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Old 05-25-2019, 06:13 PM   #1
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Sidebox Setups.


Just got these boxes from META last week and got them mounted the other day.

Interested to see what those of you running sideboxes have done shelf/ cubby wise on the inside.
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Old 05-25-2019, 06:42 PM   #2
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Re: Sidebox Setups.


So why didn't you show the insides?

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So why didn't you show the insides?
Thay are empty...lol
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Re: Sidebox Setups.


Sadly they dont fit things in cases well.
Coffee cans and totes
I had them when primarily roofing and siding. When I went full remodel I switched to a saddle box and packed the crap out of it as well as the extra cab. I still miss the full bed.
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My first boss had those boxes on his trucks. We would scatter $100s of material along the road when they would fall off taking a corner

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My dad had them on his 83 f250. He wasn’t the most organized person to begin with and I just remember as a kid every time he would open them lots of stuff would fall out.


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Those boxes are deep and tall. They also have reinforced angle steel on the bed side with supports. Hopefully he doesn't have them flying off any time soon.

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Lotta help you guys are....











Metal boxes can use magnets to hold things if not aluminum.
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I have to say Leo having that power block connected to solar is the bomb!
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Got the electric tool side done thanks to a rainy morning. Other side will be for pneumatics

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