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Old October 6th, 2014, 02:13 PM
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Any one mounted grab handles ?

Like the title says. What are people using for defender grab handles. Looked around but no luck so far. Seems like something mounted to the foreword pillars and or dash would be good off road. I mounted one to the dash on my series truck, works great for my wife.


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I used a nice rubber covered steel grab handle in my custom LHD dash, matches well to the dash top pad.
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That's pretty cool!
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I used a nice rubber covered steel grab handle in my custom LHD dash, matches well to the dash top pad.
That DOES look cool! What a freakin' durable interior. If you went with those molded abs off-roading seats you would have the ultimate all weather interior. I can't wait to see your transmission get installed!

Edit: Oh snap! You did! I just saw them in the corner of the pic!
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That DOES look cool! What a freakin' durable interior. If you went with those molded abs off-roading seats you would have the ultimate all weather interior. I can't wait to see your transmission get installed! Edit: Oh snap! You did! I just saw them in the corner of the pic!
That's a Qt Services fibre glass 'challenge' seat, I'm swapping that out for a pair of Rugged Ridge 'heep' seats...

http://www.amazon.com/Rugged-Ridge-1.../dp/B004565F7I

using the Qt mount & some custom adaptors I'll make the seats removable.



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