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  • AFN - Prado 150 Facelift

    Hi Guys,

    Wolf 4x4 have recently been appointed as the Australian distributor for AFN 4x4 Accessories from Portugal.

    For the Prado 150 Facelift we have a great range available.

    Type III Bullbar


    Rear Wheel Carrier


    Steel Side Steps


    Roof Rack


    Full underbody protection in Steel or Alluminium


    These bars are currently undergoing ADR compliance and Airbag testing.
    [b]Wolf 4x4 Pty Ltd[/b]
    [b]Ph:[/b] 07 3103 9125
    [b]Email:[/b] [email][email protected][/email]
    [b]Web:[/b] [url]http://www.wolf4x4.com.au[/url]
    [b]FB:[/b] [url]http://www.facebook.com/wolf4x4[/url]

  • #2
    I like the bar. Total bumper replacement looks great.
    2014 GXL TD GXL

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    • #3
      How much are the roof racks ?

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      • #4
        Hi,
        Do you have a price list and post to Victoria

        I need side steps ASAP

        Thank Mark
        [COLOR="#FF0000"][COLOR="#0000CD"][FONT=Arial Black][B]Mark

        2014 GX Prado
        White , diesel, Auto, [/B][/FONT][/COLOR][/COLOR]
        Tow bar, tinted windows

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Esquire View Post
          I like the bar. Total bumper replacement looks great.
          We like it too! No obstruction of the DRL's

          Originally posted by wifecallsmegrumpy View Post
          How much are the roof racks ?
          $1100

          Originally posted by Ex Niss View Post
          Hi,
          Do you have a price list and post to Victoria

          I need side steps ASAP

          Thank Mark
          Steps are $1019 and are strong enough to support being used as a jacking point.
          Unfortunately we have no AFN stock in the country yet, and probably wont for about 12 weeks until our first container arrives.

          We don't have a public retail price list ready yet, as we have a completely new website currently being built. Everything will be available there
          [b]Wolf 4x4 Pty Ltd[/b]
          [b]Ph:[/b] 07 3103 9125
          [b]Email:[/b] [email][email protected][/email]
          [b]Web:[/b] [url]http://www.wolf4x4.com.au[/url]
          [b]FB:[/b] [url]http://www.facebook.com/wolf4x4[/url]

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          • #6
            Thank you
            Mark
            [COLOR="#FF0000"][COLOR="#0000CD"][FONT=Arial Black][B]Mark

            2014 GX Prado
            White , diesel, Auto, [/B][/FONT][/COLOR][/COLOR]
            Tow bar, tinted windows

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            • #7
              Would like to know prices for bullbar and under body protection and can the car be serviced easily?
              [CENTER][B]-=2014 GXL D4D Auto Graphite, Firestone Airbags, ARB/Optima D34 Dual Battery, ARB UVP, TJM Airtech Snorkel[/B][B]=-[/B]
              [/CENTER]

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              • #8
                Wolf do they do 150 SX/ZR accessories?

                SOL
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                • #9
                  And access to the traditional 'roadsafe' recovery points lots on PP use. It looks like it has some kind of points on each side. Also keen to know how it would perform on rough corrugated roads as it seems to sit very close to headlights and panels. I do like the look of it though and the colour.
                  2014 GXL TD GXL

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Symo View Post
                    Would like to know prices for bullbar and under body protection and can the car be serviced easily?
                    +1
                    Also what is the bullbar made of?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Symo View Post
                      Would like to know prices for bullbar and under body protection and can the car be serviced easily?
                      Bullbar - $2150
                      Gearbox Skid Plate - Alloy - $787
                      Transfer Case Skid Plate - Alloy - $739
                      Front Diff Protecter - Alloy - $875
                      Steering Protection Plate - Alloy $881

                      AFN design all their protection plates to have service access where possible. Some vehicles do, some don't. For the Prado specifically, I have asked the question, will update once I've had a response.

                      Originally posted by SOL View Post
                      Wolf do they do 150 SX/ZR accessories?

                      SOL
                      Yes, everything they do for the 5 door, they do for the 3 door.

                      Originally posted by Australian View Post
                      +1
                      Also what is the bullbar made of?
                      Mild Steel
                      Thickness varies between 3-6mm for different areas of the bar.

                      Originally posted by Esquire View Post
                      And access to the traditional 'roadsafe' recovery points lots on PP use. It looks like it has some kind of points on each side. Also keen to know how it would perform on rough corrugated roads as it seems to sit very close to headlights and panels. I do like the look of it though and the colour.
                      The bar has its own recovery points, and you still have complete access to the factory towing points.
                      Regarding the gap (lack thereof), I've asked AFN about it, and they say it's been tested and is not an issue.
                      Last edited by Wolf 4x4; 07-05-2015, 09:00 AM.
                      [b]Wolf 4x4 Pty Ltd[/b]
                      [b]Ph:[/b] 07 3103 9125
                      [b]Email:[/b] [email][email protected][/email]
                      [b]Web:[/b] [url]http://www.wolf4x4.com.au[/url]
                      [b]FB:[/b] [url]http://www.facebook.com/wolf4x4[/url]

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                      • #12
                        Bullbar - $2150

                        We are in ARB and TJM price territory for an unproven bar. I think I'll be waiting and watching.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Australian View Post
                          Bullbar - $2150

                          We are in ARB and TJM price territory for an unproven bar. I think I'll be waiting and watching.
                          We are aware its up there with ARB in price, but its up there for a reason

                          As you're in Brisbane too, when our 150 demo is kitted out (which will look almost identical to AFN's demo) you'd be more than welcome to come have a look at it
                          [b]Wolf 4x4 Pty Ltd[/b]
                          [b]Ph:[/b] 07 3103 9125
                          [b]Email:[/b] [email][email protected][/email]
                          [b]Web:[/b] [url]http://www.wolf4x4.com.au[/url]
                          [b]FB:[/b] [url]http://www.facebook.com/wolf4x4[/url]

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Wolf 4x4 View Post
                            We are aware its up there with ARB in price, but its up there for a reason

                            As you're in Brisbane too, when our 150 demo is kitted out (which will look almost identical to AFN's demo) you'd be more than welcome to come have a look at it
                            Well, don't be shy - this is your opportunity to spruik the product. What are the good reasons for an imported bar to be priced like the Aussie made ARB with it's excellent reputation? I'm not trying to be a smarta$$ - I think the AFN 150 facelift bar looks awesome. But I'll need more than just that to put down the same $$$ as an ARB bar. I can't even find any independent reviews online. If it was priced a few hundred cheaper I'm sure people would look really seriously at it. And yes, when your demo is available, let me know - I'm up for a squizz for sure.
                            Last edited by Australian; 12-06-2014, 09:11 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Me like the 150 facelift bar alot, but it has to come in the price of 2200-2400 installed if it's going to be a competitor to ARB
                              I'll call you tomorrow and get more info about it
                              Are they made in Portugal?

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