Dual cab ute tray

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31 Aug 2018 17:08 #1 by Holmz
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Does anyone have a need for a factory steel dual cab ute tray?

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22 Sep 2018 13:49 #2 by OKA041
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Do u still have the tray .what condition & where are u

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22 Sep 2018 16:40 #3 by Holmz
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OKA041 wrote: Do u still have the tray .what condition & where are u


1) Yes
2) bad, but doesn't look overly pretty
3) roight in the centre.

Likely headed to SA or WA in Jan/Feb... in case that helps?

And if anyone is going by the Bibra lakes OKA/HQ I need someone ~5'9" and 65-75 kg to do a favour.
Also if anyone is headed from Darwin so, I need a gallon of paint...

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03 Nov 2018 09:42 - 03 Nov 2018 09:46 #4 by Holmz
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OKA041 wrote: Do u still have the tray .what condition & where are u


In the earlier post I mean "Not bod". but not overall pretty.
it just looks like the paint is chalky, and the usual need of a cut-n-polish or rattle can.
Maybe some of the latches could use replacement, but it folds down and up and does what a tray does.

Jeff - Just give a bell per the PM.

I am in two winds...
1) Get a canvas canopy cover and likely sand blast the tray and repaint it, or power coat it.
2) Put a metal canopy on the back with fold up sides, and drawers in it.

I am leaning towards #2, so am interested in recycling the tray to someone who wants one.
Hence the PM, and maybe I send pictures?
Or if you are in the area, or visa versa, then you can eyeball it.

If I do not get the tray off and go with a canopy, then I may just put the base of a future canopy inside the trey for now and put a canvas cover over it.
The base would hold some pull out slides drawers. and the canopy cover would keep it somewhat secure... Maybe I wire it into the alarm so it gets slashed or removed then the bells and whistles go wild.

But it seems easier to get the blue coated RHS and start laying it out right on the chassis... Hence I was thinking of moving the tray on and starting anew.
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