Buyers Products Introduces Aluminum Underbody Tool Box

The extrusion is designed with a rain gutter to help channel water away from the interior of the box.

Mon March 14, 2016 - National Edition
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Buyers Products’s line of heavy-duty underbody aluminum tool boxes are two-door barn style boxes constructed of 1/8-in. (.3 cm) thick aluminum with an extruded aluminum front frame for durability.
Buyers Products’s line of heavy-duty underbody aluminum tool boxes are two-door barn style boxes constructed of 1/8-in. (.3 cm) thick aluminum with an extruded aluminum front frame for durability.

Buyers Products's line of heavy-duty underbody aluminum tool boxes are two-door barn style boxes constructed of 1/8-in. (.3 cm) thick aluminum with an extruded aluminum front frame for durability. The extrusion is designed with a rain gutter to help channel water away from the interior of the box. The automotive bulb seal gasket seals provide weather resistance and heavy-duty bolt-on stainless steel hinges with ¼-in. (.6 cm) pins provide long lasting service. Lock everything up with a die-cast 3-point latch system with a built-in compression roller for smooth activation.

“The XD's extruded door frame is designed to be more durable for storing heavy construction tools and equipment,” said Dave Zelis, director of sales and marketing at Buyers Products. “The automotive bulb seal makes XD Heavy-Duty Series boxes the best choice for use under harsh conditions.”

The XD Series is available in several different sizes to fit your needs.

For more information, visit buyersproducts.com.




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