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Dee Zee 95P

Wheel Well Tool Box Length: 37"

Dee Zee 95P


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Dee Zee 95P Wheel Well Tool Box Length: 37" $142.99
Wheel Well Tool Box
  • Length: 37"
  • Width: 7.75"
  • Height: 19.5"
  • Volume: 2.2 cubic feet
  • Fits Driver or Passenger Side

  • Dee Zee 95P Details

    Wheel Well Tool Box

  • Lockable Lift-Up Lid
  • Sturdy Piano Hinge
  • Fits Under Most Tonneaus Covers

  • Specifications:

    Opening Type
    Single Lid
    Wheel Well
    Manufacturer's Part Number:

    Dee Zee developed this go-anywhere polymer utility chest to be the perfect storage solution for the workshop, job site, or family vacation. Constructed from strong and lightweight polymer materials, this polymer storage chest is the easiest and quickest way to add storage wherever you need it. Anywhere you can think of, you can use this utility chest for storage, inside or outside. Molded cup holders on lid provide a convenient place to store your beverage, and makes a perfect quick table anywhere you might need it. A foam gasket around lid helps keep water and dirt out, making this storage box very weather resistant. The lid features built in locations to utilize a pad lock, provided by you, to maximize your cargo's security.

  • Heavy Duty Polymer Construction Resists Warping
  • Double Wall Lid For Extra Support
  • Classic Brite-Tread Pattern
  • Cup Holders Molded Into Lid
  • Molded Locking Tabs For Security
  • Padlock Not Included
  • Two Sizes to Choose From
  • Limited-Lifetime Warranty

  • Will this fit my GMC Sierra

    Asked by: Bill 35
    These are universal fit and not vehicle specific. It will require 37 inches of room to fit. A measurement on the vehicle may need to be taken first.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2018-02-20
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