MCC Jack 022-03 Rear Bar for VW Amarok

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The MCC Jack 022-03 Rear Bar is constructed from high quality steel with a black powder coat finish and offers a tube-style look.

Comes with an integrated tow bar removable tongue, that meets the vehicle manufacturers specs, dual recovery points, ADR62/02 compliant, pre-drilled parking sensor mounts (on suitable vehicles) and LED number plate lights

  • Zinc phosphate primer coating finished with a highly durable satin black powder coat
  • Designed and tested in Australia
  • ADR62/02 compliant
  • ADR approved integrated tow bar - meets or exceeds vehicle manufacturer tow ratings
  • Bar constructed of 4.5mm thick steel, 3 pieces fully welded together for superior strength
  • Heavy duty 2mm thick 60mm diameter shoulder tubes
  • Built in high lift jack point
  • Laser cut trailer plug mount
  • Fully welded 12mm thick twin recovery points with heavy duty polyurethane covers
  • LED number plate lights
  • Tow ball and removable hitch all included as standard
  • Pre-drilled parking sensor positions with rubber blanking grommets
  • Winch integrated model available
  • Optional tow bar wiring loom available for most models


This model Rear Bar is only available for utes.
Tow bar loom not included but can be supplied as an optional extra.

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