- Heavy Duty Tow Bars Square Hitch type
- Standard Duty Tow Bars Tongue Type
- All New X Bar for 4wd Extreme use and with Recovery point Mounts
If you’ve got a 4x4, then it’s a shame if you don’t put it to work. Because having a 4x4 has become something of a status symbol in recent days, many 4x4s are languishing away in garages instead of doing the work that they were built to do. If you’re one of the few who put their 4x4s to good use, then you’re probably looking for the best 4x4 accessories to make it easier for you to put your 4x4 to work. If your 4x4 is going to make itself useful, then you’re going to need accessories: like tow bars,
Finding the right tow bars for the right vehicles is a relatively simple task. You simply need to consider how much weight you’re expecting to tow, and what kind of hitch you need. If you’re towing a boat, make sure you have a tow bar that will accommodate that hitch. If you’re towing a trailer, the same principle applies. If you want to tow a variety of different loads, then there are versatile bars that can accommodate the most commonly used hitches.
Sutherland Shire Off Road Offer a Fully licenced Work shop and dedicated automotive Tradesman's when fitting Tow Bars. You also need the experts that know about your electrical system. With new vehicle Technology and Can Bus (computer) electrical systems you need to have peace of mind that the people working on your car know what they are doing.
SSORE have specialized Scanning Tools to ensure that all aspects of works are done to Manufacturer's Specification when fitting your trailer wiring.