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    Truck Tool Box

    I知 looking to get a topside tool box for my truck. I知 unfamiliar with most of the brands out there. Weatherguard is a little too pricey, so I知 looking for opinions on what you guys are using. Is anyone familiar with or have experience Lund or DeeZee?

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    I have a black one from Lowe's that's on my reclaim trailer. So far it's held up for over a year without any problems. Keep in mind though the trailer sits in a warehouse 70% of the time though.

    http://www.lowes.com/pd_398895-76354...=truck+toolbox

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    I've had a bad experience with kobalt boxes. Had bad latches and locks, atleast on mine.
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    I had a deezee 8 ft bed box (technically went back by the tail gate, I used it on my trailer) and it was made very well, I would have to think their standard boxes would be the same.

    I currently have a better built (which is lowes/kobalt) which is not as nice as my deezee, but its holding up just fine for less than half the price. As stated the hinges could be nicer, the gas shock could be better, but it's cost efficient.

    If I had the money sitting around I'd buy another DeeZee.
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    Awesome thanks for the input. I've never seen a deezee box in person, so i was skeptical about them.
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    An older thread, so maybe too late, but I recently bought a used Weathergaurd extra deep tool box for $250 from Craigslist. There were a few for sale in the $300 range.

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