You remind me of my children. When they got it in their head they wanted something, they were like a broken record ( a hold over expression used by old people who remember when music came on a circular disc with grooves).
If what you are after is the brush bars shown on the RN wallpaper clips, allow me a chance to offer my opinion. But before you even reply, I'm not a 'Dude' as you refer to others, am not interested in how sensitive your nose is, as you have pointed out, and, no doubt like others, am getting a bit weary of your rantings.
The bar you are refering to is attached to the vehicle with three 1/2" x 4" bolts, per side. through the frame horns. This is precisely where and how Land Rover mounts it's accessory brush bars. In a very short period of time, the brush bar becomes loose, to the extent it can be moved in and out at the top, and the holes in both frame and bar mounts become egg shaped. No amount of bolt tightening will cure this. Fog or driving lights, mounted to the bar will never remain in alignment, and any good punch to the front will (trust me when I say this) shear a few bolts and the bar comes right back to, and often into the hood. The bar is mounted atop, but not to, the Land Rover (accessory) winch bumper, which IS still available. The bumper mounts to the END of the frame horns, an inherently stronger method.
If you have an opportunity to watch some of the Camel Trophy videos, you will see those Discos in various states of damage, including the front.
Regardless of your opinion of ARB, TJM (how about Safari Gard? you haven't berated them yet,) they are of unit constrction, and mount in a more structurally sound manner. Their mount is directly to, and over, the frame horn ends, in an axial direction, as is the original Land Rover bumper). All of them are of sturdy construction, and the Safari Gard's brush bar portion is even shaped like the Camel brush bar. But any bumper will bend on the ends given a hard enough jolt. This is a pricipal VOLVO has demonstrated in their 'crumple zone' design, and rather than be so strong as to transfer all the impact to the 14 guage frame horns, allowing them to bend instead, they absorb that impact before further damage.
Regardless of you oft stated opinions ( obviously not based on first hand knowledge) of ARB, TJM and others, Those manufacturers are still in business, a fact usually supported by sales. Admittedly, each and everyone who buys one may be less intelligent than you, but certainly intelligent enough to have bought your prefered Camel Trophy bar if they chose to. Usually when something is no longer available, it was because their was insufficient sales to warrant keeping it alive.
Just because something was used by the builder originally, it does not preclude the quality of aftermarket suppliers products. I have two of the Special Vehicle Divison's finest at the moment, A NAS 110, and an XD, and I can tell you, there is lots of room for improvement.
But, Hey, what do I know? I'm just an old dude, whose owned and driven Land Rovers for 35 years, some dozen or more not including the 5 presently driven.