The 79 Series Toyota Landcruiser Dual Cab ute can now be fully kitted out by ARB. ARB’s accessory range for the 79 Series includes deluxe and commercial bull bars, side rails and steps, Air Lockers, Old Man Emu suspension systems and roof racks. The deluxe bar for the 79 Series includes multi fold, upswept wings, improving your vehicle’s approach angle, and ARB’s proven split pan design for increased airflow. The deluxe bar is available for both nonwinch, and winch applications, able to accommodate up to a 12,000lb model Warn, Magnum or Bushranger winch. Air bag compatible, the bar is finished in a durable powder coat with the option to colour code, and comes standard with twin Hi-Lift jacking points and provision for driving lights and CB aerials. Available at a lower cost, a commercial bar is also available for the 79 Series and offers the same level of functionality and strength of the deluxe bar while foregoing some of the aesthetic features. Providing easy access to the vehicle and protecting the sides, front guards, headlight assemblies and lower sills, ARB side rails and steps are also available for the 79 Series and are manufactured from strong steel to provide a complete front guard protection system for the vehicle. Specifically tailored to the individual needs of the driver, an Old Man Emu suspension system for the 79 Series Dual Cab improves ride and handling and increases your load carrying capability. Considering the owner’s driving requirements and the conditions the vehicle will be used under, OME engineers match shock absorbers to springs to give the driver a specially customised, fully integrated suspension system. Suspension options for the dual cab include a Gross Vehicle Mass upgrade up to 3780kg, available on new vehicles prior to registration. Providing vastly improved traction across difficult and unpredictable terrain, front and rear ARB Air Lockers are also available for the 79 Series. Activated by the flick of a switch, Air Lockers allow the driver to overcome challenging terrain in a controlled manner.
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