TJM unveils its new gear to protect the latest Isuzu D-MAX


The new ute arrived in dealerships recently, and now TJM unveils its new gear to protect the latest Isuzu D-MAX.

After successfully completing thorough R&D on the D-MAX shortly after its release, TJM’s initial stock of locally-made protection products is now available.

New D-MAX owners in the market for such gear can choose from TJM RB6 Rear Step Tow Bar, sidesteps, sidebars, underbody guards and TJM’s well-known Outback bullbar.

TJM bullbar on 2021 Isuzu D-MAX

Designed to complement the unique front-end styling of the new D-MAX, the TJM all-steel Outback bar uses 63mm-diameter tubing and a multi-fold channel that’s been strategically pressed and folded to maximise impact strength. Importantly, the Outback bar features 8000kg rated recovery points as standard, so safer recoveries are only a strap choice away, with nothing to spend on extra recovery points.

It’s not just protection gear that’s now on sale either. TJM has also made its XGS Suspension available for the new D-MAX through TJM stores. XGS Suspension employs its durable seamless welded twin-tube design, and unique Multi-Stage Velocity Controlled Valving system, which aims to let D-MAX dynamically adapt to changes in terrain and changing driving conditions.

2021 Isuzu D-MAX rear view with TJM bar

Of course, TJM looks after the cargo-carrying aspect of the new ute. TJM stores will sell Aeroklas accessories, including an all-new roller cover, a tailgate dampener, twin drawer system, ute bed liner and (coming soon) a class-leading Aeroklas stylish canopy.

TJM reports that this initial release is only the start. In due course, TJM will be launching additional bullbar options for the new D-MAX – including its polished alloy Signature bullbar, steel Tradesman bar and its new Chaser bar – as well as a fibreglass TJM Premium Canopy, Airtec snorkel range and more still TBA.

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Read next: All details and pricing on the new 2021 Isuzu D-MAX




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