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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoges5 View Post
    I have seen one with the Xroc bar - and the bloke seemed very happy with it on the p38. I am yet to be convinced on the look of it yet.
    The front end looks a little "naked" like motorbike styling!
    I am leaning toward a ARB / MCC one for mine.
    Yeah I agree the Xrox looks a bit bare and doesn't offer a lot of protection

    MCC bar in aluminium is probably the lightest option, but the stainless loops on the steel one do look good
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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTree View Post
    Yeah I agree the Xrox looks a bit bare and doesn't offer a lot of protection

    MCC bar in aluminium is probably the lightest option, but the stainless loops on the steel one do look good
    Don't want to 'name and shame', mods, so pull this if you need to. Had a tree guy at my place recently in a D2. It had no front bar on it. When I asked him about it he told me he had an Xroc bar on it. He got stuck in a bit of mud and tried to winch himself out, and the bar pulled clean off the car, causing quite a bit of damage. This bar was fitted by the supplier here in Vic. He's not very happy.



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