Get the most out of your ute with a purpose built storage system. Keep you tools secure and within easy reach. No more clambering over equipment, no more time wasted searching for that one tool that always gets buried. No matter your trade, we can design and build the ideal storage solutions for your trade vehicle.
Get the most out of your ute by installing drawers in the bed. Choose from double drawers, single with a shelf or single side by side drawers to maximise space and keep all your tools organised and within easy reach. Storage bins can also be added above the shelves and can be accessed form the side canopy. Each drawer has a 400kg weight capacity and an inbuilt braking system to brake the motion of the drawer at approximately every 300mm to ensure the safety of the operator – especially when working on gradients. The standard depth of the lower drawer can be either 290mm or 235mm – more commonly 290mm. The sides of the top drawer are 80mm. These dimensions can be increased or decreased for specific purposes.
Gull Wing Toolboxes
Gullwing toolboxes will provide you the versatility and organisation you need in your workday! A popular option for the mechanical servicing industry, a pair of toolboxes provides you secure storage space, while allowing large items to be carried on the flat deck space out the rear. The versatile space between the toolboxes gives you a storage area for 20L oil drums, long tools or equipment, or even a compressor set-up. No space is wasted! There are a range of different size toolboxes available with the interior of each box customised to suit your fitout needs with our range of accessories – including shelving, slam lock drawer and lighting. These fitouts can be easily transferred to a new vehicle at the end of the current vehicles life.
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