CALMINI Optional Heavy Duty Track Bar


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CALMINI bar

CALMINI announces the release of their new track bar for the late-model Isuzu Rodeo, Honda Passport, Isuzu Rodeo Sport, Isuzu Amigo, and Vauxhall Frontera.

The CALMINI Optional Heavy Duty Track Bar is designed to replace the flimsy stock C-channel rear track bar. The new unit is constructed from 1.125" .250-wall DOM tubing for maximum rock-dragging strength and uses urethane pivot bushings. This new track bar mounts in place of the drop track bar bracket included in the standard CALMINI 3" system.



This kit fits the 98-2001 Rodeo, Passport, Rodeo Sport, Amigo, and Frontera.

Part Number IP-2040.

For more info on this and other Isuzu products contact CALMINI Products.

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  • CALMINI Products
    6951 McDivitt Dr.
    Bakersfield Ca. 93313 U.S.A.
    Phone 1-800-345-3305

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