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RHINO RACK NEW TRADIE TRAY IS HERE TO HELP

04-09-2015
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For tradespeople in all industries the new Rhino-Rack Pioneer Tradie Tray is here to assist in carrying a wide variety of gear on the roof of most vehicles.

The open front and back end means that loading long objects that require extension beyond the tray is simple and easy.

The Tradie Tray is made with reinforced nylon and aluminum for durability in all environments and conditions.

It features fully welded side rails to make loading and unloading easier. The tray is non-corrosive.

Rhino-Rack has also ensured that the Tradie Tray is compatible with a large range of their accessories.

The Tradie Tray can also be used for non-work related activities, as it is also well suited to holding boards, fishing gear and other accessories.

 

Rhino Rack

http://www.rhinorack.com.au/ 

+61 2 8846 1900

 

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