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  1. #11
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    I too am running a Defender brush guard, fwiw.
    1973 Series III 88. "PHYDXO"

  2. #12
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    We just got a Camel Trophy bar returned to us with some slightly damaged areas. It will be put in clearance at a discount if you're interested. There are a couple of issues with it, here are the photos of the problem areas.

    The price is set at $633.99. It is unused otherwise.
    Zack Griswold
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    http://i.imgur.com/z2wLIw6.jpg - 1995 300Tdi Disco 5 Speed

  3. #13
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    I have a wrap around bar, free to good home. pm if interested.
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    72 SIII 88
    67 SIIA 109
    82 SIII Stage 1 V8
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  4. #14
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    Never liked the plastic coating on brushbars. rust heaven once it gets punctured..
    ---- 1969 Bugeye ----
    ---- 1962 Dormobile ----

  5. #15
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    Once rust is in, there is no cure

  6. #16
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    Wire brush, sand blast, coat with POR15 or Waxoyl and hope for the best
    Zack Griswold
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    http://i.imgur.com/z2wLIw6.jpg - 1995 300Tdi Disco 5 Speed

  7. #17
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    Those would look so much better galvanized anyway...
    '67 109 NADA #413 - rebuilding w/ TDI & galvy chassis.

  8. #18
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    OP: Did you ever find one? I may have one FS in south Fla. soon. Not sure where in the SE you are.
    The Toltec Coffee fleet....
    96 FZJ80: 3XL, lifted, and shaved
    94 FZJ 80: our Costa Rican coffee and surf mobile
    70 Series IIA 88: After 18 months of wrenching, its alive and legal to drive!
    70 Series IIA 88: in US on H-1B visa
    56 Series I 86: a whole new type of rover hell....

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