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Bull bars: Why they're are good and why they're not

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The debate around bull bars is a contentious issue. Mic van Zyl takes another look and why they’re good – and why they’re not.

A customer recently visited our store to have a bull bar fitted. He has been in a collision with an animal which damaged his existing bull bar to such an extent that it needed replacing. The donkey lost the battle unfortunately.

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