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*TJM Chaser Series Steel Bull Bar – Mitsubishi Triton MQ 2015-2018

*TJM Chaser Series Steel Bull Bar – Mitsubishi Triton MQ 2015-2018

Price: $2,370

TJM Chaser Series Bull Bar- MQ Triton


Cut to the chase with the all-new TJM Chaser Series bull bars. Packed with attitude and thoroughly engineered to work and play hard, the Chaser stands out in a crowd and up to the test. The Chaser punches above its weight with a 63mm upper tube and 50mm lower tube, which is designed to create the ideal approach angle when you’re off-road. Plus, the bar’s winch frame is mounted to your vehicle’s chassis to deliver optimal strength in all conditions. Each bull bar in the Chaser Series is 4×4 equipped with a steel winch mount, integrated Rated Recovery Points and reinforced T-slots that are suitable for your Hi-lift jack. They’re even ready to kit-out with LED driving and fog lights through integrated mounting options. Better yet, your investment is protected by a three-year warranty (and it won’t void your new car warranty either). So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to chase a new adventure with a TJM Chaser Series bull bar.

Part Number :  070SB22N50Q


Material: Black Powdercoat Steel
Size: 63mm Upper Tube, 50mm Angled Lower Tube
ADR: Airbag Compliant. Does not void vehicle manufacturers warranty
Suits: Mitsubishi MQ 2015-2018 Triton
Winch: Integrated mount rated to 9500lb (4300kg)
Recovery: Inbuilt 8000kg Rated Recovery Points
Fog: None
Indicators: Indicator or Parker lamps required.
Lights: Off-road work light compatible (not included) Dual mounting tabs on upper hoop to mount drive lights. Suits an LED lightbar up to 900mm long underneath upper hoop
Aerial: Dual aerial tabs

TJM Chaser Series Steel Bull Bar – Mitsubishi Triton MQ 2015-2018 (Black Textured Powder coat)

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