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Old 11-14-2009, 01:26 PM
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Highway Products tool box?

end of october my truck got stolen, AND consequently so did the toolbox in the bed of my truck. Which means I am now in the market for a new toolbox. I had a Delta Champion which was nice but it was more or less an entry level box, but only having SUVs before i didn't really know what I wanted. I bought the gullwing style box and I loved it. I am looking at the side opening style again. Once i get my truck back, i'm gonna save up and buy a quality box. I have been looking at the Highway Products "gull wing" style box. I know it's expensive, but to me it's worth it.


this is the one I like

MY question is, who has experience with Highway Products and what do you think. No one I know has a Highway Products box, the only person I've seen around here with highway products box was the highway patrol DOT enforcement truck, it was a SD with a full bed setup goin on, he said he liked it.

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Old 11-14-2009, 01:34 PM
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Never had a highway product one, but my Dee Zee one is pretty nice. I'm pretty sure they make one similar to the one you posted...
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Old 11-14-2009, 01:37 PM
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You got a link or a pic?
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Highway products is super high quality stuff. Ranks right up there with weather guard.

There is no comparison between highway products and anything Dee Zee makes
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No Hiway Products here, either. They look like a real good product, though.

But, I will give you my opinion on boxes...I have owned ONLY 1 gullwing, never again. I work out of my toolbox everyday and would strongly suggest you consider the full lid type or whatever they call them.

One thing to remember about aluminum is that it will get that grey dust on EVERYTHING.
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No Hiway Products here, either. They look like a real good product, though.

But, I will give you my opinion on boxes...I have owned ONLY 1 gullwing, never again. I work out of my toolbox everyday and would strongly suggest you consider the full lid type or whatever they call them.

One thing to remember about aluminum is that it will get that grey dust on EVERYTHING.

my last toolbox was gullwing, I loved it

I don't work out of mytool box everyday, but I do use it alot for all kinds of stuff. I am gonna be getting a gullwing box, just my preference
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Old 11-14-2009, 01:46 PM
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and I believe DeeZee is just a rebadged Delta I wanna say I heard that, but IDK
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my last toolbox was gullwing, I loved it

I don't work out of mytool box everyday, but I do use it alot for all kinds of stuff. I am gonna be getting a gullwing box, just my preference
Well, Okay then................

Just thought I would share.
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Old 11-14-2009, 01:50 PM
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and I believe DeeZee is just a rebadged Delta I wanna say I heard that, but IDK

Sorta correct you just have it backwards. Delta is a rebadged DeeZee
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