Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a bullbar and a nudge bar?
Bullbars are designed to provide maximum protection for the front of your vehicle and its occupants in the event of a collision. They typically have a much larger and more robust structure than nudge bars, which are more lightweight and designed mainly to protect the front of the vehicle from minor bumps and scrapes.
Can I install a towbar on my own?
While it is possible to install a towbar on your own, it is generally recommended to have it professionally installed to ensure proper fitting and safety. Improper installation can cause issues with your vehicle’s handling and towing capabilities, as well as potentially voiding your manufacturer’s warranty.
Can I use a regular battery for my dual battery system?
No, it is important to use a dual battery specific battery in a dual battery system. These batteries are designed to be used in a system where they are regularly charged and discharged, as well as being able to handle the added electrical load. Using a regular battery may result in poor performance and potentially damaging the battery or other components in the system.
What is the difference between a lift kit and a suspension upgrade?
A lift kit is designed to increase the height of your vehicle’s suspension, typically to increase ground clearance for off-road use. A suspension upgrade, on the other hand, can refer to a variety of modifications designed to improve the overall performance and handling of the suspension system, such as replacing worn or inadequate components or adding aftermarket components.