Many utility vehicles are used for professional purposes; they are popular with builders, plumbers, electricians, and other tradesmen. Other Utilities are privately owned, yet they are used for transporting heavy gear and carrying work equipment because that is part of the reason for buying a ute. As such, many Utes are outfitted with extra equipment, including bull-bars, racks, storage spaces, and toolboxes. These are used on a regular basis by professionals and are still used quite often by private owners.
Good Ute storage boxes for tools will last for years, and keep tools and other equipment safe. They are safe both in the sense that they can be locked away to prevent theft. And they are safe in the sense that the tools won’t suffer any damage when being transported. The right Storage boxes will also allow easy access to all the tools and equipment inside.
UTE Storage Box Features:
- Heavy duty
- Welded shelves
- Storage bins and rubber floor mats are available
- Available with or without sliding drawers
- Welded construction, strategic bracing
- Galvanized steel construction for corrosion resistance
- Primer coated and powder coated inside and out
- Top-quality fittings
- Heavy-duty 3-point locking system
- Fully sealed against dust and water
- Remote Central locking set to your car key is available
- Custom versions available
- Guaranteed for 5 years
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