Tuffy Debuts New Underseat Lockbox

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Tuffy Security Products has introduced a high security lockbox created to fit under the rear bench seat of 2015 to 2018 Ford F-Series SuperCrew pickup trucks. The Model 344 is the second in the company’s line of lockboxes designed to fit under the 60-percent rear bench seats of crew cab pickups.

Featuring more than 3,800 cubic inches of lockable storage protected by the company’s patented Pry-Guard locking system and two 10-tumbler double bitted locks, the Model 344 is crafted to be easily hidden under the seats with chamfered corners while also providing plenty of room to store firearms or other valuables. Further protecting the stored items is the 16-gauge steel which comprises the box and an optional three-digit combination lock for keyless entry.

By creating a lockbox which fits under just two of the seats, Tuffy leaves the rear passenger single seat free to be lifted so taller items can be transported when needed or leave that space available for a subwoofer.

“Customers asked us to create a smaller under-seat lockbox for several different models. At Tuffy, we recognize that pickup products are not one-size-fits-all, so we created the Model 344 specifically for the Ford F-Series SuperCrew pickups,” said Chip Olson, marketing director for Tuffy Security Products. “The Model 344 joins the Model 340 which was designed to fit 2007 to 2018 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra crew cab trucks, and we’re currently developing a model for Toyota trucks as well.”

Fitting under the driver’s side and middle rear seats of the pickup, the lockbox is secured to the vehicle using the company’s mounting system which is accessed from inside the box itself. Model 344 lockboxes include the mounting system which consists of two 16-gauge steel brackets which attach to the back of the box and extend under the seat to the rear of the vehicle. The no-drill installation uses the vehicle’s factory hardware and can be secured to the pickup in under 15 minutes.


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