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New Safe idea for rear seat of Raptor input requested

Discussion in 'Lock'er Down Security Products' started by rgnewell, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. rgnewell

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    I would input and interest in a new safe for under the rear seat of the Raptor.
    I made preliminary sketches for brackets and a rear safe to go on the left side of the rear floor board on the F150 with the sub woofer on the right.
    The new safe will be 37"X12"X6". It will mount without any modification to the vehicle. I don't have a price yet, but it should be in the $450 to $600 price range. The 37" length should accommodate many long guns including AR's, laptop computers and many other valuables.
    I have had several request for such a safe, and would like to judge interest.
    When I get a firm price, I will offer a discount over and above the 10% off using the FRF discount code.
    Thanks,
    Bobby Newell
     
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    Not sure you can get 37" under the seat? Will it be similar to the Tuffy box?
     
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    That does sound interesting. I bought from Bobby before and would not hesitate to do it again.
     
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    37" is the max, I measured a Raptor yesterday.
    Mine will be similar to the Tuffy, I guess, but mine will be 12 gauge vs. Tuffy's 16 gauge. Looking at the photo on their site, it looks as though you can just unbolt it and take it out. With my model, you must open the safe to get it out.
     
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    You have to open the Tuffy to get it out. It uses existing bolt/nut holes from inside the box.
     
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    Sounds like a good idea.
    Can you incorporate a way to lock the rear seat down in the SCREW?

    Yukon Joe
    www.RUNRAPTORRUN.com
     
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    I might be interested I needs to find a solution for keeping a gun or two in my truck
     
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    If you have a 2009 or newer F150 with the shifter on the console, I already have a solution.
    F150 console safe

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    https://www.tuffyproducts.com/images/product/medium/423_3_.jpg
    It looks to me there are two exposed bolts.
     
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    A 16 inch barreled AR should fit, but a shotgun would probably need a pistol grip stock.
     

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