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ARB Spartan Bar Ford Everest Next Gen

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Designed to offer superior Frontal Protection, the Spartan Bar is designed specifically to suit the Next-Generation Ford Everest.


Using an impact absorbing, resilient and incredibly durable polyethylene material, the SpartanBar leads with cutting-edge design and engineering which creates a bull bar that offers unsurpassed levels of safety for both driver and pedestrian.

FEATURES

  • Meets full Australian Standard AS 4876.1-2002. Including 3.2 Road User Protection
  • Weight savings provide improved fuel economy and reduced tyre, suspension and brake wear when compared to other alternatives
  • Suits all vehicle variants except Raptor
  • Superior frontal protection, due to the impact absorbing hollow construction
  • Airbag compatible
  • Compatible with all Ford safety and ADAS features
  • Compatible with SmartBar Under Vehicle Armour
  • Compatible with ARB Under Vehicle Protection
  • Compatible with ARB Forged Recovery Points
  • Removable high lift jack points available as an option with winch bar only
  • Antenna mount bracket supplied
  • Accommodates a large range of driving lights, including ARB Intensity Solis and Bushranger Night Hawk 9″ & 7″ driving lights
  • Winch bar accommodates up to 10,000lb winch, is compatible with Bushranger Revo, Warn Zeon and Evo winches
  • Styled to maintain the vehicle’s aesthetic appearance
  • Proudly designed and manufactured in Australia
  • Minimal repair costs after impact
  • Minimal maintenance
  • UV stabilised polymer for durability
  • Manufactured from environmentally friendly, recyclable polyethylene polymer
  • Available in black as standard, other colours available for large order quantities
  • Bar adds 210mm to vehicle length
  • Approach angle of 27o on centreline
  • Side wing under body protection
  • Under centre cover included to protect under the vehicle between the chassis rails
  • Not compatible with fitment of light bars