King Bars launches new Scania bull bars


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New Pacific range caters for Scania Euro 5 cab over vehicles completing metro and road train work

 

Australian bull bar manufacturer King Bars has unveiled a new range specifically designed for Scania Euro 5 truck models.

According to the Queensland company, the new Pacific range has been "developed to offer maximum protection" to Scania vehicles thanks to a "unique mounting system and upgraded aluminium sections [to] provide more strength than existing products on the market."

Available in metro, single road train, or double road train designs, the Euro 5 range caters for all current models and adaptive cruise control compatible, King Bars says.

The bull bars’ standard features include a steel backing channel, 100mm wide posts, 89mm diameter pipes, removable 36mm tow pin, ADR approved LED indicators, and front underrun protection system (FUPS) compatibility. 

For metro customers, accessing daily fluid checks through the bonnet does not require the bar to be lowered, and for road train customers the bull bars feature raised centre posts for extra protection and a secure place to mount signs.

King Bars sales manager Craig Macpherson says the Pacific range was created on the back of a growing customer base in the cab over market.

"Our business is to provide heavy duty trucks with the best protection possible, and the new Scania range of bullbars certainly meets this requirement," Macpherson says. 

"More and more of our customers are opting for cab over trucks and that is why we are developing a range of bullbars that offers superior protection for this style of truck.

"We see the Pacific range as a product that can potentially save lives and prevent costly repairs to trucks."

The company says the bull bars utilise the Scania’s tow points for mounting, providing "maximum rigidity".   

 

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