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Default NX TJM Bullbar and Mounting a Domin8rX

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Has anyone done this by themselves? Seems a hell of a job to get the winch in, access the mounting bolts, mount the control box.

Any info/tips/pics would be appreciated.

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hi mate,

Did it on a landcruiser standard bar about twelve months ago before I sold it, ill be doing the exact same thing as you on a TJM bar in the next month or so. It wasnt that hard on the cruiser with plenty of room, I had to change the angle the clutch controls were at by pulling the winch apart an reassembling. Instructions included, it looked complicated but was easy, bit of care required not to damage the gasket.

The bolt pattern didnt match the bar, redrilling wasnt hard, and the control box fitted straight onto standard mounting holes on top of the bar. Imagining the TJM will have predrilled standard pattern that may fit, , if not thats simple enough.

Have you got the bar on yet? If theres not enough room to manoevre the winch up just pull the bar off, mount it and get some help to lift the bar back on. I did it by myself with the bar still on the cruiser, wasnt easy but jamming it up with my knees under it was enough to get a couple of bolts in.

I had a look today at my NX, i dont think wiring will be a big drama with holes in the grille etc unless you want to run a controller to the cabin. Im puzzling over how to get a UHF antenna neatly through the firewall, that might be a challenge.

I’ll watch this one with interest mate and swap ideas if you havent already done it when I do mine. Have a look at the post i just made, did you upgrade your suspension with the bar?

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Im puzzling over how to get a UHF antenna neatly through the firewall, that might be a challenge.
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Feed it through the rubber boot where the main wiring loom enters:



That's my uhf coax and a few additional wires I was feeding into the cabin you can see.
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"That's my uhf coax and a few additional wires I was feeding into the cabin you can see."...

Gold, thanks mate.
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