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Pioneer rooftop trays
The Rhino-Rack Pioneer Trays can fit an existing roof rack system
The Rhino-Rack Pioneer Trays can fit an existing roof rack system
 
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The Rhino-Rack range can maximise carrying potential, and free up space inside a vehicle
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Since developing the first of its kind lightweight aluminium rooftop carrier in 2010, Rhino-Rack has confirmed its reputation for durable and user friendly off road vehicle products.

Constructed from aluminium and fibreglass reinforced nylon, the Pioneer range of rooftop accessories are suitable for both off-road enthusiasts and highway commuters.

With a sleek and low profile design, the Pioneer Platform offers minimal wind drag and noise on the road. With a flat design and no side rails, the Pioneer Platform provides easy access to gear from all four sides. Simply slide goods on and off the roof and secure them to the bars or utilise the C-channel rail design and additional eyebolts.

The Pioneer Tradie is a solution for the transportation of ladders, construction equipment and long loads that extend beyond the base of the platform. Fully welded rails on two sides provide a rigid tie down point, with hand grips built into the design.

The versatile Pioneer Tray has been built to maximise load capability and provide added security against shifting loads while driving, and has a front wind fairing to facilitate a quieter drive. It also has a fully welded, closed rail sidewall.

As a result of built in C channels running along the bars of the Pioneer range, many accessory options are available including jerry can holders, spare tyre mounts, bicycle carriers, fishing rod holders and more.

The Rhino-Rack Pioneer Trays will fit an existing roof rack system as well as the Rhino-Rack low profile Backbone System. Finished with high quality powder coating, the racks will not rust or fade, and is backed by a 5-year warranty.
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