SINGLE CAB / EXTRA CAB SLIDE ON CAMPER
Trayon’s Single cab slide on camper can fit on most Extra-cab vehicles as well. All Single-cab/Extra-cab campers can sleep a third person inside, the lounge converts into a third bed.
Trayon make 3 model sizes in the Single-cab/Extra-cab campers. These sizes exist to accommodate the different vehicles and tray sizes. The 1830, 1980 and 2100 are the model names and are indicative of the width of the camper (eg: the 1830 is 1830mm wide) Please note that the Trayon 2100 model is only meant for extra wide wheel base vehicles like trucks and American vehicles The dry-weights of each size is listed at the bottom of this page.
Go anywhere…set up in under 5 minutes
Weighs less… Contains more
Made in Australia…not China
3 grades to choose from
TRAYON’S TRAY MOUNTED CAMPER
offers the camper and traveler a multitude of features which add up to a very versatile unit for travel. As well as comfortable living and sleeping quarters with a well equipped kitchen which includes built-in cupboards, table (converts to a single bed), seats, Double bed, fridge, stove, water tank, water pump, sink, gas bottle, cushions and camper legs for free-standing, the less obvious features deserve a mention.
SHADE & SPACE
By simply flipping the roof over, you immediately have an instant shady awning, a covered entrance into instant living and sleeping quarters and with the optional addition of a flyscreen or canvas annexe, the living area can be easily extended.
STANDARD (1830 or 1980 or 2100)
DELUXE (1830 or 1980 or 2100) – (OUR MOST POPULAR GRADE)
DIESEL DELUXE (1830 or 1980 or 2100)
This is the top of the line model, instead of using a Gas appliance to give you hot water, the Diesel Deluxe uses a diesel-powered appliance to supply constant hot water and the added benefit of internal cabin heating.
EXPLORE THE TRAYON 1980 DELUXE IN 3D
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
We kept our first Trayon for three years, criss crossing Australia and ticking off all the iconic 4WD tracks at least once. We did the Canning Stock Route (from Well 23 to 51) four times, three by ourselves! We didn’t shy away from tracks that were, and still are, unmarked on HEMA and VMS maps. The Trayon performed flawlessly.