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CRUX
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PostSubject: RIGID job box   Tue 06 May {-5}, 11:16 pm

I just picked up one of these. Fits perfectly in the back of my rig. Kinda heavy, but very secure. $179.99 + tax @ the Home Depot The small is about 19" tall x 32" wide x about 20" [img] [/img]

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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Tue 06 May {-5}, 11:21 pm

nice
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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Wed 07 May {-5}, 7:13 am

Did you remove your storage case or put the box on top of it or does it fit under it?
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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Wed 07 May {-5}, 7:22 pm

Duke wrote:
Did you remove your storage case or put the box on top of it or does it fit under it?
I cut the feet off. They were tack welded in just a few spots, so I cut, grinded the rough spots down, masked and repainted. I fits perfectly just under my home made rack with about 3/8" to spare. Double the protection. Now I can carry my Rigid 18v and various other tools aboard with no worries. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Thu 08 May {-5}, 9:12 am

sweeeeeettttttt!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Thu 08 May {-5}, 11:18 am

That thing is sweet! I really need one of those. Do you think it would fit pretty good in the 2dr? Or maybe the smaller one?
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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Thu 08 May {-5}, 9:56 pm

PJ wrote:
That thing is sweet! I really need one of those. Do you think it would fit pretty good in the 2dr? Or maybe the smaller one?

Thats the smallest one they make in that job site configuration. If it doesn`t fit with the rear seat down, it will def fit with it up.

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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Sun 22 Feb {-4}, 7:25 pm

To bring back an old thread..... got any pix of this setup? I am thinking about getting one, cutting off the feet and spraying it with bedliner. What did you mount it with?
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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Sun 22 Feb {-4}, 9:20 pm

Mr.RonGilbert wrote:
To bring back an old thread..... got any pix of this setup? I am thinking about getting one, cutting off the feet and spraying it with bedliner. What did you mount it with?
I actually didn't mount it, just had it sitting in back. I ended up selling it to my wifes son. The problem with my set up was I had to pull it completely out just to access the contents due to my rear rack. Fully loaded, I almost dropped the dang thing on my foot several times. I took it out and it sat in my parking area for some time. I finally said fuck it & sold it. It would be a great set up for someone that has plenty of rear room.

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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Tue 07 Apr {-4}, 8:38 pm

Picked one up and bolted it in. Left the legs and cut my tuffy cubby cover so I can still use it.

Still need to paint it, the oragne doesnt go to well with the red jeep.

Will post pics when I find the camera Mad

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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Tue 07 Apr {-4}, 9:21 pm

I did something similar with mine last year, I used a small box from Tractor Supply and bolted it in using uni-strut so it would be easier to attach and so it would still give me limited access to the cubby. I can't use the rear seat, but I never have used it anyway. Eventually I plan on making some modifications so i have some qucik connects for bolting it to the unit-strut, so I can loosen it and slide it forward to give me access to haul lstuff in the back..

Test fit


Parts and Pieces used for mounting




Painted to match gray interior


Installed with CO2 bottle attached
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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Wed 08 Apr {-4}, 7:57 am

Looks great. I like the matching paint.

I wish I could have utlized mine more efficiently. I wanted to put mine on a track as well, kinda like the ad you see for one of the bed boxes. Oh well, next try at it.

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PostSubject: Re: RIGID job box   Wed 08 Apr {-4}, 11:03 am

Looks great.
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