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Changing thread title to 'Commander Bullbar' as I have been guessing since 2008.....giving up now Can someone just tell me

Any issues please PM me. with a more descriptive title any new to the forum Commander owners can readily identify what the thread is about
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I thought I had already posted this, but can't seem to find the post, I am definitely keen for one of the above alloy front bars with winch and carrier. How many interested parties do you have so far?
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well bushtracker you are totally right about roos and commanders hit one 6 footer front right hand side 6000 dollars damage completly missed the nuge bar which is all you can get over here in the west.
I think that bar looks just fine afer living here in tom price for 31 years i know the importance of bull bars not kmart rooo bars lol.

I am thinking of trying to fit cooper stt 245 70r 17 tyres to my jc and was told here in tom price they wont fit but a guy at tyre power in karratha seems to think they will so im going over on wednesday to try and fit them as my st's have not had a great run lately.

Does any one know of any place in western australia who makes jeep commander bull bars as queensland is a bit far to go get a bull bar????
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I thought I had already posted this, but can't seem to find the post, I am definitely keen for one of the above alloy front bars with winch and carrier. How many interested parties do you have so far?
Hi Fud, I only had one other person show interest and the guys in the USA don't like the price because of the exchange rate plus shipping so that really doesn't make it viable to set up to make a production alloy bar. I really need 5 to kick it off so unless we get 5 Commander owners and a cash deposit unfortunately it's a no go.
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Hi, I'm looking for something for Roo protection, well a bit more protection than nothing at all. I have jsut moved out west and boy am I getting good at playing dogemroos.
Any suggestions anyone - Commander
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well said bandicoot
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I slid sideways into a tree last weekend when out 4wding, my bull bar flexed and bounced back into position and only had a very small set of surface scratches but where the tree hit the side of the guard and bonnet it was a mess. It just proved the heavy duty fibreglass bull bar works well the next test will be a Roo or Emu not a Bull thanks.
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