99-04 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ) Rear Bumper Tire Carrier


(2 customer reviews)

The Flatland 4×4 rear bumper for the WJ is a great replacement for the factory bumper. Improved departure angle, and enhanced protection for the factory sheet metal, are some of the benefits of this bumper. The swing-out tire carrier also adds to the functionality.

The mounting solution for this bumper was built with the factory hitch receiver and gas tank skid plate in mind. Bumper can be installed without removing either accessory completely. Designed to be cut from 3/16″ steel plate.

*Special thanks to “Mark” for assistance with tire carrier measurements.*

Category: SKU: FL012


Estimated Weight:

90-110 lbs

Required Materials (Standard Version):  Required Materials (Hitch Version):
48″ x 48″ steel plate – 3/16″ thickness
3″ x 3″ x 48″ angle iron – 1/4″ thickness
50″ x 48″ steel plate – 3/16″ thickness
3″ x 3″ x 48″ angle iron – 1/4″ thickness
103″ x 2″ x 2″ tubing 3/16″ wall

Suggested Materials:
Additional Gussets and Bracing As Needed
Grade 8 Hardware For Mounting
D-Ring Mounts


Additional information


99-04 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ) – Rear Tire Carrier

2 reviews for 99-04 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ) Rear Bumper Tire Carrier

  1. William Gilllette

    Is this a swing away spare tire holder or is it locked in place

    • Flatland 4×4

      The tire carrier is designed to swing away. A 3rd party latch can be used to secure the tire carrier during travel.

  2. David Rogers (verified owner)

    Plasma cut and taken to a professional Offroad fabricator and he and I were NOT impressed. Instructions don’t specify how it is welded together for instance does Part A weld on top of B or to the side of B. Additionally once we got it all together, the main actual bumper fits around the back hatch perfectly, but the wings of the bumper that wrap around the jeep towards the tire were about 1.5 inches too wide, leaving a massive gap between the body panel and the bumper, failing to hug the body properly. Not very happy with the design at all. Instructions do include the dimensions of each part and label the parts with a unique code name and there is a picture pointing out where all the parts go, but it’s essentially a 3D puzzle where all they give you to work off of is the picture on the front of the box.

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