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Twin Wheel Carrier Rear Bar Suitable for Mitsubishi Pajero

Improve your ground clearance and carry your spare safely.

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Improves ground clearance.    Easy and convenient to use.

Twin Caddy

Developed to handle the toughest terrain Outback Accessories Twin Caddy wheel carrier gives you the ultimate in rear-end protection plus improved off-road   ability and the safety and security of dual spares.

Replacing the bulky standard bumper and moving the spare to a more convenient, safer location, Twin Caddy significantly improves ground clearance and departure angles and makes recovery easy with built-in jacking points.

Designed to carry up to 35″ tyres.

Easy action gas struts smooth the opening and closing action and lock into place without pins.

Option up with dual jerry can holders as well as hi-lift jack, camp light, aerial or outboard motor holders.

Pajero NS to NW GLX and VRX models only.

Does not fit models with rear aircon.

Plastic bumper sides require cutting and rear plastic mouldings are replaced with steel.

Fits with OE and other towbars.

Only fits with small 45 litre long range auxiliary tank.

Fits up to 35″ tyres. Hi-lift Jack holder, telescopic camp light holder, UHF aerial holder and other accessories are available to fit this carrier.

Pajero NM – NP GLX and GLS models only. May 2000 – Nov 2006

  Will not fit models with rear aircon.

  Fits with Hayman Reese towbar.

  Fits with Outback Accessories 45 litre auxiliary long range fuel tank.

  Various accessories & options available

We strongly recommend having vehicle accessories products installed by a professional workshop for the best results and to ensure proper operation.

Additionally, please be aware that the installation of aftermarket modifications to your vehicle may affect its compliance with local road use regulations. We advise you to consult with your local authorities and verify the necessary certification or compliance requirements to remain legal for on-road use of your vehicle.