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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-20-2007, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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tool box and where to get one?

I want a tool box for my bed. any recommendations on what type or where i can get one? home depot?

got a white 05 long bed extended cab. i want a black diamond plate box to sit up against where my cab is in the front of my bed.

i am going to eventually run my nitrous from it and also my air compressor for my train horns. is their ones that have a removable or slidable top shelf i can put small tools and tie downs in? if not ill just have my one buddy that welds make me one. i know its added weight of a hundred pounds or so? but it will help me look more like a sleeper when i get my new turbo


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Re: tool box and where to get one?

if you have any TSC stores around you they always have a big selection of truck tool boxes thats where i got my black one

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Re: tool box and where to get one?

i live in socal, and it sucks...they advertise out here on TV and i always want to go to one...but i havent seen any around here.


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Re: tool box and where to get one?

I know the lowes around hear in phoeniex sells them. Im getting ready to by a chest style. They dont cost to much.

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Re: tool box and where to get one?

TSC, might also get a large roll around chest type work box from Home Depot & bolt er down good. They will fit, cost about the same, & are very tough!


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Re: tool box and where to get one?

I have a deep rail mount from home depot had it for 5 years.

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Re: tool box and where to get one?

yea TSC ive found to have the cheapest price, but you can check out any truck outfitter store, they typically cary UWS or similar tho, and can get spendy.

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find a John Deere Dealership
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a lot cheaper then anywhere i could find
trust me i worked at one

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Re: tool box and where to get one?

I have a diamond plate chest type box that does not stick up over the frame rails. It sits down inside the bed so you can still run a Tonneau cover if you want. I wouldn't have it any other way, I love the look.

Just a though.

I had a weather guard box in my 91 that was TOUGH. Had 4-5 people sitting on it many times, 4 wheelers on it, etc and it never bobbled.
Don't know the brand of my current chest type, but it's a POS.
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