HOT on the heels of the launch of the 2021 Mazda BT-50, Australian aftermarket company TJM has revealed its range of aftermarket kit to suit the all-new model.
As expected, TJM will bring to market an Outback bullbar that’s tailored to the BT-50’s new look and design. The all-steel bar features 63mm-diameter tubing, all-new rolled cato straps and a multi-fold channel for superior protection. The bar includes 8000kg rated recovery points as standard, and it’ll be available to purchase early in the New Year.
“We’re excited about the new BT-50 and we think BT-50 owners should be excited about our range for it,” said Matt Logan, TJM’s head of customer experience.
Also arriving in TJM showrooms in 2021 will be BT-50-specific steel side bars, an RB6 rear step tow bar, and an Airtec snorkel – underbody protection and side steps are currently available.
All-new BT-50 tested
BT-50 owners can also upgrade their suspension set-up with an XGS kit, TJM’s twin-tube shock absorber. The shock features “Multi-Stage Velocity-Controlled Valving, which allows the shock to dynamically adapt to changes in terrain on the fly.”
A range of storage solutions are also available to suit the BT-50, including Aeroklas canopies, Aeroklas drawers, an Aeroklas tailgate assist, an Aeroklas roller cover and an Aeroklas ute liner.
More information: www.tjm.com.au/get-4x4-equipped/mazda/bt-50
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