Weather Guard Model 116 Now 10% Off












Product Description

The Weather Guard Model 116 truck box is perfect for on-the-job duties. With its height of 18 and ½ inches, width of 27 and ½ inches and length of 71 and ½ inches, it is the perfect size for storing tools, blueprints, safety equipment and anything else needed to run a job site. This truck box comes equipped with the EXTREME PROTECTION® lock to keep all of your valuable tools and personal items safe and secure. This box comes in a black or white ARMOR-TUF® powder coat finish. Right now at National Ladder and Scaffold website, there is a 10% off sale on Weather Guard truck boxes. The sale runs through August 31st, 2013. Use promo code wguard10 to take advantage of this sale today!

  • Height: 18 1/2 inches
  • Width: 27 1/2 inches
  • Length: 71 1/2 inches
  • ARMOR-TUF® powder coat finish

Weather Guard Truck Box Reviews

“I was driving my truck on the freeway, going about 60 mph, when the tread separated on the left rear tire. I hit a temporary highway sign and the truck went in the air, twisted around and landed upside down. After I knew my wife and I were safe, I realized my WEATHER GUARD Truck Box was still locked. The truck was totaled, but the box didn’t even open. Inside the box, I had a bunch of small hand tools, a power saw, drill bit and nail sets stuff you need for construction work. It was easily more than $1,000 in value. But nothing was damaged, just jumbled. More importantly, the tools weren’t all over the highway. It’s really a quality box and very secure.”
- Wesley, Bakersfield, CA

Written by a customer while visiting

“After packing up and leaving a jobsite with the tailgate down on my truck I headed to a supply house to pick up a shower base. I did not realize my PACK RAT® Tool Box was not fully closed. The tailgate was left open by mistake. The drawer of the tool box started to open as we went around the corner and speed increased. I did not realize this right away. On the freeway a couple cars ahead of me, one car rear ended another and brake lights came on all over. As I am about to hit the breaks I hear a horn behind me — a car is about to slam into my tailgate and I realize the tool box drawer is way out there. I decide to get onto the shoulder rather than hit the car ahead of me. The car behind me does the same but slams into the drawer of the tool box as I start slowing down. The drawer closes as the car hits it and the tailgate. Once we all stop, the car behind me has a damaged grill and headlight and a small dent and scratch on its hood. I have a damaged tailgate. The PACK RAT Tool Box is fine other than some minor scratches on the drawer. I lost a few sawzall blades along the way but other than that the PACK RAT Tool Box works fine and kept all its contents during this escapade.”
- Carl, Bloomington, MN

Written by a customer while visiting


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