TJM reveals Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series accessories

Australian company TJM has revealed an initial range of 300 Series LandCruiser 4x4 accessories, with more on the way in 2022.

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Customer deliveries of the Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series are underway, and accordingly off-road accessory companies are rolling out some tough add-ons.

Australian company TJM has just revealed a range of accessories for the 300 Series including a steel bullbar with 8000kg rated recovery points, steel winch frame, driving light and aerial mounting points, as well as LED fog lights with built-in indicators.

The bullbar is billed as both airbag and sensor compatible.

There’s also a suspension lift kit with custom-tuned XGS suspension, twin-tube shock absorbers with multi-stage velocity-controlled valving, and upgraded upper control arms.

The LandCruiser shown in the supplied imagery is sporting a 50mm lift.

Finally, there’s an AirTec-branded snorkel, extra underbody guards, side steps, and side bars.

All of these off-road accessories are designed, engineering and tested by TJM.

The company hasn’t listed prices yet, but is taking registrations of interest on its site.

TJM also says to expect more products – such as different bullbars, more XGS suspension upgrades, and gross vehicle mass (GVM) upgrades – will be coming in 2022.

This range of TJM LandCruiser 300 Series accessories closely follows the reveal of ARB’s Summit bullbar for the Toyota flagship.

It likewise offers integrated LED daytime running lights, fog lights and indicators, driving light, aerial and winch mounts, and also works with the driver-assist features.

The ARB bar is available with side rails and steps as well, and can be finished in matte black powder coat or colour coded.

Ironman 4×4, another major off-road accessory brand, is yet to reveal its range of accessories for the LandCruiser 300 Series.

MORE: Everything Toyota LandCruiser

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