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TJM Pace struts recalled

By Matt Raudonikis, 18 Sep 2018 News

TJM Pace struts recalled news

PX Ranger and Mazda BT-50 dual cabs affected by faulty remote reservoir struts

TJM Products’ latest Pace remote reservoir struts have hit a bump they weren’t expecting. The bolt-in struts for Ford PX Ranger and Mazda BT-50 utes can fail on the lower control arms under extreme conditions and possibly break the shock absorber.

Only 38 sets of the affected shocks have been sold. TJM are contacting affected owners and arranging for the front suspension to be removed and temporarily replaced with a different product. Once the issue with the product has been fixed, a new Pace Remote Reservoir strut assembly will be re-fitted to the vehicle.

The affected parts are part numbers 659CRA121TL and 659CRA121TR for the left and right side applications, sold between May 21 and August 7, 2018.

If you’ve had a set of these fitted to your Ranger you should contact your TJM supplier or go to http://www.tjm.com.au/en-oceania/contact-us.