OPTIONS FOR THE VAN: NAVIGATOR ACCESSORIES

31st May, 2019

Given the land mass of Australia, embarking on a trip could mean thousands of kilometres and many weeks away from home. Travelling with a caravan allows you to take your home on the road, wherever you may go.Navigator's Mark Sedran has been travelling Australia for many years, creating makeshift mods out of velcro and stubby holders. He saw a gap Continue Reading

ARB launches latest recovery accessory: Meet Jack

26th March, 2018

No good story ended with ‘nothing went wrong along the way’. A story worth telling is often the result of the misfortunes that happen on the journey. Being prepared for when things go wrong is vital to any off road adventure, and being prepared starts with recovery equipment. With innovation at the forefront of its business mantra, ARB introduces you to Continue Reading

ARB introduces LINX – ‘The next generation of 4×4 accessories’

1st March, 2018

ARB introduces LINX: the next generation of 4x4 accessories Gone are the days where the only option for installing aftermarket switches meant drilling multiple holes in the dashboard. LINX eliminates the need for numerous switches and centralises the command of classic switches, gauges and monitors into one smart touchscreen display. Fitting out a modern 4WD with a range of accessories, such as Continue Reading

The Amarok Joins The Summit RSTB Club

4th August, 2017

Volkswagen’s recent update to the Amarok has provided ARB engineers the opportunity to develop a Summit Rear Step Tow Bar to suit. Whilst primarily designed for the updated Amarok, a supplementary fitting kit is available to enable fitment to an earlier model Amarok. To maximise departure angles while allowing for number plate fitment under the tailgate, ARB’s engineers have adapted the Continue Reading

ARB’s Got You Covered

21st July, 2017

While you’re sitting comfortably in your car seat, one of the many off road ironies we forget to consider while on the tracks is the seat itself having to stand up to a tremendous amount of abuse. Whether it be muddy boots or clothes, spilt drinks, kids snacking in the backseat, wet swimsuits, wet and slobbering pets, seat friction or harsh Continue Reading

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