor. This push bumper features fully welded one-piece construction, a cross plate that’s pre-drilled for easy mounting of auxiliary lighting or additional equipment, and a number of optional wraparounds. The push bumper installs in 45 minutes, according to the company, and its bolt-on mounting brackets use existing holes in the vehicle as attachment points. Technicians don’t have to cut or notch the bumper fascia to install this piece. Go Rhino! added that this vehicle has a heavy-duty design for pit maneuvers and that it won’t interfere with the sedan’s SRS airbag system.

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