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Old 09-02-2004
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Anyone know where I can pick up a dimond plated tool box for a good price?
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well at home depot they have a tool box for 150 but the only draw back is that it isnt very deep.
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Tractor Supply Company, about the same price if not cheaper.
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Thanks, I'm looking for a deep box to keep all kinds of gear in.
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well home depot has a deep one too its just a bit more i dont remember exactly how much more it is tho
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http://www.uwsta.com/index.html

Search that site, you'll find anything you need :!:
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are you looking for a good one? or a cheap one? because i think what TheBob said is your best bet for good ones. I have a black UWS toolbox and it rocks.
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I'd go with a good UWS one or something. I have a $150 Deflecta-Shield one. It does the job, but I am constantly adjusting the latches it seems and the lock is not very good. Aside from that, it is great, but latches and locks help make a good tool box.
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I got the diamond plate one from Lowes for xmas last year. Its the low profile one, and I still have plenty of room for all of my crap and stuff to fit.
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Anybody have a box that SITS on the floor of our beds? and only sticks above the bed rails by 2-3 inches max (or maybe doesn't stick above the bed rails at all?)
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