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  • Anyone know where to get this awesome bullbar?

    I spotted this on the highest city of Australia , went there last week to attend a mate's graduation.



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    Driving through the foggy night with OEM light was so scary
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    • #3
      Weird, Attach then Click image for larger version

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      • #4
        Working here. Looks like a Tuff bar to me. Hideous things, would weigh a ton.

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        • #5
          Tuff bullbars at Toowoomba Qld a couple of hours west of Brisbane.
          http://www.tuffbullbars.com.au/

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          • #6
            V[QUOTE=vantheshark;545019]I spotted this on the highest city of Australia

            Didn't know Nimbin had city status

            There's one of those bars down the road from me. Horrible looking thing in my opinion.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Hogey66 View Post

              Didn't know Nimbin had city status

              There's one of those bars down the road from me. Horrible looking thing in my opinion.
              It is Armidale NSW where the UNE (uni) is. Quite a lot of bulls along the country road though so I think it might be worth to invest in such bullbar, high chance to kiss the bull

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              • #8
                One of our customers has one on his BT50 ,Ugly as hate to see what would happen if he hit a roo and would insurance cover it?
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by vantheshark View Post
                  It is Armidale NSW where the UNE (uni) is. Quite a lot of bulls along the country road though so I think it might be worth to invest in such bullbar, high chance to kiss the bull
                  If you hit a bull at any sort of speed nothing, including this bar, is going to prevent MAJOR damage. Even steel will yield and damage bodywork. The bar itself will suddenly become very expensive scrap ali.
                  I love driving at night and pull an allnighter at least once per trip (It helps if you cannot sleep in any moving conveyance)
                  In 16yrs of driving up and back to Darwin from QLD a couple of times a year, my advice is to get the very best lights you can, preferably a combination of LED flood and HID spot, and travel at 90-95kmh to allow time to see and avoid. The only emergency avoiding action I have ever had to take was near Pine Creek at about 10pm one night when a drunk person of a complexion not easily seen in the darkness decided that instead of just staggering along the shoulder, she would pivot 90degrees in an instant and run across the hwy about 60m ahead. If not for the fact that my lighting picked her up up early, she would have been part of the Prado.

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                  • #10
                    Looks like something out of a Mad Max movie.

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                    • #11
                      Be aware there is currently a moratorium on these type of bars which do not comply with the QCOP. If you are seriously contemplating one (hopefully not). Clarify the course of action with the supplier when the moratorium ends.
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                      • #12
                        Suggest you read this: http://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov....tolerances.pdf

                        The two year exemption is about to end and a few of these types of bullbars will soon become illegal
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                        • #13
                          The reason for that bar is to disguise the car behind it. I mean who would be caught in that?
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