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Has anyone tried this bull bar?

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I would not install the lights so I am wondering if the bar will block the front parking sensors on my 2006.

They are inexpensive and probably won't last more than a few years but for $139 it seems to make a bit of sense for bumper protection in the mean parking lots.

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I am looking for ways to attach driving lamps without damaging (making holes in) the front bumper so this could be the answer...

What's the web address?
 

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I have the full wraparound brush bar/protection bar (not metal) and if you just want the bull bar, I'd vote for you to get the official LR A-frame protection kit. I think it looks a bit nicer, allows for the parking sensors to be used and also holds the driving lights if needed. Good luck.
 

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RRDave said:
Gazellio said:
I am looking for ways to attach driving lamps without damaging (making holes in) the front bumper so this could be the answer...

What's the web address?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/05-10-09 ... ccessories

It's also there in stainless for $199.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/05-10-09 ... ccessories

Our Rover is black so I am thinking black works better.

Again, has anyone tried this?
THis one is smaller than the one on the pic at the top...
 
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mcm said:
I have the full wraparound brush bar/protection bar (not metal) and if you just want the bull bar, I'd vote for you to get the official LR A-frame protection kit. I think it looks a bit nicer, allows for the parking sensors to be used and also holds the driving lights if needed. Good luck.
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I'd be concerned how this could interfere with the air bag system. The benefit with the LR version is it's tested with the SRS and doesnt mess with the parking sensors (or air flow to rad)
 

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For that matter, does anyone have a picture of the Range Rover A frame? I have just seen the full size brush bars.
 

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i gore said:
to be honest i thought it was illegal in the uk for metal bull bars / A bars. im sure only plastic / rubber ones are allowed now days??? :think: :think:
It's illegal to manufacture in the UK, but as the better ones are generally made in Australia, that may be a prefered source. I've priced up Defender winch bumpers + bars and that equates to around £800 + a 12 week wait for the boat.

Land Rover still have the rubber coated safety A bars listed. I don't have a number handy right now, but I expect the latest BritPart/BM/Allmakes catalogue has then listed under OEM.

Shout if you want some prices on them.
 
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