Tool Boxes & Cabinets and Benches
Let the Tradesman 48 in. Aluminum Side-Mount Truck Box hold your tools, valuables and more. This truck box, with its push button and gas shocks, opens and closes effortlessly. It locks with a key.
- Enclosed storage for full and mid size trucks
- 0.060 Aluminum with a black finish
- Push button for easy access
- Heavy duty gas shocks for smooth open and close
- Keyed lock
- Provides an easy to access and secure spot for longer tools
- Solid Aluminum body construction
- Specifically engineered to resist body damage and protect the locking mechanism
- Boasts a reinforced lid with RSL bolster
- Dual gas spring lid lifts are self-rising
- Paddle handles constructed from leak-proof stainless steel
- Adjustable lid strikers
- Multiple color options
- Covered by a 1-year warranty
Replacement Passenger Side Front Leg for model 1200 & 1205 Truck Racks.Learn More
Features & Applications Do you occasionally carry ladders or long, light construction materials? Canoes, kayaks or surfboards? Whether it's work or play, the Quick Pak keeps your truck bed free for bulky cargo. The Kargo Master sidemounted ladderLearn More
- No Drill Clamp On Design: The uprights attach with special no drill clamps.
- Adjustable Height: The van ladder rack offers adjustable mounting legs. Adjust the feet to fit perfectly with the contour of your van roof.
- 500 lb. Capacity: The Economy Roof Rack features a 500 lb. cargo capacity, allowing users to safely haul needed supplies to the job site.
- Black or White Powder Coat Finish: All Kargo Master racks are sealed with a yellow zinc plating and then powder coated with a durable powder coat finish. You can choose either a white or black finish.
- Lifetime Warranty: Backed by Kargo Master. Learn More
Fits with 218-3 to upgrade from a 2-Cross-Member to a 3-Cross-Member Aluminum Rack
- Stainless steel hardware stands tough against time and weather
- Velcro straps assist in securing your ladder for transport
- Anti-wear protection on cross members protect ladders and building materials during transport