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Thread: Solo bull bar removal - tips and tricks?

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    That's actually pretty clever. Great job, GQtdauto. haha

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    Took the bar off today and really wasn't as heavy as I imagined it might have been. Reckon I'll heave it back on ok. Maybe.
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    Back on and what a piece of p1ss! Don't know what I was worried about!

    Lift up, plonk on the chassis, push back into place. Err...that's about it!
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    FWIW, the Nissan genuine bar weighs 55kg.
    When you have to shoot, shoot.
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