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Lund 63-Inch Cross Bed Truck Tool Box, Single Lid, Low Profile, Beveled Bottom, Aluminum, Diamond Plate, Brite

Item# 00936955000P | Model# 9304 | Added on October 27, 2012 |
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Lund 63-Inch Cross Bed Truck Tool Box, Single Lid, Low Profile, Beveled Bottom, Aluminum, Diamond Plate, Brite
$368.96
$618.99
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63-Inch Low Profile Aluminum Cross Bed Truck Tool Box is ideal for storing boat, equestrian, motorcycle and snowmobile accessories and construction equipment. The low profile design provides you with maximum rear window visibility and aerodynamic styling for today's sleek truck designs. Made of aluminum, this box will fit on most mid-size trucks. The diamond-tread finish withstands unimaginable beatings, stays clean and scratchless and protects against water and rust. An electrostatically applied finish and Ethafoam mounting strips protect against abrasions and scratching. This box has a one piece, no sag construction and compact, out-of-the-way design with a notched lid and secure locking mechanism. Top mount boxes are a great solution for adding extra secure storage while not compromising your view of the road or the clean look of your vehicle. With waterproof gaskets and a front opening panel, this box is easy to open and does not leak. This product measures 63-Inches (L) “inside flatbed” by 20.5-Inches (H) by 15.25-Inches (W). Backed by 30-years of experience and brand, this 63-Inch Low Profile Aluminum Cross Bed Truck Tool Box comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty that protects against manufacturing and workmanship defects. Lund has truck, SUV, hunting, tailgating and other specialty box solutions in all shapes and sizes. Lund is well-known for building simple and high-quality tool boxes and truck accessories that are handmade, inspected and tested. Since 1973, Lund ... read more
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