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FS: DEE ZEE 8537B

Discussion in 'Florida' started by TAC1, May 14, 2013.

  1. May 14, 2013 at 3:28 PM
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    TAC1

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    Hello Forum,

    I am selling my Dee Zee 8537B tool chest. I am buying a hard tonneau. If not for that I would keep it. Look at the pics for more info & so you can have an idea as to how I installed it. I paid $300 last November, I believe. I am asking for $200. You pay shipping or maybe we can meet halfway. Let me know if you have any questions. Here are the specs:

    Color : Black-Tread
    Part # : DZ 8537B
    Volume : 6.4 Cubic Feet
    Length : 37.125"
    Width 1 : 19",
    Width 2 : 2.4"
    Height 1 : 15.9",
    Height 2 : 13.1"

    Here are the pics:
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    This pic shows how it is bolted down on the inside:
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    I installed these washers on the handles because the bolts are round but the slots are rectangular so I wanted to eliminate the risk of water going in.
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    I removed the plastic DEE ZEE sign so I installed these nuts/bolts so that the holes don't let water in.
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    After doing all of this I noticed a flaw in this corner so I had to silicone a tiny hole there. It was too late for me to return it since I already did everything else.
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    For added security against water I also drilled one small hole in each corner.

    BTW, The tool tray is included also & it is flawless since I never used it.
    Thanks
    :D
     
    Last edited: May 14, 2013
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