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This is a discussion on Tool Box Feed Back within the F150 Ecoboost Accessories forums, part of the F150 Ecoboost Forum category; So I'm looking at getting a tool box for my new Eco and wondered if anyone had any experience with the Gevena brand? Never heard ...

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    Tool Box Feed Back

    So I'm looking at getting a tool box for my new Eco and wondered if anyone had any experience with the Gevena brand? Never heard of them before, but a couple of these would fit my needs nicely.

    Geneva Truck and Tool Boxes - Sidebed III Boxes

    Also strongly considering a WeatherGuard pork chop box because I know they are quality. But I'm concerned it will be too wide for both the box and my quad.

    WEATHER GUARD Pork Chop Truck Boxes

    Any thoughts or experience with either?

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    I looked at the Weather Guard but decided on the SwingCases. Nothing at wrong with the Weather Guard, the SwingCases just better fit my needs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaaLonghorn View Post
    I looked at the Weather Guard but decided on the SwingCases. Nothing at wrong with the Weather Guard, the SwingCases just better fit my needs!
    I like it!
    How sturdy/secure do they feel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaaLonghorn View Post
    I looked at the Weather Guard but decided on the SwingCases. Nothing at wrong with the Weather Guard, the SwingCases just better fit my needs!
    Where did you find these? What price?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaaLonghorn View Post
    I looked at the Weather Guard but decided on the SwingCases. Nothing at wrong with the Weather Guard, the SwingCases just better fit my needs!
    Yeah, the swing cases were one of the first boxes I looked at. I was concerned a plastic box would not hold up in the long run. Looks like you have a tonneau cover. Have you exposed them much rain or cold?

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    Side note, I've already tried a DeeZee Wheel Well box. Ordered p/n DZ95B. The side of the box looked like a tidal wave when it arrived. It wasn't shipping damage either. Not sure what middle school shop class they have welding those things, but they could use a little practice. Sent that piece back so they could try again!

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    The better built boxes are top notch. Probably buy a small box for straps and extra tools to fit in the front driverside of my box.




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    I'm thinking a bakflip with a swing out box on either side.
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    I've got the bakflip f1 and I like it a lot. Nice looking, easy install, class setup. I am thinking the swing cases also. I looked into the Bakbox, but didn't want to have to open the cover all the way to access it. I'm not dragging a bunch of stuff around with me, so I think the swing cases look like the best option for a bed tool box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tax Man View Post
    I've got the bakflip f1 and I like it a lot. Nice looking, easy install, class setup. I am thinking the swing cases also. I looked into the Bakbox, but didn't want to have to open the cover all the way to access it. I'm not dragging a bunch of stuff around with me, so I think the swing cases look like the best option for a bed tool box.
    I just need to hold straps, a monster hook, a small tool kit, and my detailing kit. Should be plenty of storage with two of them.
    2013 FX4 S-crew
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    Full Raptor Suspension w/ upgraded components
    Fiberwerx fenders with custom paint
    Rigid LED lighting
    Retro-Shop heads and Rigid DOT fogs
    Rockford Audio
    Method wheels w/ 37" ATZ P3's


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