When carrying loads, your vehicle can become dangerous and illegal if it breaches the allocated Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) set by the manufacturer. Governed by Australian Design Rules (ADRs), if you exceed your GVM you may not be allowed on site, void your insurance conditions and make your vehicle unsafe.
The installation of items such as service boxes, additional seats and roll over protection devices may result in a substantial change in a vehicle’s tare mass and may significantly affect its load carrying capacity. The specified GVM is the maximum that your vehicle can weigh when it is fully loaded.
Minecorp provides GVM upgrades to increase load capacity. The Minecorp GVM upgrade is tested, complies with ADR’s and the vehicle manufacturer’s maximum axle weights to keep your vehicle safe and reliable under load.
Brushes & hardware
Minecorp Load Guard – Self Supporting Mesh
The self supporting load guard is designed for use with a tub body or style side tray without a factory headboard. All Minecorp Load Guard’s are tested to AS/NZS 4034.1:2008 for load impact, to protect the vehicle’s occupants from loads…Read More
Holden Colorado 2017+ Front Deflection Brush
Minecorp have designed a front deflection brush for use in harsh environments. Made to reduce the short and long term damaging effects of dirty/corrosive terrain. The deflection brush easily mounts on the vehicles recovery points meaning no further drilling is…Read More
Load Restraint Net
Many avoidable incidents occur each year due to unrestrained vehicle loads, it is not only good practice to securely cover all loads but a legislative requirement. Minecorp Load Restraint Nets suit most tray or tubs and are perfect for restraining…Read More