Dodge Tool Box
Truck Bed Toolboxes are available to fit all Dodge models.
Saddle Mount, Side Rail, Bed Floor, Wheel Well (pork chop), Underbody and Transfer Tanks are available for that will suit your tool storage needs and your budget.
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UWS Wedge Toolbox Review - 2003 Dodge Ram
Today, on this 2003 Dodge Ram Pickup 2500 Series with the 8-foot bed were going to do a test fit of part number uws01048 from UWS. This is our truck bed chest. All right, a couple of things to know about this tool box is that it is a wedge series, so the bottom is a little bit narrower over in the top. The lid is also offset; the offset lid allows you to push the box all the way up to the front of a truck, so you can still open the lid without hitting the truck itself. Dimension of this box are 62 inches long by 20 inches wide and 17 inches deep. It is all aluminum construction.
UWS Crossover Toolbox Review - 2008 Dodge Ram
Today on this 2008 Dodge Ram pickup were going to do a test fit of part number UWS06208. This is a low profile deep truck bed toolbox. A few things to know about this took is that its a crossover, saddle style toolbox that hangs from the truck bed rails. It has a full aluminum construction with fully welded seams. This version has a black powder coating to it. The locks for the lids are two large stainless steel twist style handles and the lock is on the drivers side.
UWS Toolbox Review - 2003 Dodge Ram
Today on this 2003 Dodge Ram Pickup, were going to do a test fit on the UWS Toolbox, part number UWS01042. Or test fit is going to be relatively straightforward. Were going to take the bow, place it onto the bed up by the cab and well go ahead and see how it looks. We can see when we pushed the box up towards the front of the bed, well need some clearance when we open the lid up. So well scoot it back a little bit and open up the lid and see how much clearance we need. At this point, you know where to locate the box, so you can properly install it.