Bit more work yesterday.
The Toyota HD steel tray is pretty good, but one frustration is how short the tie-down rails are. In front of the wheel, very short on the fuel side; over the wheel and in front of the wheel on the non-fuel side, a bit longer; behind the wheel, longest - but none of them fully span the available space.
Since I have installed under-tray boxes that occupy the space the rear set of tie-down rails occupied, I had the two longest ones free - and they neatly spanned the space above the wheel.
The mid-length ones from above the wheel went forward, ahead of the wheels, leaving me with one very short rail (from the fuel side) and one bit-longer one.
Happily, the very short rail fits behind the under-tray box...
...so all that remained to do was turn the bit-longer one into a very short one.
Dock it to length, remove the bracket with a cutting disc; weld it back on. My welding's pretty crap, so it ain't pretty, but it holds.
(I might have to lop a little off the front rail if I can't easily access the fuel filler - it's not as bad as it looks in this shot.)
Oh... and something a bit odd - the mudguards are mounted on a rail with a series of equally-spaced holes. The dealer had mounted one rear mudguard two holes further back than the other...
graphite SR5 extra-cab, HD steel tray, matte black alloys, BFG KO2's, ARB Summit bullbar, Warn Magnum winch, Fyrlyt Nemesis 9000 driving lights, Safari ARMAX snorkel, Redarc dual battery system, Redarc inverter, Provent catch can, Fuel Manager fuel filter