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ARB Deluxe Front Bumper Bull Bars Part #3432120 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Robert A (Media, PA) Reviewed for a 2003 Land Rover Discovery — Jul 03, 2015 4:41 AM
The ABR Deluxe Bull Bar is great but came with horrible instructions and missing mounting hardware . Customer Service did overnight the the missing hardware. I would have given 5 stars if box wasn't opened when arrived and parts were not missing
Reviewed by Michael F (Roeland Park, KS) Reviewed for a 2003 Land Rover Discovery — Jan 04, 2012 8:20 PM
First of all, very impressed with AutoAnything.com. Cheapest price ANYWHERE and free shipping on the ARB winch bumper for my 2003 Land Rover Discovery. The bumper was packaged and shipped extremely well and arrived with no issues. Couldn't be more pleased with AutoAnything.com. As for the bumper itself, it is fantastic. Looks amazing! High quality and included everything you need to attach perfectly. Bumper was a bit more complex to hook up than I anticipated. However, that's because of the Land Rover. Would be more simple for a Toyota, Jeep, etc. I had a local body shop install the bumper. It took 6 hours to install. However, this kit is so complete that it had hook ups for the OEM fog lights and the OEM headlight spayers. Not to mention the additional parking lights. Couldn't be happier about the purchase.
Reviewed by Artur C (Annapolis, MD) Reviewed for a 2003 Land Rover Discovery — Feb 06, 2011 7:56 AM
Excellent product, well documented installation, free shipping. Winch used: WARN M8000 With proper planning can be installed by one person (not wimp) no lift required. Drilling can be done with battery power drills (19.2V and better), with lots of lube and 2+ holes per charge (pinned holes through frame twice and bracket ones per hole). Final bumper alignment easily done with floor jack, to avoid scratches use wood for shimming. Extra weight, requires heavy duty suspension springs. Expect ~1" drop with Old Man Emu (OME) medium springs. During main brackets installation and before drilling pin holes, I spent some time aligning and maintain 809mm spacing, once I was happy with setup, I was thrown away by misalignment with square hole from plastic shield. Drilling offset from such hole with handheld drill is impractical, so I lose everything again and open-up square hole with 10mm drill bit, insert 10mm dowel pin and align everything again with pin in-place. It is amazing how quick it can be done this way. Pros: - Color coding for indicator lamps wiring harness follows Land Rover color coding. - Excellent finish and top notch welding job - Plenty room to mount HID ballasts Cons: - Do not over tight ARB's indicator lamps housing, it can break quite easy but you won't be able to find replacement anywhere in US. - Wiring for ARB's indicator lamps is omitted in documentation, but very simple and can be done properly with quality crimps and heat gun. - Plastic trimming requires lots of guessing and trial-error - Windshield water bottle end-up completely exposed to elements - Without additional skid plates winch is exposed to elements