Tuffy Offers Under-Seat Security Solutions for Toyota Tundra Double Cabs

The boxes are ideal for securing long guns, as well as other lengthy tactical gear used by law enforcement personnel, the company says.

Tuffy Security Products, a leading manufacturer of secure storage for serious gear, offers the Model 313 Under Rear Seat Lockbox designed specifically for 2007-current Toyota Tundra Double Cab pickups. The boxes are ideal for securing long guns, as well as other lengthy tactical gear used by law enforcement personnel.
 
The Toyota Tundra Double Cab under-seat security box is built to the high standards found in other Tuffy Products security boxes, and is installed using the existing OEM mounting hole while not interfering with passenger comfort.  These boxes match the full width of the factory spilt seat design, and conveniently provide access to the short (right) side or long (left) side of the seat.  The box’s chamfered front corners allow unhindered passenger access to the back seat, and provide quick access to the seat release levers.  The stealthy design keeps the boxes and their sensitive contents hidden from view outside of the vehicle.
 
The Model 313 Toyota Tundra Double Cab Under Rear Seat Lockbox delivers over 3200 cubic inches (over 52,439 cc) of storage space.  
      
These under-seat boxes are made of 16-gauge, black textured powder coated steel, featuring welded tab-loc construction.  It features a pick-resistant 10-tumbler double-bitted lock with Tuffy Security Products’ Pry-Guard patented locking system to deter theft. The exclusive Pry-Guard latch mechanism allows the cover to shut without being locked, and delivers exceptional strength compared to other latches with 1/8-inch (3.18 mm) thick metal components and a welded steel striker.  The Under Rear Seat Lockboxes use a Pin-Lock hinge and a built-in lid stop for added security.  They also feature 100 percent weather sealing around the perimeter to combat moisture and dust intrusion.
      
These boxes install quickly without drilling the floor pan. The mounting system allows an officer to easily remove an Under Rear Sear Lockbox when the lids are unlocked, without tools.  Optional foam inserts, carpeted liners and Auto-On LED interior lighting can be added to these products for convenience and to cushion and protect the contents. 
      
“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.”

Specifications
     2007-current Toyota Tundra Double Cab, Model 313, Color: Black

     Exterior Dimensions: 55-3/8″ L x 12″ W x 6-1/4″ H – 5″ D (back) (140.7 cm L x 30.4 cm W x 15.9 cm D – 12.7 cm D (back))

     Interior Dimensions: 54-7/8″ L x 11-7/8″ W x 5-7/8″ D – 4-3/4″ D (back) (139.4 cm L x 30.2 cm W x 14.9 cm D – 12.1 cm D (back))

     Lid Opening: 31-3/4″ L x 10″ W (80.6 cm L x 12.7 cm W) – Large lid; 18-5/8″ L x 10″ W (47.3 cm L x 25.4 cm W) – Small lid

     Shipping Weight: 47 lbs. (21.3 kg)

     Fitment:  Toyota Tundra Double Cab – 2007-current

About Tuffy Security Products 
     Tuffy Security products safeguard valuable gear with American-made craftsmanship. The full line of Tuffy security solutions provide premium, superior protection against theft, enable safe cargo management, increase gear accessibility and offer the option of flexible keyless lock-entry for multiple users. Tuffy Security Products is a portfolio company of Kinderhook Industries and a sister company of Bestop, Inc., maker of Jeep and truck soft tops and accessories. For more information, visit Tuffy Security Products’ website at www.tuffyproducts.com or call 866-318-8339. Follow on Facebook: @tuffyproducts, Twitter: @tuffyproducts

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