Ute bodywork and canopy manufacturer Trig Point has honed forces with lighting supplier NARVA to offer a range of options for all the popular makes of four wheel drive vehicles, including some newer entrants such as the Dodge Ram.
Trig Point was started in Melbourne around three and a half years ago by production and design engineer, Murray Brookes. Having worked in the 4WD industry for a number of years, Murray had gained a thorough understanding of the off-road market and what customers wanted in a canopy.
“In developing our canopies, we’ve focused on making a design that better integrates with the cab chassis and provides OE quality,” Murray said. “The end result is a product that looks good but is also functional, durable and up to the tough challenges that many of our end users will put them through off-road.”
Trig Point offers many bolt-on internal options, allowing the owner to select from a range of dividers and partitions, fridge stands, draw systems and shelving options. The electrical and accessory choices are also plentiful with a number of power panel, inverter, Lithium and AGM battery kits and compressor kits available.
On the outside, customers can further select from a variety of additional equipment including tyre carriers, a fold down ladder which allows easy access to the roof, jerry can holders, solar panels, roof racks and more.
Among the Narva equipment that features in Trig Point builds are L.E.D tail lights, licence plate lights, dual colour (white/amber) L.E.D strip lamps, work lamps, fuse boxes and switches. Many builds also include electrical components from Narva’s sister brand, Projecta.