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    Wombat bar.

    Are they interchangeable between D2 and D1?
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    umm, I know we don't need a wombat bar down here, but what is it and where does it go? Is it the bar that helps support the bottom of the front bumper?

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    That's the one. The dimension of the D2 is larger in diameter and I believe thinner in the wall, but I don't know if the mounting is common.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James NZ View Post
    umm, I know we don't need a wombat bar down here, but what is it and where does it go? Is it the bar that helps support the bottom of the front bumper?

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    Hi James NZ - yes definitely needed as it is a steering guard which prevents taking out the steering when you hit a large animal at high speed. Perhaps should be called a Sheep Bar in NZ......

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    Mouse bar!

    'cos it is destroyed by an animal larger than a mouse.
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    The D1 bar is more robust.
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    I fitted a steering guard. A good investment, looking at the gouges in it.
    D2a Td5 Manual, Chawton White. aka "Daisy"
    Build date 11th Oct 2002
    Freelander 2 2011, manual, the daughter calls it Perri
    Before I had a Land Rover I did not have any torque wrenches. Now I have three.

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