Truck beds are great for hauling stacks of plywood, construction tools, or the occasional pack of sled dogs. Sometimes the bigger challenge is keeping items inside the cab organized and secure. Who among us hasn’t had all the junk in the cab fly forward during a hard-braking scenario? This could be dangerous if objects become projectiles and get lodged under a brake or throttle pedal. That’s why Tuffy now makes an under seat lockbox for the ’09-and-newer F-150 and Raptor. In less than half an hour, you can have a lockable security box under the back seat of your crew cab or extended cab Raptor or F-150. We started by flipping up the rear seats and removing the two OEM seat bracket bolts from the floor. We used a large screwdriver to create a gap between the vehicle floor and the seat bracket big enough to squeeze the Tuffy bracket in between. A Tuffy carriage bolt went into each bracket before we sandwiched it between the floor and seat bracket and reinstalled the factory bolts loosely (for now).We started by flipping up the rear seats and removing the two OEM seat bracket bolts from Once the brackets were in, we placed the lockbox in the vehicle and lined up the Tuffy brackets and carriage bolts with the mounting holes in the back of the box. Next we tightened down the OEM seat bolts and used the quick-release steel-threaded thumb screws on the inside of the box.Once the brackets were in, we placed the lockbox in the vehicle and lined up the Tuffy bra With the security box bolted down in the cab, we now had a storage locker that would protect our valuables and keep cab junk from rolling around on the floor.With the security box bolted down in the cab, we now had a storage locker that would prote Sources Tuffy Security Products 970-564-1762 http://www.tuffyproducts.com By E. Kuhlman Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!