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Old 12-19-2008, 03:57 PM
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Tool Box recommendations

I would like to get a toolbox for the truck. I was wondering if anyone had any recommendaitions on what to get. If you have any pics that would be awesome!!

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I have a UWS (United Welding Services). They're out of Florida and make a nice box. It has a lock and handles on both sides for easy access plus a crowned lid to keep water off of it. My only complaint would be that there isn't a recessed part to use a pad lock to lock it up. I could probably pop the lock with a crow bar.
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i went to my local tractor supply and bought one
low profile, deep, sliding trey, 200$ seemed like a good price
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The aluminum ones sure are nice and easy to install and they look really good. I acualy went with a diamond plate steel low profile tool box. I travel all over the us going to horse shows and I park in some really bad spots. I had a aluminum one that got broke into and it looks like the just used a screw driver to pry it open. If you dont go into any really bad spots I would deff go with aluminum. If you go with steel Make sure you have some one help you load it cause mine weighs a ton.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:01 PM
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gotta get one with a beer cooler.
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I hate to steal your thread, but does anyone know where to get a good toolbox, that can intergrate my stacks?
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:13 PM
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i went to my local tractor supply and bought one
low profile, deep, sliding trey, 200$ seemed like a good price
His looks good with stacks
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:18 PM
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His looks good with stacks
im at work, so I cant see pictures, but im gonna check it out when I get home.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:24 PM
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I was watching the Speed Channel and they were at SEMA andthey showed "Rocker Pod". They are steps for the side of the truck with storage. very cool.... Welcome to Ultimate Truck Gear
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I would go with a UWS like fordpwrstroke7 said. They are built real well and they can take a beatin
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