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Old October 12th, 2013, 09:00 AM
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Snatch Bars in Stock

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Sorta feel like we cornered the market in snatch bars!

In stock in my shop ready ready to ship out.

$410 plus shipping. These weigh about 75 lbs. I am not 100% but I think they will go ups. Budget about $100 for shipping to be safe. We bill actual shipping charges.

Next weekend we can send some of these up towards NC, middle VA or the NJ/NYC area at a reduced rate with Zac and his load. You will need to coordinate with them but we can put you in touch.

Also available powder coated. We will fully dissemble, blast then powder coat. Reassembly with all stainless hard wear. Three week lead time on those.

Powder coat $650
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Old October 12th, 2013, 09:28 AM
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As an aside....these were for sale at $295 each prior to shipping to the US. All those sold, paid and un paid, are still at that price.

We got killed in shipping inside the UK as these had to go through a middle man due to them being a MoD part. I could not purchase direct as I had been told.

We will stand by our earlier price to those we committed to but the rest simply cost more.
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Old October 12th, 2013, 09:49 AM
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Have you tested them to see if they will really withstand a molotov cocktail?
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Old October 12th, 2013, 06:01 PM
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David- I might get one or two along with the tub- will let you know end of the week.
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Old October 12th, 2013, 09:13 PM
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I will take one. I will pick it up when I get my Sankey.
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Old October 12th, 2013, 09:42 PM
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Have you tested them to see if they will really withstand a molotov cocktail?
No but they will withstand CBP inspection
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Old November 24th, 2013, 06:31 PM
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I got my Snatch brush guard this weekend. I like the look of them on a truck. They are nice. Not very many left on the shelf.
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I got my Snatch brush guard this weekend. I like the look of them on a truck. They are nice. Not very many left on the shelf.
I really like those too. Are they easy to fit to the stock Tithonus bumper? Any modifying needed?
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Old November 25th, 2013, 06:38 AM
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Just drill some holes in the bumper. Easy.
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I really like those too. Are they easy to fit to the stock Tithonus bumper? Any modifying needed?
Easiest mod you will ever due to a truck! That is, if you can drill a hole and tighten a bolt. You know what they say when you assume
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I got my Snatch brush guard this weekend. I like the look of them on a truck. They are nice. Not very many left on the shelf.
Man I really like the looks of that! I may have to get another truck just so I can have a place to put one.
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Old November 25th, 2013, 10:06 AM
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Jeff they sit strait. I have already put the rockware on but when I get home I will measure it for you. If I hadn't spent all that money on the rockware I would definitely would have this on my truck. Who knows it might end up on it anyways. What's your vote? Keep in mind in the picture my wife is just holding it in place.
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IMO the snatch looks better, but isnt as strong as a RW. To go that route, Id probably have Ike make up a strong stock looking bumper and then run the snatch, but Id probably also end uo addint some outer legs to it to make it stronger.

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Stock front bumpers are the achilles heal of the defender. That said, I had wondered what the two center bars add but when I see it on the military bumper its clear they are to add rigidity to the front recovery point in the center of the bumper. It would be pretty easy to pull that bumper in a V otherwise.

Neat bit of kit, hats off to David for tracking them down and bringing them over.
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Stock front bumpers are the achilles heal of the defender. That said, I had wondered what the two center bars add but when I see it on the military bumper its clear they are to add rigidity to the front recovery point in the center of the bumper. It would be pretty easy to pull that bumper in a V otherwise.

Neat bit of kit, hats off to David for tracking them down and bringing them over.
They are mostly there to reinforce the spare tire mount that goes on the front of the bar methinks.
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Thanks for the nice comments. As much as I want to lay claim to finding these another forum member pointed me in the right direction.

As with so many things here this was a group effort
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Raub, can you get a profile shot? I'm curious as to the clearances and how much angle there is to them.

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Thanks for the nice comments. As much as I want to lay claim to finding these another forum member pointed me in the right direction. As with so many things here this was a group effort
Less a spare more there to add protection to the engine I suspect. Even though that was protected by armor as well.
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Zero angle. They fit at 90' to the existing bumper
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