In the bush, bull bars are need mainly due to the Kangaroos who tend to startle easily when headlights hit them. The grey ones get up to 6 foot tall, and the red Roos to over 8 foot. They're solid buggers, and can kick you to death if you hit one and it goes through your windscreen - hence the bull bars! We make sure we take the down the first time.
thats ****ing awesome,
their made for killing.
i would also like to know the price to ship one to the U.S.
jim we need to get togther on one of those bull bars and find out what it would cost to ship one over here.
Yeah I'm happy to help, probs cheaper if we had a bunch of you blokes all buy together, get them ship to somewhere central, then distribute from there.
Obviously "trust" is a factor, but maybe using paypal or some other method (maybe pay the supplier direct) is a way to do the financial side. California is probably the most logical shipping port, but the rest would have to be up to you guys.
In the mean time, I'll see if I can find a supplier who exports to the US.
I just don't see how a giant add-on bumper like that is good taste when "tasteful" is typically described as a subtle modification that pleases many people.
Your now implying that I said I had good taste.
"Pleases many people" is also very subjective.
Our trucks will not please many people in down town san fransico, conversely a toyota Prius would be laughed out of town in some rural community's.
It looks like a dent that was lost in a garage fire 7/6/14
Old Reliable is a 1978 F-150 Ranger/Explorer with 302 V8 and auto trans. The ulimate goal for her is to return her to stock condition, she is mostly there as teh PO left her alone. She mostly needs paint and a few minor things.
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