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You can't put a square crossmember on an NAS truck with the Y-pipe which is the issue.
Ron man you know I have mig and stick welders and have both of the round types of cross members handy as well as the square type. Well aware what works with what. Send me a damn picture and I'll hook it up.
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Old December 2nd, 2015, 04:56 PM
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Ron man you know I have mig and stick welders and have both of the round types of cross members handy as well as the square type. Well aware what works with what. Send me a damn picture and I'll hook it up.
Yep- a couple U-shaped ends to fit the round style crossmember...

So, I'm guessing this plow would fit a RRC that already has the square crossmember...hhmmmm??

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Yep- a couple U-shaped ends to fit the round style crossmember...

So, I'm guessing this plow would fit a RRC that already has the square crossmember...hhmmmm??

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it would have to be an early one as the later classics have a design similar to your defender
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I doubt it would fit easily on an RRC.
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Ok let me take some measurements. Trey's truck has a square cross and my nas 110 chassis has the round.
Certain I can come up with a "Ron good" solution
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Old December 2nd, 2015, 08:29 PM
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it would have to be an early one as the later classics have a design similar to your defender

The LWB w/ tdi+auto has the square crossmember to clear the exhaust--it actually hangs down lower than the round member did.

Looking at that picture above, I think it would fit(but I cant imagine trying to push snow with a tdi/auto)

I think some intermediate adapter can be fabbed to mate to the round crossmember.

Oh, I just looked...my Defender doesnt have any crossmember...must be laying in Drew's garage somewhere!

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Bump. Make offer. Bought a new (old) tractor with a snow thrower.
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Any takers? Been sitting in my garage. Can't bring myself to install it (plus my father gave me his thrower for my cub cadet).
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