XROX 2WD?

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XROX 2WD?

Postby makeamends00 on Tue, 03 Dec 2019 8:34 +0000

Got a bloke flipping a TOYOTA HILUX 05/2005-08/2011 XROX BAR, see below:

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Would this fit 2011 SR 2WD Toyota Hilux with 2"lift?

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Re: XROX 2WD?

Postby TazziesGT on Tue, 03 Dec 2019 8:46 +0000

To be honest, it would put too much weight over the front of a 2WD ute mate.
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Re: XROX 2WD?

Postby makeamends00 on Tue, 03 Dec 2019 9:03 +0000

TazziesGT wrote:To be honest, it would put too much weight over the front of a 2WD ute mate.


Even with constant load suspension setup?
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Re: XROX 2WD?

Postby TazziesGT on Tue, 03 Dec 2019 9:41 +0000

Most constant load suspensions for 2WD utes are predominantly only heavier in the rear unless you requested otherwise?
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Re: XROX 2WD?

Postby taresk on Tue, 03 Dec 2019 7:01 +0000

If you ran it without the skid plate it might be ok, I know my hoopless version weighs 42kg with the skid plate (quite light by bullbar standards), the hoop might weigh an extra 5kg or so, but the skid plate would be about that much as well. You do need to remove about 15-20kg of bumper and steel support channel in order to fit it (assuming 2wd has the same stuff behind the bumper).
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