Monthly Archives: May 2017

New ARB Weatherproof Elements Fridge Freezer

ARB Weatherproof Elements

The Ultimate 4WDer’s Fridge… Reinvented Packed with the features an ARB fridge/freezer is renowned for, and re-engineered to survive naked out in the elements, our latest fridge freezer is packed with unique features that not only protect and secure, but also make accessing your food and drinks even easier. ARB’s ‘No Holds Barred’ approach saw

ARB 4×4 Accessories | Amarok Reaches The Summit – ARB 4×4 Accessories


With Volkswagen’s introduction of the V6 Turbo Diesel Amarok to their range, ARB has taken this opportunity to design and develop the Summit bull bar to suit the V6 model and the pre-facelift model. The ARB Summit bar features the latest styling from ARB including press form cover straps, larger ARB fog light and surround, two

Cooper Tires Dust Series – Cooper Tyres South Africa

What makes the Cooper Dust Series different? Adventure is key: Focus is placed on driver skill, navigation, brainwork, teamwork, and overall looking at having fun. There are long distance navigation challenges, night driving, continuous obstacle driving and exciting and different ways to tackle traditional obstacle type events. Size does not matter: The great philosophy behind

ARB 4×4 Accessories | New Intensity Light Bar – ARB 4×4 Accessories

AR40 Intensity LED Light Bar

To accompany our popular Intensity AR21 and AR32 driving light range, we have this month released a new and innovative LED light bar, designed to integrate closely with the top tube of a bull bar. ARB Intensity AR40 LED Light Bar: Engineered in Australia and manufactured in the United States, using the same patented lens/reflector

ARB 4×4 Accessories | Toyota Prado 120 Lifts Its Game – ARB 4×4 Accessories

Old Man Emu is pleased to release the latest application of BP-51 High Performance Bypass Shock Absorbers, engineered specifically for the Toyota Prado 120. Consisting of two front coil over dampers, two rear dampers, and two fit kits, this kit utilises the existing BP-51’s from the Toyota Prado 150, with the exception of a new