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Old 6th May 2007, 19:23   #46
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One query here, the front protection( bull bar) on the SAFARI in the SAARC rally pics is looking great, any idea which one is that?

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One query here, the front protection( bull bar) on the SAFARI in the SAARC rally pics is looking great, any idea which one is that?-POGU
It is a Carryboy!! Check out Carryboy's site and you will see both the models (one with integrated lamps and one without it).
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Here are pictures of the DC Prokit for the Safari




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i really dont like that much.. but then again there arent many things of dc that i like.
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I dont see anything impressive in this!!.. What exactly are the changes here.. Except for the front side cladding and the crashguard.

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I dont see anything impressive in this!!.. What exactly are the changes here.. Except for the front side cladding and the crashguard.

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The front, sides are rear cladding is different. I dont think any other changes have been made. This is from DC's Prokit line of bodykits. It might not loook so good in the pictures but when you actually see it it looks really nice. Subtle design but still adds a lot of character.
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The front, sides are rear cladding is different. I dont think any other changes have been made. .
exactly.. Except for the extra grooves.. the cladding i think is the same.

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khanak, where in India were these photos taken? It looks like a nice, clean area.
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khanak, where in India were these photos taken? It looks like a nice, clean area.
Opposite Rajabai Clocktower in South Mumbai
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Man, the Safari is one good-looking ride!
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Man, the Safari is one good-looking ride!
What are you waiting for.. Even your Mom likes the Safari.. Buy one da.

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Yes, but like I told you, I care about other people, and I don't want buildings to fall down.
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trust DC to make a mess of a handsome looking truck.
he's done it to the safari! two black fangs and swelling around her eyes! lol
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Default Tata Motors Accessories for Safari

Tata Motors has certain carryboy designs approved for the safari. You can buy them from your local tata dealer.

Here is a link to pictures taken from their accessory brochure...

http://new.photos.yahoo.com/testdriv...60762402309238


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Wow.. those accessories make the safari look more bulky but it also spoils the look of the vehicle.. i think those guards are too big for it...kinda looks ugly.

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