Tray & Canopy: MITS Alloy

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Available in a variety of sizes, the MITS Alloy flatbed is comprised of a unique frame that draws its strength from the same construction principles as boat building. Utilizing interlocking webbing framework, not only is the bed extremely strong, but the available storage options like the under-body boxes and rear under-body drawer, provide plenty of cargo capacity while maintaining excellent departure angles.

Unless you have been living under a rock, you will know that flatbeds conversions have been increasing in popularity over the last couple of years and to be honest, the list of advantages is hard to ignore. Removing the tub and replacing it with a MITS Alloy flatbed drastically improves your trucks overlanding capability as the flatbed forms the perfect base for a MITS canopy or four-wheel camper.

Photo by MITS Alloy

Photo by MITS Alloy

Photo by MITS Alloy

Photo by MITS Alloy

Photo by MITS Alloy

Photo by MITS Alloy

Available in a variety of sizes, the MITS flatbed is comprised of a unique frame that draws its strength from the same construction principles as boat building. Utilizing interlocking webbing framework, not only is the bed extremely strong, but the available storage options like the under-body boxes and rear under-body drawer, provide plenty of cargo capacity while maintaining excellent departure angles.

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The innovative cargo management solution offered in the canopy is unlike anything currently on the market. The days of making the big commitment to one internal layout in your canopy are over. MITS canopies are fully modular and importantly, offer the ability to reconfigure your internal setup as your needs change over time. This is all thanks to the internal structure of the canopy. The robust Unistrut framework doubles as the accessory mounting points, meaning all you need to change your fitout is a socket set.

If you are interested in finding out more information about exactly how investing in a MITS Alloy setup will change the way you work and explore, talk to the team from Mule Expedition Outfitters to learn more.

Build-specific optional extras include:

  • GMC Mount kit
  • 6.4-foot tray
  • Camera, sensor and CTS relocation
  • Short sideboards
  • Powder coat tray (Ebony Black)
  • 3-foot canopy
  • Spare wheel carrier
  • Roof rack canopy length
  • Powder coat canopy (Ebony Black)
  • 110-liter Dometic upright cage
  • Cargo track
  • MSRP: $26,500 as it is built, including powder coating, and paint

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