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    This is the bumper I had on the 90. Looks axactly like the terrafirma but it has 2 hi-lift points on each side and massively strong recovery point left and right.

    From G4outdoor Accessories. http://g4outdoor.co.za/index.php

    They fit it at your home/work place.

    Here is a better pic:

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    If my 90 works out, I'm getting a guy to make me one of these in black:

    Non Winch

    Already been quoted R 3 k if anyone else keen let me know and we can do a group order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew5336 View Post
    If my 90 works out, I'm getting a guy to make me one of these in black:

    Already been quoted R 3 k if anyone else keen let me know and we can do a group order.
    Looks good, But then I still sit without recovery points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crips View Post
    with a defender you can't drive fast enough to strike a animal! ;d
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    Quote Originally Posted by Regard View Post


    This is the bumper I had on the 90. Looks axactly like the terrafirma but it has 2 hi-lift points on each side and massively strong recovery point left and right.

    From G4outdoor Accessories. http://g4outdoor.co.za/index.php

    They fit it at your home/work place.

    Here is a better pic:

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    This is exactly what the Terrafirma has - 4 high lift jack points and two recovery points !!!

    This is the bumper I had on the 90. Looks axactly like the terrafirma but it has 2 hi-lift points on each side and massively strong recovery point left and right.
    The Terrafirma is available in 4 variations - for models with or without AC and with or without the "A" bar

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    Quote Originally Posted by juanjcbs View Post
    Looks good, But then I still sit without recovery points.
    Going to investigate something that will fit into the chassis legs where those little rectangular inserts go.

    Besides, you only need recovery points on the back of a Defender to pull other out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew5336 View Post
    Going to investigate something that will fit into the chassis legs where those little rectangular inserts go.

    Besides, you only need recovery points on the back of a Defender to pull other out!
    Point Taken.
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    Pipe bumpers are the shizniz! Like that a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvandyk View Post
    Thats insane! The ARB doesnt even look nice
    Hey steady on now

    I dont really like the terrafirma one as there is no protection so i find it a bit pointless.

    R9k for a second hand ARB ....wow! Here is my landy (old picture about a week after I bought it)........I can tell you it is as tough as they get.
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    As for the so called over hang......here is the ARB from the side.Sorry best picture i could find. I dont think its any more then something like Bens for example.
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    Let me try again.....here is the picture (i hope)

    If anyone wants a better picture let me know and I will go and take one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceT View Post
    Let me try again.....here is the picture (i hope)

    If anyone wants a better picture let me know and I will go and take one.
    Standard compared to Terrafirma
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    Terrafirma is definitely less but the ARB I would say is very close to the standard one....maybe slightly further forward.....i dunno. Would be nice to park all 3 next to each other

    The Terrafirma doesnt look as strong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceT View Post
    As for the so called over hang......here is the ARB from the side.Sorry best picture i could find. I dont think its any more then something like Bens for example.
    I measured my bullbar (standard LR) against an ARB and the difference in approach angle was 10 deg (ARB worse off) which is massive. Then again, mine has no space to install a winch, so a loss in approach angle was expected, I just didn't think it would be that much.

    Must say I'm in two minds about the Terrafirma B-Bar. They do look quite cool, but no option to install branch deflectors.

    I also feel naked when driving my baby and the bullbar isn't visible from the cab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terratiger View Post
    I measured my bullbar (standard LR) against an ARB and the difference in approach angle was 10 deg (ARB worse off) which is massive. Then again, mine has no space to install a winch, so a loss in approach angle was expected, I just didn't think it would be that much.
    Wow that is a lot.....and with the winch fitted what would it be?

    I mainly use my vehicle for overlanding so hardly ever need a massive approach angle..........i do remember the standard tow bar touching a few times though (until I changed that)
    My ARB has been in two accidents. One this week with a car that turned in front of me.....he kept driving so the whole left side of his vehicle was smashed in and i dont believe can be repaired without replacing.....this is the damage to the ARB....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crips View Post
    Hi Guys

    So my standard bumper got bent pretty bad...

    What replacement bumper do you have or like?

    African Outback\Big Country has this one, what else is out there?

    I don't want a big thing that will bend the first time I use it off-road again
    Crips I got on of these on now, Big Country very tuff and looks damn nice on the defender.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceT View Post
    Wow that is a lot.....and with the winch fitted what would it be?

    I mainly use my vehicle for overlanding so hardly ever need a massive approach angle..........i do remember the standard tow bar touching a few times though (until I changed that)
    My ARB has been in two accidents. One this week with a car that turned in front of me.....he kept driving so the whole left side of his vehicle was smashed in and i dont believe can be repaired without replacing.....this is the damage to the ARB....
    So your ARB has paid for itself twice!

    Any pics of your opponent?

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    If I look at the bar on your truck Reynard, then the ARB looks to have a better angle...perhaps just optical illusion though

    If I did not have a winch fitted then I would save up to buy that non-winch ARB of your friend...
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