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Delta Pro Steel Single Lid Crossover Toolbox

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    As the old saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." And if it ain't been broke for more than 40 years, it's probably never going to break. That's the exact way you'll feel about this Delta Pro Steel Single-Lid Crossover Toolbox.

    Sure, some of the "new school" metals used to make a toolbox are touted as lightweight. But this toolbox hails from the old school days when being called a lightweight was still an insult. Famous Delta Pro Steel reinforced body forging, twin rotary gear locks, a heavy-duty steel lid and self-aligning strikers make this Crossover Toolbox as solid as a tank. In fact, any punk packing less than 1,000 lbs. of prying force has no shot to get inside.

    Delta guards this Delta Pro Steel Crossover Toolbox with an Armor-Brite finish in your choice of white or black. And, your Delta Pro Steel Crossover Toolbox carries a 3-year warranty. Order one up today, and get the kind of secure storage heft no other box can beat.

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    Delta Pro Steel Single Lid Crossover Toolbox Customer Reviews

    Black delta pro steel crossover box

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    Reviewed by dylon b (BOTHELL, WA) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra — Feb 08, 2013 6:50 AM

    After my shipment was changed 4 different times I received my box 5 weeks later come to find out that it was dented and the paint was chipping off. I wanted the steel box because I figured it would be more durable than the aluminum ones. Well I was wrong. The box seems to be poorly made and was not what I was expecting. I needed a truck box bad and didn't want to wait another month for a different one so I just kept it. Wish I would have saved the money and bought the cheep Box from home depo.

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