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    Finished up and fitted my new bar yesterday so thought I would through some picks
    The starting point, the bar is designed to bolt directly to the Nissan factory pto winch basket using existing factory caged nuts
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    Starting to think about my rear bar and have a few questions. In our 10yr plan we intend to come over to Australia with the Safari and spend 6 months driving around.
    What I am looking for advice on is do I need to have the ability to carry two spare tyres or is one sufficient.

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    Hey mate, one is normally okay but you never know... people doing a lot of outback touring will take 2.
    The rear bar I have has the ability to carry 2 spares but at the moment I am just using the spare bolted to the door still. One day down the track I will buy the swing out wheel carriers.

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    great bar work mate. you could make room for 2 spares and a Jerry can holder.

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    Protecting my Y60 Safari's body

    Chuck a spare tyre rubber only touring up top light maybe mate and some tubes in the back next to ‘tyre pliers’ for slow relaxed enjoy the views
    EDIT: Steel rims only....tyre pliers will potentially fark poofy rims :-)

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    Last edited by MB; 7th August 2019 at 08:48 PM.

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