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Allen Kelly
4 minutes ago, NickT7 said:

Hi Allen, yes I understand your situation. The OEM mounts are very close to the headlight unit. So with the outback crashbars is it maybe a difficult situation. I have the we motech lower crashbars so I don't have not any problem at al. It's difficult to give you a good advice. Maybe you can order the OEM headlight mounts and if they don't fit you send them back? Gr Nick 

Thanks Nick that how I was thinking I am going into my dealer tomorrow to ask if I can return them if they don’t work out. I know that Outback make up mounts for their bars for the Denali lights that may be the way to go. Cheers mate

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