TJM accessorises the 2020 Toyota Hilux

TJM dresses the all-new Hilux from end to end in aftermarket gear.

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THE 2020 Toyota Hilux has received the TJM treatment, with the aftermarket specialists releasing a range of products suited to the all-new model.

The upgrades start up front courtesy of TJM’s popular Outback and Chaser bullbars, which will both officially be unleashed on the Aussie market in December.

The Outback bar, designed to complement the Hilux’s new-look front end, features all-steel construction, 63mm-diameter tubing, all-new rolled cato straps and a multi-fold channel for increased safety.

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The Chaser’s point of difference is its aggressive angles, which is bound to turn heads on off-road tracks. Both bullbars feature 8000kg rated recovery points, and are ADR compliant and compatible with the Hilux’s safety systems.

Protect your Hilux further with TJM underbody protection, steel side bars, side steps, and a rear step tow bar. An Airtec snorkel will maximise engine performance.

Storage needs are catered for, too, courtesy of canopies, drawers, tailgate assist, roller cover and a ute liner – all from Aeroklas.

Hilux owners can also opt to improve their vehicle’s suspension set-up, with TJM offering upgrades for the Hilux via its XGS and Pace ranges.

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The XGS is a twin-tube shock absorber that features Multi-Stage Velocity-Controlled Valving, which “allows the shock to dynamically adapt to changes in terrain on the fly,” TJM says.

The Pace is a remote reservoir shock absorber, which features a large 52mm-diameter piston, single-wall monotube construction and steel braided hose – “Pace’s innovative eight-stage adjustability control over both compression and rebound allows you to easily alter the ride performance of your suspension to perfectly suit you and your 4x4,” TJM adds.

A TJM GVM Plus suspension upgrade, which lifts the Hilux’s legal GVM by up to 450kg, is available with both the XGS and Pace.

“The 2020 HiLux has bold new design cues and modern features that make it more capable than ever,” said Matt Logan, TJM’s head of customer experience.

“The TJM product range has been designed to complement everything that makes the Hilux so desirable, right the way through from its looks to its off-road capability.”

 

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