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King Bullbars release new Volvo Bullbar




King Bullbars, one of Australia’s leading bullbar manufacturers, has released a stylish new range of Volvo FH/FM bullbars to the market.



The new “Series-4” bullbars come in three styles including the Pacific Metro 2 post, Pacific Metro 4 post and the Pacific Road Train 4 post design. The Series-4 range of bullbars is both practical and stylish and is the strongest and rumored to be the best looking Volvo bullbar on the market. 



“One thing that we take into account when designing a new product is that it not only needs to be practical but it must also suit the aesthetics of the truck as most vehicle owners are proud of the image that they portray to the public and their clients,” said King Bars Sales Manager, Craig Macpherson.



“The combination of our steel backing channel, six contact points with the truck, heavy wall posts and 4-inch pipes, makes for what we consider to be the strongest Volvo bullbar available in today’s market.”



With a quarter of a century experience in the market King Bars has ensured the new range can be easily installed including a helpful template guide and comprehensive fitting instructions with each bullbar kit delivered to dealerships and its customer base.



The Pacific Metro bullbars come standard with 4 inch posts, 4” pipes top and bottom, front underrun protection system (FUPS) compatible certificate and plate, 90 tonne rated tow box with a removable 36mm tow pin, ADR approved LED indicators, six points of contact with the truck including the chassis rails and “VOLVO” engraved into the step area. 



The Pacific Road Train bullbar comes standard with 4” posts, raised posts in the centre, 4” pipes top and bottom, FUPS compatible certificate and plate, four hinge points, 140t rated tow box with a removable 36mm tow pin, ADR approved LED indicators, six points of contact with the truck including the chassis rails, VOLVO engraved into the step area. There are also options of 90t, 200t & 240t tow boxes, road train signs and covers or the option of oversize sign.

For more information contact Craig McPherson at King Bullbars.

January 28, 2015 | Posted in: News

 

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