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Fitting of alloy nudge bar through/under hsv fiberglass front bumper

Discussion in 'VR - VS Holden Commodore (1993 - 1997)' started by 6L SSV Writeoff, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. 6L SSV Writeoff

    6L SSV Writeoff Airbags work really well!

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    Just wondering if anyone has fitted an alloy nudge bar to the front of a vs ute with a non standard hsv type front bumper and if so how did they fit it with clearance issues underneath and smaller gap than standard bumper in front?
     
  2. Gus The Snail

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    I had a clubby front bar on my ute ( fibreglass ) , with the intention of fitting a nudgebar.. the mounts were already on , but hidden well behind the bar , so off it came and i went back to the stock bar for the nudge bar to fit. Im now looking for the SS front lip..

    So no.. i didnt do it as there was too much cutting to be done , and i dont think at the end of the day it wouldve worked
     
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    Cheers mate...I thought that might be the case. Do you know if a sedan front bar will fit onto the ute or do you have to find a ute specific front end?
     
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    no , all front panels from sedan wagon and ute interchange. The utes and wagons are 100mm ( roughly ) longer than their sedan counterparts
     

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