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Old 06-26-2011, 02:27 AM
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So I am tired of having all my crap just laying around in my back seat(jumper cables, tow strap, first aid kit,etc) so I did a little research and ordered one of these. I hope it works good like all of the reviews I read said. Anyone else have one? If so, how do you like it? Anyone with other brands of the same type of thing feel free to chime in.

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I am not sure if it will be flimsy because of the materials its made out of, but as long as it isnt too bad I will be happy since I will not be keeping anything of value in it. They also make a lock kit for it but I read some reviews of being able to pull the plastic out from the front and reach your hand in. It is not a safe but seems really good for organizing.

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I have a toolbox for that, so no. lol
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hey thats cool. but my rear bench doesnt fold
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hey thats cool. but my rear bench doesnt fold
Ahh that might be why they are for only 03-up. I was wondering because 99+ are pretty much the same basic interior.
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Mine folds up, but the back doesn't fold down like on the newer trucks, just the bottom.
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So I am tired of having all my crap just laying around in my back seat(jumper cables, tow strap, first aid kit,etc) so I did a little research and ordered one of these. I hope it works good like all of the reviews I read said. Anyone else have one? If so, how do you like it? Anyone with other brands of the same type of thing feel free to chime in.

Official DU-HA Website // Storage Solutions for Ford Trucks

I am not sure if it will be flimsy because of the materials its made out of, but as long as it isnt too bad I will be happy since I will not be keeping anything of value in it. They also make a lock kit for it but I read some reviews of being able to pull the plastic out from the front and reach your hand in. It is not a safe but seems really good for organizing.
I have the one that replaces the oem box behind the seat.2006 Ford F350 Super Crew Cab Truck Behind Seat Storage From Du-Ha. It's all right but the price is high for a piece of molded plastic.
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hey thats cool. but my rear bench doesnt fold
That's cuz your truck is lame!

Armyguy209, thanks for the link! I'll have to look into one of those eventually.

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That's cuz your truck is lame!

Armyguy209, thanks for the link! I'll have to look into one of those eventually.
Ain't that the truth.
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Old 06-26-2011, 01:17 PM
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I have the one that replaces the oem box behind the seat.2006 Ford F350 Super Crew Cab Truck Behind Seat Storage From Du-Ha. It's all right but the price is high for a piece of molded plastic.
Yeah I saw those too. I liked where that is at because it seems like you would have alot more room to put stuff since it is alot deeper. Only problem is that my stereo takes up all of that area so I had to go with the under the seat model.
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