UNEEK4X4 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER VDJ70 BULLBAR

Posted August 11, 2019
Sale!

$2,426.00$3,166.00

Openpay is available on orders from $500 - $1,500.

Toyota drivers, here is a perfect option for serious frontal protection for your vehicle that does not look like every other bar out there and still meets all Australian Design Rules and road laws.

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Description

Uneek4x4’s 70 series bar is perfect for the owner looking something different yet still ADR approved and airbag compatible.

Please note from MY2017 this bar will not suit Single Cab 79 series models.

Product features

Proudly made in Australia
Fits all Landcruiser 76, 78 and 79 Series from 2007-2018 with flares
Full steel construction, made from 3mm, 4mm and 5mm steel
Fits most low mount winches including Warn 12,000
Included heavy duty steel Radiator support
Available in Classic style with 3 hoops (centre is 3″ and 2″ outer tubes)
Available in Urban style with centre 3″ hoop only
Available in winch bumper style with no hoops
ADR and airbag compliant
Centre bash plate included with included air vents
Industry bench mark soft lead in for winches with plasma rope (prevents damage to rope when winching at extreme angles) Only bar on the market to do this with ADR requirement to have recessed fairlead
Optional winch light
LED Fog lights as standard
LED indicators as standard
Removable poly carbonate covers to protect lights
Standard finish is powder coated texture black
Can colour match to your vehicle (supply VIN when ordering)
Fog light and Indicator are mounted in a steel box which strengthens the wing. Competitors cut a huge portion of the the wing out (which weakens them dramatically,) then add in a brittle plastic holder for the lights which adds no extra strength.
Perforated mesh in bar and bash plate to aid cooling and airflow
High lift jacking points as standard in the bar

Quick Quote

1. My driveway is sealed with an even surface
2. There is reasonable vehicle access with height clearance.
3. I acknowledge the delivery is to the front door, carport, or closest practical delivery point as deemed by the driver.