Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

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Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Neild » Mon Jun 28, 2010 1:19 pm

We are pleased to announce stock of replacement brackets for the Land Rover OEM light guards :thumbright:

These parts are not available as an item from dealers, you need to buy the full set.

In our kit we have the 6 metal brackets and fixing screws.

Front and Rears are competitively priced at £44.00 with UK shipping £3.00.

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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Neild » Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:25 pm

These items are now in stock :thumbright:


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Paul » Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:33 pm

You've lost me a bit Neil....are these the brackets that hold the plastic light guards on?

Do they break easily or something? Never heard of any problems with them......

Sorry if it's an obvious question, but it just doesn't ring a bell as something that is easily broken like the A-Bar brackets etc :thumbright:



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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Neild » Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:35 pm

Problems with theft and rust Paul :thumbright:

When people sell lights, especially ebay/2nd hand they do not always have the brackets :thumbright:

Worth a punt so we made some :lol:


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Paul » Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:44 pm

Rust? But you need rain for that....i.e. water.....

And apparently the UK hasn't seen much of that for a long time, hence the hosepipe ban no? :roll:



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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Neild » Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:48 pm

Only for the northern folk, I'll be spraying my juice all over tonight!

Yep, we do get some rain and sometimes snow... now :censored: off back to your 30c and swimming pool!! :rasp:


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Stu » Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:56 pm

The problem I've with the front guards is that the plastic bits break, not the metal brackets, I assume this doesn't solve that as it's part of the actual guard rather than the bracket?


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Paul » Wed Jul 07, 2010 3:03 pm

Where's the "off-topic" icon? :oops:
Neild wrote:now :censored: off back to your 30c and swimming pool!! :rasp:
Actually it's hotter than that at the moment....and yes...it sounds very nice, but the truth is that the heat is a pain in the arse.

It is great at the weekends and during the holidays, but when you're working it is very uncomfortable - I moved the wife's Golf last night at 11:30pm and it was still showing 32°C outside...and it night if there is no breeze blowing, it is unbearable and almost impossible to sleep without a fan on....

Whilst as they say, the grass is always greener (excuse the pun) on the other side, the grass back home was still very green - but you just don't appreciate how green it was until your no longer there.... :popcorn:



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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Neild » Wed Jul 07, 2010 3:05 pm

Stu wrote:The problem I've with the front guards is that the plastic bits break, not the metal brackets, I assume this doesn't solve that as it's part of the actual guard rather than the bracket?
Sadly not, Mr Glue for that job :thumbright:


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Neild » Wed Jul 07, 2010 3:06 pm

Paul wrote:Where's the "off-topic" icon? :oops:
Neild wrote:now :censored: off back to your 30c and swimming pool!! :rasp:
Actually it's hotter than that at the moment....and yes...it sounds very nice, but the truth is that the heat is a pain in the arse.

It is great at the weekends and during the holidays, but when you're working it is very uncomfortable - I moved the wife's Golf last night at 11:30pm and it was still showing 32°C outside...and it night if there is no breeze blowing, it is unbearable and almost impossible to sleep without a fan on....

Whilst as they say, the grass is always greener (excuse the pun) on the other side, the grass back home was still very green - but you just don't appreciate how green it was until your no longer there.... :popcorn:

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