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Old 02-14-2015, 01:15 PM   #1
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flush mount tool box

Help,

Looking for a flush mount GULL WING TOOL BOX, not a cross over...

Any help appreciated

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Old 02-14-2015, 03:03 PM   #2
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Couldn't find one for my Dodge so I had to go with a single lid one from Lowes. In some whys that's allowed me more choices on how and where I store things.
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Old 02-14-2015, 03:12 PM   #3
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True, I was hoping to try something diff, I don`t want to give up yet.

Thanks for your input..
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David,

Try looking into truck-tool-box.com. They do both stock and custom work and they have built both of my custom boxes and they are truly works of art!

They will build to your spec sizes and will ship anywhere.

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Old 02-15-2015, 06:01 AM   #5
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Lee,

Thank you , this is great will be calling them on Tuesday . As always Moc folks have most of the answers

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Lee,

Thank you , this is great will be calling them on Tuesday . As always Moc folks have most of the answers

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David,

Anytime....Here is a link to their Facebook page where there are pictures of the boxes they built for me. The last one for the back of the trailer which from order to shipping to receiving was 8 days.


https://m.facebook.com/pages/Truck-T...09632492493846

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Ok here is different idea. In the great state of Ca, security is our major consideration. I choose the "Job Site" tool box. I had the legs cut off to lower the profile. I store $8k worth of stuff in mine including a Generator. It's mounted to the truck from under the bed. The locks are nearly impossible to get too, each lock housed within the lid. Bought it a Tractor Supply and had it Rhino coated. Just another idea. I get questions and compliments about it everyday.

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Ok here is different idea. In the great state of Ca, security is our major consideration. I choose the "Job Site" tool box. I had the legs cut off to lower the profile. I store $8k worth of stuff in mine including a Generator. It's mounted to the truck from under the bed. The locks are nearly impossible to get too, each lock housed within the lid. Bought it a Tractor Supply and had it Rhino coated. Just another idea. I get questions and compliments about it everyday.
Pictures please.
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Michael,

I sent you a PM , I like your idea

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