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4WD Modifications - Bars, Winches and Side-rails

Bull bars, rear bars, swing-away spare tyre carriers, side bars and side steps, side rails, winches and more - it's all here.

BUYING A WINCH
BUYING A WINCH
You need a winch to be self sufficient in the bush

Many people see a winch as a means of increasing the off-road ability of a 4WD. It’s an impression that’s easily gained by seeing how off-road competition blokes and gals go about conquering seemingly impossible obstacles, but that’s not how you should look at a recreational vehicle winch.

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FRONT AND REAR BARS
FRONT AND REAR BARS
Your 4WD should be behind bars.

You only have to see how serious 4WDs are dressed up for bush work to appreciate that out-of-the-box 4WDs are underdone for Outback travel and off-road driving. The most obvious addition that most people fit is a bull bar.

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WARN CELEBRATES 70 YEARS
WARN CELEBRATES 70 YEARS
This globally-renowned winch maker has a new product in the wings.

Seventy years ago, Arthur Warn started Warn Industries with a set of locking hubs for surplus WWII Jeeps. Over the next seven decades, the company pioneered the electric winch and supplied automakers with OE parts.

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