Offering more than 3,000 cubic inches of lockable storage, the Model 353 features a full-width formfitting design which is completely concealed from view when the seats are lowered.
 - Photo courtesy of Tuffy Security Products

Offering more than 3,000 cubic inches of lockable storage, the Model 353 features a full-width formfitting design which is completely concealed from view when the seats are lowered.

Photo courtesy of Tuffy Security Products

Tuffy Security Products has introduced a brand new rear underseat lockbox to their product line: the Model 353, which is designed specifically to fit the 2019 Ram pickup and fits discretely under the 60/40 split bench rear seat. 

Offering more than 3,000 cubic inches of lockable storage, the Model 353 features a full-width formfitting design which is completely concealed from view when the seats are lowered. The design on the Model 353 allows the full-width under the seat to be used to organize and secure anything stored inside. 

Tuffy also offers an optional feature of twist-to-lock pressure fit dividers specifically created to fit the Model 353, allowing users to further organize the lockbox to suit their needs. 

Each lockbox is secured by Tuffy's patented Pry-Guard Locking System with a 10-tumbler, double-bitted security lock with built-in weather seals. Tuffy's Pry-Guard Locking System features 1/8-inch thick welded steel components. The durable lockbox is comprised of 16-gauge steel with a texture powder coat finish to securely store anything locked inside. The weather resistant lid protects the contents from the elements while the exclusive hinging system with a built-in lid stop supports the lid when open. The lockbox comes complete with an innovative mounting system which can only be accessed from inside the unit.

To mount the lockbox under the seats, simply use the OEM hardware on the floor of the truck under the bench seats. No drilling is required to install the Model 353 under the rear seat, so the unit can be quickly installed and removed without tools. 

For more information, visit Tuffy

Originally posted on Work Truck Online