FROM ROCK STEPS TO RUTS, CAPE YORK TO THE KIMBERLEY,
WE KNOW YOU NEED A SETUP THAT IS BUILT TOUGH!
FROM THE RUGGED COASTLINES OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA TO THE SHALEY SLOPES OF LITHGOW, THE DMAX HAS BEEN STEERED STRAIGHT INTO SOME OF THE DEEPEST BOGS IN THE COUNTRY!
Watch the video below to see how the tray and canopy handled being submerged underwater in Tasmania!
Chances are you value excellent departure angles and a slim design so you can fit down the tight tracks and avoid panel damage where ever possible. That’s why we include lift off leg points as standard in all of our canopies, so you can leave your canopy setup at camp and tackle the tough terrain without a worry!
Our heavy duty alloy trays offer the same strength as steel, but with nearly half the weight! Every kilogram you can save will make the harsh angles feel that little bit better. We build our canopies to withstand the harsh Australian environment. All of our canopy frames are built first to ensure we start with a rigid skeleton prior to the sheeting process.
Selecting a 1650mm tray will provide the best platform for those who enjoy tight, technical challenges on steep tracks. This keeps the weight tucked up close to the rear axle, maximizing departure angles while also improving both on and off road drive-ability.
The Dmax setup has:
- 1650mm tray
- 800mm under tray toolboxes
- Flared mud guards
- 30L poly headboard water tank
- 1500mm trundle drawer with lid
- 1400mm canopy
- Canopy length roof rack
- Spare wheel carrier
- Jerry can holder
- Fold down ladder
- Single drawer and table combo
- ES150 Clearview slide and divider cage
- 2 pac paint on canopy and toolbox doors