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Hey All,

 

Buying a transit tipper and I'm going to want a Chip Box built on the back. I'd like to ask your advice on the best option. Ply, steel, ali or a mixture and, importantly, what overall cost I'll be looking at?

 

Thanking you...

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Hmmmm..

 

Not sure. That's why I want to hear options and what others have paid. I'm looking for the average. Strong enough to be durable but not high-end budget.

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Ply if your on a budget, wouldn't bother with steel personally.

 

Ali plank does look nice and is fairly light and strong, it will cost around £600 in materials for a full box.

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Do you already have the Trannie? I was also looking to add a tree body but found a factory built one already fitted to a 2006 lwb, with high ally plank arb body & separate tool box for £6.4. I was told it'd be at least £3k to replace just the body, which I thought was a steep.

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