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With a focus on towing technology,  JOST Australia put together a slew of impressive displays at the recent Brisbane Truck show, including the acclaimed ROCKINGER brand of towing hitches, the new series of JOST EverShine Alloy Wheels and also the JSK37CXW heavy duty fifth wheel.

Of the products on display, the updated RO*500 towing hitch was an audience favourite. Over the years, the RO*500 gained a reputation for its simple, low-maintenance design and effective release lever technology. The updated RO*500 on show featured a sensor coupling, equipped with a remote display and pivoting angle warning display.

In addition to showing off the updated RO*500, JOST Australia set out to prove the strength of the ROCKINGER agricultural division, shining a spotlight on the ladder systems that house a wide range of implement connection points. ROCKINGER ladder systems allow for the interchangeability of couplings, eliminating the need for multiple vehicles.

Also on show was the brand new series of JOST EverShine Alloy Wheels. The Premium Forged Alloy Wheels feature a low maintenance wheel surface-finish tested for over 240 hours against corrosion to fulfil ISO 9227. JOST EverShine Wheels are resistant to pitting, blistering, corrosion and coating breakdown, and are easily cleaned with just soap and water.

JOST Australia also showcased their new JSK37CXW greaseless 50mm heavy duty fifth wheel. Available as a fixed assembly, low profile ball race and double-row ball race assembly, the JSK37CXW is designed to provide extra load capacity for better PBS performance.

The 2019 Brisbane Truck Show took over the Brisbane Convention Centre from the 16th-19th of May, drawing a crowd of over 36,000 visitors across the 4-day event.

 

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