Dual Cab steel Tray Plans - 1700x1800 - 29 Pages
- Tray Size: 1700mm LONG x 1800mm WIDE
- Tray Depth: 300mm
- Tare weight (Tray only mass): 280kg with steel bed - 180kg with wood bed
- Material: 450MPa Steel
- Total pages: 29 professional-grade printable drawings.
- DXF files: 8 DXF files
If you are looking to save money or just need something stronger than a mass-produced/imported Ute tray, Our Steel tray plans provide every detail and dimension you need to be able to build your own high strength long-lasting tray to complement your vehicle.
These plans will suit any space cab or Dual cab Ute, they feature a sliding chassis mounting system that allows you to adjust the mounting position to suit your vehicle before fixing in place and can be refitted to any other vehicle so you can keep the tray when you upgrade!
The plans feature quick-release removable sides allowing either flatbed or enclosed tray configuration.
Side steps on both sides allow easy climbing access to the tray or an additional tie-down point.
Throughout the 29 pages, we detail the general arrangement views that show where each part goes, its weight, length and material type, key dimensions and weld symbols and a number of section and detail views showing close up details of smaller parts or features.
Each individual part is then further detailed in its own part drawing where any holes are dimensioned, including size and location as well as any back-cuts, notches or end treatments.
Very helpful in design and planing stage. 2 thumbs up
Really easy to use, very clear overall making it easier to complete.
The drawings are high quality and easy to interpret but a cutting and material list would be very useful
For a lockdown Covid project this was easy and fun to build. The tray is solid and square and I’m pretty proud of it. There were a couple of specs and measurements out (chassis U bolts too narrow/ step angles incorrect) but overall you can trust the design and get stuck in. Check your widths as the tray is too narrow for a 4x4 ute and won’t clear the tyres. I found out too late... Could do with mudguard plans attached also, and a design for a ladder rack would be handy. But when you’re finished you can freehand all that!!