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  • #16
    Adrian, he's all out already checked but thanks.

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    • #17
      Good Day Gents!

      Warm greetings from South Africa! yip... we got internet still! ;-)

      I'm looking for a sovereign bullbar in good condition. There are none in South Africa...

      Is anyone willing to arrange it from yourside and I will cover costs and little more for your help?

      Cheers,
      Pete

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      • #18
        Really. Why bother. They are buggers to clean and they do and WILL shake to pieces and break various brackets on corrugations. Go with what you can get in the way of steel bars in SA where all of the major Aussie brands are sold.

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        • #19
          Hi Guys
          Asked for a quote from the local Toyota dealer to replace the Sterling Bullbar Brackets on my 2004 Prado VX.
          They quoted $300 for the Kit, and $700 for the labour. Assuming $100 per hour, that's 7 hours labour (3.5 hours for two perhaps). Wiring the lights might take a bit of extra time, but seems excessive for a kitted out workshop.
          Can anyone provide a comparison?

          Thanks EddieF. "Oh what a feeling"

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          • #20
            It takes a couple of hours at most TBH but on the money with the brakets

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            • #21
              Thanks for the feedback.
              I think I'll get some additional quotes (perhaps even a body shop may do ). If not I may consider having a go myself.
              I read there are two bracket kits, a recall version and a post recall version. Would love to know the difference so I don't bugger up and get the wrong kit.

              Thanks EddieF

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              • #22
                Got my second quote from another Toyota service centre. Labour $670 ($30 cheaper). Toyota are certainly consistent. I'm wondering if the quotes go on a central data base for all branches to see.
                Anyone able to confirm this. Or am I just overly suspicious?

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                • #23
                  currently reinstalling my factory fitted bullbar and cant remember where this foam spacer goes can anyone assist??

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                  • #24
                    currently reinstalling my factory fitted bullbar and cant remember where this foam spacer goes can anyone assist??

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                    • #25
                      The Bin. Looks like the stiffener from the original bumper. Not needed for bullbar

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                      • #26
                        HI all. I bought a alloy bullbar second hand for my Prado 120, I realised that the fitting parts are missing, the chassis pin and a set of brackets, does anyone know where I could get those parts?

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                        • #27
                          HI all. I bought a alloy bullbar second hand for my Prado 120, I realised that the fitting parts are missing, the chassis pin and a set of brackets, does anyone know where I could get those parts?

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