ASK ARB – Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series

13th March, 2013

Dear ARB, As the owner of a LandCruiser 200 Series, I am concerned by the recent Safety Recall Campaign issued by Toyota Motor Corporation. The recall relates to a problem with genuine Toyota bull bars, and possible fatigue that these bars can cause to the vehicle's chassis. Does this issue affect ARB bull bars? Paul Dear Paul, When we released the ARB bull bar Continue Reading

ASK ARB – fridge freezer and storage options

28th February, 2013

Dear ARB, We are looking to do a long trip from Perth to Darwin and back and are going through the planning of the trip. Food storage is a big part of the adventure, and cold storage items need to be kept cold. Now we are looking at all the different ranges of portable fridge/freezers on the market and are trying Continue Reading

ASK ARB – Toyota Landcruiser 79 series

25th October, 2012

Hey ARB, I'm a contract fencer and work in remote parts of western QLD and NT. I have a 79 Series LandCruiser and my everyday travelling is on rough dirt roads, station roads and through creek beds on fence lines. Every day I have heavy loads of post or steel on board. I also pull a bobcat on a goose neck Continue Reading

ASK ARB – SUV vehicle recovery

23rd October, 2012

Hi to everyone at ARB, I have recently purchased a 2004/5 model Toyota Rav4. I know it’s not a ‘real’ 4WD but I’d like to be able to take it off road wherever possible. Unfortunately, I can’t find much information about the smaller AWD in magazines etc. My question is regarding recovery gear and accessories. Can I buy equipment designed especially for my smaller SUV at Continue Reading

ASK ARB – which canopy is best for me?

20th September, 2012

Dear ARB, I have an ARB standard roof canopy fitted to my 2007 dual cab HiLux, as I wanted to have the option of adding an ARB canopy roof rack in the future. Having not had a canopy on previous vehicles, I love the extra carrying capacity and security a canopy offers. The problem I am currently finding is that although there is ample room for most Continue Reading