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While there’s no doubt that Delta Pro’s truck tool boxes qualify as “working man’s truck bling,” there’s method behind the madness: polished aluminum diamond-plate is significantly lighter than steel, and resists oxidation, too.  The Delta Pro is a common sight at the job site.

And, after taking a long look at one you can see why: Truck boxes in the Delta Pro line start with function.  They’re large, and they feature deep recesses for maximum storage in your truck bed.  The lids are also aluminum diamond-plate, and are assisted by heavy-duty struts for easy access. The handles are almost always steel latch type pull handles and have key locks on them to keep your gear where it belongs.

These units are tough stuff.  Here in Texas there are people who don’t consider it a truck until it’s sporting a toolbox.  Street pricing starts at around $400.

Truck Toolbox [Delta Storage]
Street Pricing [Froogle]


3 Responses to Finds: Delta Pro Truck Toolbox

  1. benjamen says:

    I looked around for a long time for my truck box. I found Northern Tools had truck boxes very similar to what Delta offers at 1/2 to 2/3 the price. They seem to be about the same quality too. I’ve had mine for 4 years and had no problems

  2. Roscoe says:

    When that aluminum starts to get cloudy on the work truck that you still want to look snazzy- I recommend “Stainless Steel Magic” in an aerosol can from Ace and True Value Hardware. Put it on and let it set 5 minutes and you’ll wipe off a lot of gray gunk on a paper towel.

  3. Myself says:

    Aluminum’s natural gray oxide layer is what makes it last so long, that’s built-in protection! If you’re going to remove that protective layer, replace it with something that builds up an oxygen-proof barrier, like car polish or POR-15.

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