What are the best truck tool boxes?

  • Camlocker S71RLMB Crossover Box : Best Truck Toolbox for Wet Storage.
  • Lund Economy Line Aluminum Gullwing Cross Bed Box : Best Dual-Lid Truck Toolbox.
  • Undercover SwingCase Truck Bed Storage Box : Best Truck Wheel Wheel Toolbox.
  • TruXedo TonneauMate Toolbox : Best Show Truck Toolbox.

Can you have a truck bed cover with a tool box?

Keep your truck bed covered without giving up your toolbox by installing a toolbox tonneau cover. These tonneau covers are designed to mount on your truck in tandem with a standard 20-inch crossover toolbox, giving you the best of both worlds when it comes to cargo management.

Where are Craftsman truck tool boxes made?

FORT MILL, SOUTH CAROLINA WITH GLOBAL MATERIALS. We’re proud to continue expanding our U.S. manufacturing footprint with our factory in Fort Mill, South Carolina. There, our workers make select V20* power tools with global materials and take pride knowing they’re part of the CRAFTSMAN family.

How wide is a full size truck toolbox?


Specification Description
Product Height 19 in.
Product Width 20 in.
Special Feature(s) Deep full-size single lid truck box
Style Crossover

What size toolbox fits a Ford Ranger?

The dimensions of this box are 46-1/2″ Long x 19″ wide x 15-9/10″ tall which should work well with what you said… view full answer…

What is a low profile truck tool box?

The Low-Profile Truck Tool Box is the most durable truck box on the market. The low-pro design increases visibility when looking through your rearview mirror and stays out of the way when you’re turning your 5th wheel.

What is a tool box truck?

A truck bed tool box is an excellent solution to organizing your tools and equipment so it is in a secure place. This way the bed of the truck won’t get scratched up and dented by tools bumping around and it secures them from theft as well. There are a lot of different truck bed tool boxes on the market to choose from.

What is a crossover truck box?

A crossover truck tool box is a tool box that spans the width of your truck bed and sits behind the cab. They’re usually bolted to the rails of your truck. They’re a great way to store tools and equipment on your truck.