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Du-Ha container for under seat

partsman01
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So had been looking around and found this under seat storage, so I bought one and I must say I like it, it is a good idea for that space under the seat that I always crammed my stuff under.
I will post pictures of it from the add and the last one I hope will be of mine in place.




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blofgren
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It looks great! I went looking for one but they don't make them for the Megacab.....:(
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mitw44
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My F250 had a du-ha under the seat when I bought it used. I really like it.
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George3037
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partsman01 wrote:
jfkmk wrote:
I have the Husky storage in my F150 Supercrew and agree it's a nice addition. I'm not sure what is meant by some of the comments regarding it not being deep enough. It goes from the floor to the seat, I'm not sure how it can be any deeper.


My point was I only had been able to find pictures of the two companies products and the Husky in the picture I saw did not look as deep in the centre where it went over the hump, so went with the du-ha as it looked like it had more space if you had to cross over the hump with a long item.
So if I can ever see a Husky in person I would be able to measure it and compare.


That is my point also. The bottom of my Husky matches the contour of the floor and can only go as high as the seat bottom. In the OP's pics the distance between his seat bottom and floor is greater.

intheburbs
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Yup, I love mine in DD's Denali. Lots of storage space, and the tan perfectly matched the interior seats/carpeting.
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partsman01
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jfkmk wrote:
I have the Husky storage in my F150 Supercrew and agree it's a nice addition. I'm not sure what is meant by some of the comments regarding it not being deep enough. It goes from the floor to the seat, I'm not sure how it can be any deeper.


My point was I only had been able to find pictures of the two companies products and the Husky in the picture I saw did not look as deep in the centre where it went over the hump, so went with the du-ha as it looked like it had more space if you had to cross over the hump with a long item.
So if I can ever see a Husky in person I would be able to measure it and compare.

jfkmk
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I have the Husky storage in my F150 Supercrew and agree it's a nice addition. I'm not sure what is meant by some of the comments regarding it not being deep enough. It goes from the floor to the seat, I'm not sure how it can be any deeper.

ktmrfs
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they are nice. had one in my 04.5 duramax crew cab, and have one in my 2015.5 denali crew cab duramax.
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Old-Biscuit
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Under the rear seat of my truck is an OEM storage and folding platform

Nice place to store items out of the way

Like the looks of that Du-Ha rear storage box





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penguin149
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I found a used one on Craigslist. Didn't even know I needed one until I saw it! Works and looks great! Got lucky and paid $50 for it.
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bikendan
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i put a Du-Ha in my F150 Crew Cab. it is GREAT! much deeper than the Husky, so it holds more.

i love it and glad i chose it over the Husky.
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partsman01
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Some law enforcement officers might consider those firearms reachable from the driver’s seat. A no no in California. Otherwise tubs look great.





*The DU-HA acts as a legal gun case in 48 states. Click here for more information. Always check with your local authorities for the laws in your area.
The DU-HA acts as a Legal Gun Case in 48 states.
All but four states do not have gun case laws, making the DU-HA a legal gun case for long barrel firearms in almost every state. The 4 states that have gun case laws are Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa & Illinois.
In order to qualify as a legal gun case in most states, underseat DU-HA's need to have the back seat bottoms all the way down and latched. Behind-the-seat models need to have the backs of the back seat all the way up and latched. Regular cab DU-HA's do not qualify as a legal gun case in states with gun case laws, unless guns are first placed in gun sleeves before being placed in the DU-HA. When in doubt, check with your local law enforcement or DNR.

The DU-HA is a legal gun case in Minnesota. The states of Iowa and Illinois are pending approval.

George3037
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Husky under seat storage

This is the one I got. It fits snugly against the floor and up to the seat. Couldn't get one with more height. Exact fit for my Chevy. Looks like your truck has taller space under the seat than mine. I keep extra ratchet straps, axle straps, trailer hitches for other trailers, 12V work light, tools, remote control cable for tailgate lift and whatever else I have room for.

partsman01
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George3037 wrote:
Very nice.
I bought the Husky brand under seat storage unit for mine a couple years ago. Great to have a place to store things.


I only saw these online and the husky picture looked like it might not have had the same depth in the middle as the du-ha, although it would have been cheaper I could not tell if it was as spacious or I would have bought it.
But it is nice to not have stuff roaming around.

George3037
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Very nice.
I bought the Husky brand under seat storage unit for mine a couple years ago. Great to have a place to store things.