4x4 Bumper Bars
For the serious off roader changing your front and rear bumper bars to an alloy aftermarket bar is a good investment. These rugged bumpers are designed to handle harsh conditions and enhance the look of your vehicle. Easy to fit and ADR compliant so all your vehicles safety features are not compromised.
Front Bars have easy access towing points, winch mounts and cut outs, recessed light pockets to protect any fog or driving lights you may want to install and have a durable paint finish for when you rub up against the aussie bush. They are sculpted for you to help avoid the rub.
The Rear Bar allows for towbar hitches and some kits supply a towbar hitch. They also have easy access towing points, recessed light pockets to protect any reverse or work lights you may want to install and have a durable paint finish for when you constantly use the back step to get stuff out the back of your truck.
Popular Questions Asked
Are the bumpers easy to install?
Most kits are designed to work off existing mounting holes for the front and rear bumpers and come with mounting bolts and instructions to make the job easier. No cutting, welding, drilling or tapping required. You will need to rope in a mate to give you a hand as these things are big and awkward to install on your own. The last thing you want to do is damage your truck when installing your new bar.
Are these bumpers a bull bar?
No, they are not a bull bar. They are a replacement bumper bar. Bull bars are designed to protect grill and headlights from animal strikes. These do not go up high enough to do that.