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Old June 18th, 2013, 09:20 AM   #1
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I am looking at the Lund Challenger Series 44" in bed tool box for my truck. I want something that I can keep my tools in, along with a jack, straps, hitches, and anything else I want to keep locked up. I want an in bed so I can also put a tonneau cover on the bed also. Does anybody have this series tool box?

What kind of tool box do you have and how do you like it?
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Old June 18th, 2013, 09:47 AM   #2
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Old June 18th, 2013, 11:21 AM   #4
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I'll check it out. Thanks
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Why dont you the get bed rail box? They make tannoue covers that fit beds with bboxes
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Why dont you the get bed rail box? They make tannoue covers that fit beds with bboxes
x2, I used to have a setup like that on my old ranger. I think it was an extang, or truxedo cover.


kind of like this.
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I thought about it. I just like the look of the full length tonneau covers. If I got a box that sat on the bed rails, I wouldn't even get a tonneau cover. But I already ordered a cover and will have it Thursday Lol
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I thought about it. I just like the look of the full length tonneau covers. If I got a box that sat on the bed rails, I wouldn't even get a tonneau cover. But I already ordered a cover and will have it Thursday Lol
I would defently check the weather guard boxes out. They are in my opinion the best box I have ever used. They are very tight and hold up better than any other boxes I have seen. They are also not cheap.
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I found an aluminum weathergaurd crossbox for $100 on craigslist a few years back. I need to replace one of the struts but weathergaurd makes a good box and all my shit stays dry in it. I just wish there was something I could do about the clear coat chipping off.
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