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I'm after a set of forward recovery points to fit my 2012 challenger. Unfortunately, literally no one i can find online makes them. Does anyone know if the ones for the MN/ML triton will fit?

https://www.the4wdshed.com/recovery-...mn-roadsafe4wd
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Hi all,

I'm after a set of forward recovery points to fit my 2012 challenger. Unfortunately, literally no one i can find online makes them. Does anyone know if the ones for the MN/ML triton will fit?

https://www.the4wdshed.com/recovery-...mn-roadsafe4wd
Chassis is same so they should fit but there are conditions, from the online info;
These tow points will “NOT” fit to vehicles fitted with aftermarket bull bars or nudge bars the only exception is an ARB bar & XROX. Drilling of the chassis is required for fitment
The RP-TRI02has been designed for fitment on Mitsubishi Triton ML MN with a standard Bumper or Factory Alloy Bar. If a bullbar is fitted modifications might be required to the bar bracket, and/or additional hardware might be required such as longer bolts etc

Some further reading that may influence your decision;

https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...ad.php?t=45457
https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/showthread.php?t=53941

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The product that you referenced looks the same as the one depicted in my attachment, which suits Triton and Challenger.
Suspect it has been re-badged.
Adventure Products Recovery Points for Challenger & Triton.pdf
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The product that you referenced looks the same as the one depicted in my attachment, which suits Triton and Challenger.
Suspect it has been re-badged.
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X2. I bought the pair on the Challenger from Adventure Products years ago, a good quality piece of gear. Just can be fiddly getting the bolts inside the chassis but bend the wires to the correct shape by trial end error and you will be fine.
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So, did a look for adventure products, they're webstore isn't available Will continue to look for them though!

Thanks for the advice all!
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Hi all,

I'm after a set of forward recovery points to fit my 2012 challenger. Unfortunately, literally no one i can find online makes them. Does anyone know if the ones for the MN/ML triton will fit?

https://www.the4wdshed.com/recovery-...mn-roadsafe4wd
Those are the exact recovery points I have fitted. Made by Road Safe in WA. I also have an ARB Bull Bar. Drilling is required and they can be a little fiddly.

I see you're in Sydney. If you want to have a look at them flick me a PM.
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I found with my PC Challenger that the passenger bracket is very close to the intercooler, so mine was slightly modified to avoid any rubbing.
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