Delta Aluminum Single Lid Crossover Toolbox - Gen 2 Customer Reviews
28 Customer Reviews
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When you’re on the job site you need a quick and organized place to store the tools of your trade that won’t leave them vulnerable to theft or damage from changing weather conditions. Delta Aluminum Single Lid Crossover Toolboxes do just that with their handy RSL (Rigid Structural Lid) design. This 3-layer design features a tough outer shell, insulation and a lid liner that combine to protect your gear with strength and security.
Be sure that you’re getting high-quality protection with the Delta Aluminum Single Lid Crossover Toolbox-Gen 2. The sturdy design is specifically engineered to protect the locking mechanism and resist cargo damage. Plus, it boasts adjustable lid strikers, stainless steel paddle handles that are leak proof, and a self-rising lid with dual gas spring lid lifts. So you can haul it all and access it all, with confidence. And, your new Delta Aluminum Single Lid Crossover Toolbox-Gen 2 is backed by a 1-year warranty.
28 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Roy D (Orange, CT) — Sep 21, 2013 7:55 AM
Did not have the opportunity the check for damage when the box was delivered as was stated would happen by Autoanything. The toolbox had three dents in the corners of the lid due to inadequate packaging. Dents were easily bent back into place with a plastic hammer because the aluminim is not as thick as my last Delta tool box which was expected. If package better to avoid damage, I would have given it 5 stars.
Reviewed by Josh J (Beaver Dams, NY) — Feb 28, 2013 5:04 AM
I was away when my order arrived, so I told my brother to check the cardboard packaging box for any damage before singing for it. When I returned home after a week of work, I opened it up to become mad and disappointed . The lid on the drivers side was bent in like it was dropped and the inside weld was blown through. I checked the cardboard over and couldn't find any damage. I need my toolbox for work so I'm going to have to make it work.
Reviewed by Ruicheng L (OAKLAND, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 14, 2013 8:17 PM
It took a long time to receive the toolbox. The toolbox is not so high quality, it is really yo break in, and it was distorted when I receive. It did not look so well on the truck because it had two bottom steps which was different from the picture. It did not fit so well only truck. Overall, not a good toolbox but the price is cheap.
Reviewed by William H (ANDERSON, SC) — Oct 01, 2012 9:56 PM
I was not very happy with the quality of workmanship. The welds were not properly sanded it had a dent in the front side bottom that you can see. The box it was shipped in had no packing, just stuck in the box and two plastic straps.
Reviewed by Brett M (Wellsboro, PA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-150 — Jul 14, 2012 5:52 AM
Fits a full size truck crew cab with a short bed very nice. Plenty of room in the tool box for what I need and I still have some decent bed space. After a couple weeks of using it, the handle on the latch is worrying me. It is not a smooth operating latch handle system. I havn't had any water get inside of it yet. The weather proofing probably could be better. Overall, I like it and it works.
Reviewed by Dan C (Wellston, OK) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tacoma — Jun 28, 2012 10:02 AM
I liked the free shipping and it came with no damage anywhere. The key works in the lock just fine and it really is a nice looking toolbox all the way around. Super easy to install with the two J-hooks provided. Would be easy and fast to remove if needed. Totally satisfied.
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Asked by Anonymous
Apr 04, 2013 12:36 PM
2000 Nissan Frontier
Hello, I have a 2000 Nissan Frontier XE model, with 5ft wide and 6ft long truck bed – 16 inches deep Which one should I use? Mid or Full standard size and why black one is more expensive than polished? I also have a bed liner inside of my truck and I want to make sure the toolbox fits. Do you may have other tool boxes that you can suggest for my truck? Thanks!
Answered by Nathan S. — Apr 04, 2013 1:44 PM
Hi, Considering the bed measurements of your truck, it looks like the Low Profile Full Sized Toolbox will be the best option for your Nissan. The big factors are the width of the box in the bed, how deep it sits in the bed and how much of the box sits on top of the bed rails. The width of your bed provided is 60", our full-sized toolbox measures 59 1/8" in width, leaving a 3/8" gap between the bed opening and the toolbox on either side. The depth of the bed is also fine as it's 16" to the Low Profile box's 14 1/8". The only problem I see is with the width of the box on top of the bed. The flat portion on top of the bed is usually 3" or so in width so overall, your bed measurement will be around 66-67". With a 69 1/8" measurement, the Low Profile Full Sized Toolbox will stick out on either side. An in-bed tool chest that does not come over the top of the bedrail may be a better option.flag Accept Answer
Asked by carl v.
Jul 28, 2012 2:58 PM
2012 Toyota Tacoma
do i need to drill holes in my new 2012 toyota tacoma cargo bed in order to install this box ?.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 30, 2012 1:34 PM
Hi Carl, The best way to mount a box without drilling holes in the bed is to drill mounting holes in the toolbox and use J-bolts which are available at most hardware stores to grab the underside of the bedrails. Many tonneau covers attach this way.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Jeromie G.
Dec 26, 2011 5:35 PM
1993 Ford F-150
Will any of these fit my truck bed? i have a 6ft flareside bed.
Answered by eddie z. — Mar 15, 2012 5:57 PM 2005 Nissan Frontier
no,i tried a 6ft and it want be long enough need to be at least 64".flag Accept Answer