THE SYNCRO SYSTEM UPFIT OF THE ISUZU DMAX PICKUP: CHALLENGE – SLAM DUNKED!
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THE SYNCRO SYSTEM UPFIT OF THE ISUZU DMAX PICKUP: CHALLENGE – SLAM DUNKED!

UPFITTING A PICKUP – IT'S EASY WITH THE SLI.ALU!

Since the very beginning, Syncro System has been committed to our objectives of solving problems by coming up with new ideas to overcome challenges in order to come up with the very best solution for each individual client.
The result of this continuous research leads to innovations and solutions to major challenges or refining and improving products. This was the case with the SLI.ALU – looking at things from a new perspective and thinking out of the 'box', we were able to turn the challenge of the low roof of the pickup bed finding simple yet superb solution. Installing the slide on the pick-up, meant that the interior was no longer the only useful space, because it also makes use of the area immediately facing the rear opening of the pickup, protected by the door and easy to reach.

Everything started with a request made by a large multi-utility company in northern Italy to upfit their entire fleet of Isuzu Dmax pickups. The idea was to place a kind of floorboard over the pickup bed that folded over in two: Syncro System studied the problem and came up with the ideal solution.
The Syncro System technicians mounted a cargo slide on each pickup, which easily rolls out with the push of a button. On the slide, the technicians installed a floor panel covered with chequered plate aluminum. To this, they mounted a drawer unit with lateral drawers on the left hand side, and a drawer unit with front facing drawers on the right. Taking advantage of the side-opening back windows, it was possible to place two shelves at the top of the racking systems – one on each side of the cargo space and accessible by opening the windows. On the right, in easy reach, they placed a vise mounted on a sliding base. They also added a floodlight – extremely useful in low-light situations, or at night, to compensate for the lack of lighting in the vehicle.
The cargo slide used for these upfits is our newest version and has three locking positions: fully closed (slide completely inside), half way out, completely extended out – making operation as convenient for the worker as possible. To roll the slide in or out, one only has to press the yellow button in the middle of the sturdy double handles on the end.