TJM 4x4 Accessories has released the beginning of its range of 2021 Isuzu D-Max accessories, making it one of the the first to market in Australia.
Headlining the new line-up is the winch-compatible Outback bullbar, with 63mm hoops and integrated 8000kg recovery points.
This bar can be complemented with underbody protection, as well as brush bars and side steps for a more complete protection package.
This range of protection will soon grow with an alloy Signature bullbar, along with a fleet-focussed Tradesman and aggressively styled Chaser bars.
The suspension of the new D-Max will also get the TJM treatment, with its own range of XGS suspension kits. These kits use a twin-tube damper, but there is no word on whether the adjustable, remote reservoir Pace dampers will be adapted for the new D-Max.
TJM will also supply its usual range of Aeroklas double-shell ABS canopies and Airtec snorkels, along with tailgate dampers, tub liners and a new-design roller cover.
TJM is one of the first aftermarket companies to release images and details about its range of accessories, with other suppliers to follow shortly. ARB, Opposite Lock and Ironman 4x4 all have their own respective range of new Isuzu D-Max gear and accessories coming soon.
Being such a popular choice for adventurers, 4WDers and travellers, we are sure many smaller and boutique-style providers will also bring out a comprehensive range of gear and accessories for the new Isuzu D-Max.
Ironman 4x4 has already released its own suspension options for the new Isuzu D-Max, which includes its Nitrogas, Foam Cell and Foam Cell Pro kits. As part of its range, Ironman 4x4 also offers Pro Forge upper control arms, greasable shackles and strut mounts.
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