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Truck Tool Boxes
Whether you're a contractor or do-it-yourselfer, truck tool boxes are a great way to keep your tools organized and secure and your truck cab clean. Truck tool boxes come in two styles--cross box and chest style. The price and size of the box depend on the size of truck bed and the features you want, as well as how many tools you need to store. Chest boxes and cross boxes are installed in the same location at the front of the truck bed, beneath the rear window. Understanding the benefits and drawbacks of each kind can help you choose the right box for you. Cross boxes, also called saddle boxes, are the most popular because they're easy to install and offer extra room underneath for sliding sheet materials like plywood and drywall underneath. Cross boxes are also easier to access from either side of the truck bed than chest boxes because they rest over the top of the truck bed rather than inside. Because of the demand for the extra storage space underneath, some chest boxes now come with a slightly-raised center for sliding objects underneath. This makes them nearly as versatile as a cross box when it comes to loading sheet material in your truck bed. Chest boxes feature a raised section at the base as well as heavy duty lifting arms that hold the lid open for easier access. This chest can also double as a job-site chest because of its high capacity and superior security from reinforced steel. Although chest truck boxes are a bit harder to access from the sides of the truck bed, the advantage to the style is they don't use the side rails for mounting, so they work well with truck bed tonneau covers. No matter the style of truck tool box you choose, security is important.