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ORC PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT
This week we look at the Xrox Bar.
Born from the demands of serious off-road competition, Outback Accessories' range of Xrox Bars delivers the results you want - serious good looks, extreme off-roading capabilities, airbag and ADR compliant and the durability that real steel and Australian design delivers.
Xrox gives you the protection you need with the clearance you crave. Lighter than traditional bull bars, the smart 'winged' design allows for fast easy replacement while maintaining strength. Built in hi-lift jack points together with mounting positions for winches, tow hooks, recovery eyes, lights, aerials and sand flags gives you the versatility you need.
We get great feedback from our customers regarding the Xrox Bar. And as an added bonus, not only will you be getting a tough bull bar that looks good, but we currently provide FREE SHIPPING on all our Xrox Bull Bars saving you $$$.
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10% off all Safari Snorkel's A huge 15% off Oztec Suspension Kits.
Check out the other products we have on our Website. If you're after something you can't see, give us a call, we can certainly get it for you. (07) 3203 2155.
ORC 4WD TIPS
Last week we promised you some great Winch Tips, here are some tips to ensure your winch is maintained, and, used safely.Check out our other Articles for more tips, news & product highlights.
- Always follow instructions & don't ever use recovery equipment if it is damaged in any way.
- If your winch has been submerged during a water crossing, it's good practice to run it out and back in to evaporate any water which may have entered the winch drum/motor. About 10m will do.
- When winching, winch for 20 seconds and then let the winch cool for 20 seconds. This will help reduce wear and help prevent the winch from burning out, or, the drum getting hot and melting the rope.
- If you have unwound the entire winch for cleaning etc, a weight/force should be used to wind it back in. This could be anything like anchoring to a tree and pulling the vehicle towards it. The first 10m of rope from the hook can be wound without resistance, this is generally unwound before any recoveries occur.
- If winching off a Tree, a tree trunk protector will help prevent ring barking (which will kill the tree) and damage to the recovery Gear. Ensure you winch off a live tree, dead trees could be pulled down and the same if the tree is too small.
- Take up the slack carefully. Avoid shock loading the winch and cable.
The above information is just part of the wealth of knowledge you can obtain regarding winches and recovery. Keep your eye on our news because we will have more to come.
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