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DeeZee Low-Profile Crossover Style Toolbox Review - 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on our 2005 Chevy Silverado, we'll be installing the DZ Red Label Truck Bed Tool Box, low-profile, cross-over style, in black, part number DZ8170LB. This is also available in a chrome diamond plate, part number DZ8170L. We are going to go ahead and take our truck box and place it into position up against the cab. With our box in place, we will want to center it from side to side. Next we will use a paint stick to mark a place for our attachment points. Our attachment hardware will be a J hook that goes under the bed lip and through the box. It is secured with a washer, split-lock washer and a nut on the inside of the box.
DeeZee Toolbox DZ6535P Review
Today, we're going to be reviewing part number DZ6535P. This is the DZ specialty series storage box. It's going to offer about 3.6 cubic feet of space on the inside. It's made from a durable poly-plastic construction with a nice black plastic. It's got the rectangular design to it so it kind of symbolizes a tool chest design. The storage box is very durable and very rigid. It's got a nice sturdy durable design to it.
DeeZee Truck Bed Auxiliary Tank Installation - 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 3500
Today on our 2014 Chevy Silverado 3500 CrewCab, we'll be installing the DZ truck-bed auxiliary tank, part number DZ91752X in conjunction with the DZ connector kit of auxiliary tank, part number Dz97960. To begin our install, we'll first go ahead and put our tank into position. We'll be putting it in the truck bed up against the bulk head near the cab. If you are using this tank as an auxiliary to pump into another piece of equipment, you would simply center it in the bed and secure it. However, we'll be using it as a transfer tank. We'll first go ahead and remove the auxiliary tank plug. For this application, we'll be using a large handled shut off valve. A couple of these fittings we're purchased at our local hardware store.
DeeZee Toolbox DZ91717P Review
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20631Order #TC1049212325 Today we'll be reviewing part number DZ91717P. This is the DeeZee Specialty Series Trailer Tongue Toolbox for A-frame trailers. It's made from a nice heavy-duty durable plastic construction with 6 cubic feet of space. It's got a nice black color to it and it's got the nice thread design, adds a lot of detail and character to the box, as well as the DeeZee logo right here on the front. It's going to provide a secure, weather-resistant storage unit for your cargo, horse or utility trailer. It's made from a sturdy poly plastic construction, it's got the A-frame style so this is for use on your trailer tongue. Here on the front it's got the lockable, stainless steel latch that's going to provide a nice security point and add additional security for your belongings. As located on the front of toolbox, it's going to be easy to access. It can be locked with a padlock.
Du-Ha Humpstor Truck Bed Storage Box Installation - 2014 Ford F-350
Today on this 2014 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab, we're going to install part number, DU 70200, the Duha 00:00:08 Humster 00:00:09 Truck bed Storage Box and Gun Case. First thing we need to do is go ahead and do some assembly for our case. First off, we'll go ahead and put our handle on. It uses stainless steel hardware that go through the handle and through the holes of the lid. We open up the lid and on the backside here, we'll install a flat washer and lock nut. We get a 3/8 wrench and we use the provided tool on the other side to tighten it down. Next we'll go ahead and assemble our brackets that will connect to the bed of the truck and hold up the box. We're going to take one side, lay it down, and then this pad will go towards the inside edge of the box with a flange nut.
RC Manufacturing Toolbox 350980 Review
Today we are going to review part number 350980. This is the RC Industries A Frame trailer tongue toolbox with the black smooth finish. Now this toolbox is ideal for the front of a cargo, utility and horse A frame trailers. Has a very nice smooth black finish to it and it's constructed of a 14 gauge steel. On the very front here, you can see this nice locking stainless steel paddle handle that you can pull to release it. Has a guide plate and provide security for your belongings. You notice from the front here, it also has a lock which is on the front.
RC Manufacturing Toolbox 350970 Review
Today we're going to review part number 350970. This is the RC Industries A-frame trailer tongue tool box with the aluminum diamond plate finish. This tool box is ideal for front of a cargo, horse or utility A-frame trailer. It's an aluminum tool box. It's constructed of a 0.072 inch diamond tread plate material. It has the locking stainless steel paddle handle right here on the front. Turn it to open it.
RC Manufacturing Toolbox TBT1414-30 Review
Today, we're going to review part number TBT1414-30. This is the RC Industry's A-Frame trailer tongue tool box, with the black textured finish. This is ideal for the front of a cargo trailer, a house trailer, a utility trailer. It has a nice textured finish, which is constructed of a 14 gauge steel, has the locking stainless steel paddle handle with the guide plate. It help provide security for your belongings. As you can see, it has a lock right here on the front of the tool box, and it does come with the two keys.
DeeZee A-Frame Trailer Tongue Toolbox Installation
Today on our A-frame utility trailer, we'll be installing the Dee Zee Specialty Series Trailer Tongue Toolbox, part number DZ91717P. We're going to begin by setting the box up on the trailer's tongue and seeing exactly where we'll need to mount it. Because our trailer has a difference in height from the side rails on the tongue to this cross brace, we use a couple of flat washers to space it up to make sure that the box doesn't crush down when we attach our mounting hardware. With our box in the position that we want it, we'll go ahead and raise the lid. Now, we're going to go ahead and drill the two front holes through the box from the inside and mark our trailer frame with the drill bit so we'll know where we need to drill all the way through. Next we're going to go ahead and measure for our rear holes. Now that we've drilled each of our rear locations, we'll go ahead and again slide the box off and finish drilling through the trailer tongue. Now that we have all four holes drilled, we're going to go ahead and take our spacer washers and set them over each of the front two locations.
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