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Hairy Dan



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Devon 4x4 Winch Bumper
I see Devon 4x4 are developing a winch bumper for the new Defender, there's a short video on their instagram page

https://www.instagram.com/devon4x4/ Cheers Ian
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Post #1021606 18th Jan 2024 12:18am
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stevemfr



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It looks a tad... industrial IMO. But I love the idea of a bumper that protects both corners of the vehicle too. 
RRC 2Dr, RRC 4Dr,
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LR Nuts



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that is not going to be cheap, but it looks the part. (Insurance premium on that !! Big Cry )
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Moo



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Not sure you’ll get insured with it in the UK though. Eiger Grey MY23 D250 SE with bits. Known as Noddy.
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Chicken Drumstick



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Post #1024243 10th Feb 2024 6:34pm
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johnlad



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It looks like the rhino4x4 bumper from Australia.
I enquired with them regarding importing one but they never replied.
Post #1024248 10th Feb 2024 7:16pm
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snowtiger



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Rhino looks totally different, Devon seems to be way better integrated.

Look at Rhino:

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Post #1024257 10th Feb 2024 9:20pm
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nebc100



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Johnlad… PM me your email address and I can forward you the reply that I got from Rhino4x4 about their defender bumper.
Post #1024263 10th Feb 2024 10:03pm
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johnlad



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I’ve already bought the lucky 8 discrete winch mount and fitted it this weekend.
So no need for either of the above now.
Although I still like the aggressive look of the Rhino.


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Post #1024274 11th Feb 2024 7:08am
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Moo



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It's the time old argument - are they or aren't they legal. It's very badly written and ambiguous.



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I tried to import the ARB version from Australia which is Land Rover approved, however, its not approved in the UK and three insurers I approached, including NFU, wouldn't touch it unless it had the E stamp of approval on it. However, it seems hidden winch bumpers are OK, which is the route I'm taking. But I do like the Devon 4x4 offering in the above pic. Eiger Grey MY23 D250 SE with bits. Known as Noddy.
Post #1024320 11th Feb 2024 11:49am
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