Tuffy Security Products recently announced the addition of the Toyota Tundra Double Cab to its line of 313 Under Rear Seat Lockbox designs. The storage system secures firearms and equipment within a growing line of pickup truck models. The boxes accommodate long guns and other tactical gear used by law enforcement personnel.
Tuffy Under Rear Seat Lockboxes use the existing OEM mounting hole. However, they in no way interfere with passenger comfort, according to Tuffy. These boxes match the full width of the factory split seat design, and conveniently provide access to the short or long side of the seat. The box’s chamfered front corners allow unhindered passenger access to the back seat. Meanwhile, it maintains quick access to the seat release leavers. The stealthy design keeps the boxes and their contents hidden from view.
Tuffy Products Under Rear Seat Lockboxes
The under-seat boxes utilize 16-gauge steel construction, black textured and power coated. Each features welded tab-loc construction. It features a pick-resistant 10-tumbler, double-bitted lock. An exclusive Pry-Guard latch mechanism allows the cover to shut without locking. Meanwhile, a Pin-Lock hinge and built-in lid stop adds to the features.
The boxes install quickly without drilling the floor plan, according to Tuffy. The mounting system enables an officer to easily remove an Under Rear Seat Lockbox when the lids are unlocked, without tools. Optional foam inserts, carpeted liners and Auto-On LED interior lighting can be added.
“We feel the Toyota Tundra Double Cab Under Rear Seat Lockboxes meet the needs for long gun security for those in the law enforcement community who use these trucks,” said Tuffy Security Products Marketing Manager Chip Olson. “The boxes reflect Tuffy’s 28 years of providing the best of American design and craftsmanship in vehicle security boxes. The heavy-duty construction assures our storage solutions will protect expensive gear and supplies for the life of the vehicle and beyond.”
For more information, visit tuffyproducts.com.
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