help with my new roll bars

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dansutton
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help with my new roll bars

Post by dansutton » Mon 05 Sep, 2005 19:22

hi i've just bought some crome roll bars but my car has not got the fitting kit fitted. been to the local dealers and been quoted £550 just for the kit any ideas on a cheaper way thanks dan

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Post by Guest » Mon 05 Sep, 2005 19:23

Breakers yard ?

What year is your Z ?

dansutton
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Post by dansutton » Mon 05 Sep, 2005 19:47

it's a 97 you know if there's any in the manchester area cheers

Tank
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Post by Tank » Mon 05 Sep, 2005 20:25

Hi
Try Hills of Burscough between Parbold and Southport.
And Douglas Valley Breakers at Standish just out side of Wigan.
They have broke zed's in the past.
You could allways try one of the internet parts search firms , they do the leg work for you.
Tank :wink:

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Post by Guest » Mon 05 Sep, 2005 20:25

An early one eh :(

Some of the early Zs couldn't have roll bars fitted. The fitting kit you mention the dealer wants £550 for only fits the later Zs that came without roll bars.

Try a search on here, I know this has been discussed before. Also search on breakers. A few names should crop up.

Hope it works out for you.

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Kiwi
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Post by Kiwi » Mon 05 Sep, 2005 21:19

You should have a read of these in terms of determining whether you can fit the hoops:

http://www.mz3.net/articles/228.html

http://www.mz3.net/articles/046.html

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