Tray advice

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Tray advice

Postby rudyy on Sat, 20 May 2023 6:32 +0000

Hi everyone,
I am going to purchase a new extra cab 4x4 Hilux to fit an Intrepid slide on camper onto it.
I was going to get the factory fitted alloy tray (alloy for weight saving) but thought that maybe I'd be better off getting an aftermarket alloy tray with a slide out drawer and a couple of undertray ute boxes.
Can anyone recommend a tray supply/manufacturing company in Victoria?
Also, if anyone has any advice re the purchase then that would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Tray advice

Postby Rob_Wood on Sat, 20 May 2023 12:44 +0000

If no-one has any info, you can always do a quick google search and even ship one from elsewhere, just remember to factor in freight costs.

Just had a thought, check out ARB as well, maybe Supercheap Auto, AutoOne, those sorta mobs as well.
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Re: Tray advice

Postby dave g on Sat, 20 May 2023 8:44 +0000

Max alloy will build to your needs
They made my alloy roof rack to my needs never look like braking when I sold that car they modified the mounts to soot the new car.
There in the central coast of NSW.
Just google up Max alloy accessories at Wyong
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Re: Tray advice

Postby Random Dude on Tue, 23 May 2023 7:38 +0000

You are on the right track with an aluminium tray - steel one from toyota is 308kg and a drawer will be easily over 50kg.

just a suggestion - talk to the camper supplier, they should be able to tell you what works well with there product and might even supply and install the tray
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