Your part­ner in ad­ven­ture

NZ4WD - - 4WD & UTE KIT-OUT -

Whether you use your 4x4 ute for work or for play, ARB will have a prod­uct to suit. The Aus­tralian founded and head- quar­tered com­pany’s range in­cludes;

Pro­tec­tion equip­ment –

Bull­bars ( in­clud­ing airbag­com­pat­i­ble), Siderails & Steps, Rear Pro­tec­tion Bars and Tow­bars.

Old Man Emu (OME) sus­pen­sion –

De­signed and de­vel­oped specif­i­cally for 4x4s, a fully in­te­grated OME sus­pen­sion sys­tem can be tai­lored to your ute to im­prove han­dling, ride and wheel travel.

Air­locker dif­fer­en­tials -

ARB Air­lock­ers pro­vide max­i­mum trac­tion on de­mand at the push of a but­ton and have been proven over 30 years of world­wide use. Re­cov­ery equip­ment – Proper re­cov­ery equip­ment in­clud­ing Snatch Straps, D Shack­les, Hi Lift Jacks, Ex­haust Jacks and Winch Equip­ment is es­sen­tial when head­ing off-road. ARB has a range to suit all needs.

Roofracks/Tents/ Awnings/Fridges –

ARB make a range of Heavy Duty Roofracks to suit your ute. The com­pany also of­fers a range of Tour­ing and Rooftop tents and Awnings plus por­ta­ble Fridge/ Freez­ers.

Plus –

Snorkels, Air Com­pres­sors, Tyre Gauges and De­fla­tors, Bushranger Prod­ucts, IPF Lights and much more. Trusted by 4WDers all over the world, ARB is Aus­tralia’s largest man­u­fac­turer and dis­trib­u­tor of 4x4 ac­ces­sories, with an ex­port net­work that ex­tends through more than 100 coun­tries across the globe, in­clud­ing New Zealand. ARB stockists are spread across the North and South Is­land to help en­sure that re­gard­less of where 4WDers are, ARB gear and ser­vice is still ac­ces­si­ble. No mat­ter if you’re in Christchurch or Kaitaia, you can count on ARB, your part­ner in ad­ven­ture since 1975. ARB Prod­ucts are sold and fully sup­ported through­out New Zealand by the ARB Net­work. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion or a free cat­a­logue phone 0800 ARB 4WD (272 493) or go to www.ar­b4x4.co.nz.

Ready for any­thing – an ARB-equipped Ford Ranger.

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