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Jman71
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Hi, First ranger. 🙂

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Hi, purchased my first Ranger, ticks all the boxes for my needs. Looking for advice regarding front recovery points.
Not a fan of Road safe recovery points due to how low they hang. My Ranger has a Ford factory bullbar. Looked at fitting a set of UNeek recovery points, which would have been great except unfortunately the main bolt holding bullbar on chassis is to large to go thru uneek r/p bolt hole. Open to suggestions. Thank you.
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Bill68
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id recomend you buy a second hand TJM bar and sell that one
lincolnland
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Or buy the drivers side roadsafe recovery point and use an equalizer strap from the oem point to the roadsafe point. There is 1 for sale in the for sale section
Komang
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Road safe defenetly will fit with original bullbar
Simonj13
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These are the ones I have. Follow the shape of the OEM point.
https://www.medicar.com.au/4WD-Fit-outs ... ery-Points
Jman71
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Thanks for feedback. Will check out the Medicar points.
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