FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Our trays are designed around two main rails running lengthways in the structural frame, between models the distance between these rails remains the same, we then use a specifically designed mount system to adapt to your vehicle. If you decide to change vehicles of a similar type eg. Ranger Dual Cab to Hilux Dual Cab, all you require is the correct mounts for the new car which will be made available separately.

For obvious reasons, you can not fit your dual cab tray onto a single cab as the lengths will differ, this is the same between standard Aussie Utes and Landcruiser/US models as widths and heights will vary.

Yes, we have a range of canopy sizes to choose from – https://ibuiltkits.com/canopies

Trays are built standard with a raw finish look which can easily be painted afterwards, otherwise we can organise the fabricator to have this done during production at an added cost.

Aluminium is a great material for building trays, it is lightweight, strong, looks great and painting is completely optional. A common myth is that aluminium is prone to cracking especially around welds, any design no matter what it is made of can crack, bend and fail if not designed correctly. We ensure our designs will exceed the strength of most steel trays while greatly reducing the overall weight of the tray and canopy in turn helping with your vehicles GVM and towing capacity.

We also incorporate High Tensile Steel chassis mounts where that extra strength is required but not practical for aluminium to be used.

And for those still on ‘Team Steel’, we will have options for you too!

Currently our trays are only available to purchase as a Kit by qualified fabricators. If you are a qualified fabricator and wish to purchase a tray as a kit or become a trusted IBuilt Kits Fabricator contact us. https://ibuiltkits.com/contact-us 

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