Toyota Tacoma Bed Security Lockbox
SKU: 161

Tacoma Bed Security Lockbox - Tuffy Security Products
  • Over double the amount of lockable storage than the plastic Factory box
  • Exclusive 10 tumbler double bitted lock with built in weather seals
  • Pry-Guard locking system featuring 1/8” thick welded steel components
  • Anti-drip lip on the top edge for Weather
  • Welded 16 Gauge steel construction
  • Easy install, No Drilling
  • Durable texture powder coat
  • Added security with Pin-lock hinge design
  • Weather seals for lid


Part #: 161

Colors: Black

Exterior Dimensions: 17 3/8” W x 13 1/2” H x 7 1/2” D

Interior Dimensions: Top angled section clearance is 4 1/8” H x 14 3/8” W x Aprox 8” Deep, Bottom vertical section clearance is 4 3/4” D x 14 3/8” W x Aprox 6 3/4” H

Shipping Weight: 16 lbs.

Product Description

This 16 gauge steel security box replaces the plastic factory storage unit located in the Toyota Tacoma truck bed. The innovative design of the Tuffy replacement lockbox has 710 cubic inches of lockable storage which is over double what the original factory model has.

It features Tuffy’s exclusive Pry-Guard Locking System with a 10 tumbler double bitted security lock with built in weather seals. The design incorporates a continuous steel hinge, weather seal, welded construction, and a durable powder coated finish.

This heavy duty lockbox bolts to the factory holes in the Toyota Tacoma truck bed without any drilling. Mounts standard on the left side of the Toyota Tacoma bed but can also be mounted on the right side on models that did not come equipped with the optional power outlet.



Toyota Tacoma 2005-Current (Mounts on the left side of the bed standard, can also be mounted on the right side on models not equipped with the optional power outlet)


No drilling, mounts to original factory holes with OEM hardware. View Assembly Instructions PDF
Customer Reviews
# of Ratings: 3
1. on 4/1/2019, said:
This thin metal box is okay and improves the volume of the truck bed storage compartment, but not by much. The real sham is that Tuffy actually expects that a normal person can easily install this thing. Installation requires using the existing Torx bolts. But the design is so poorly conceived that I literally had to search online for three months to find a tool that was up to the task. In order to secure the box, the bolts need to be snugged pretty tight. Finding a driver that could put the necessary final torque on a Torx bolt while at a 45-degree angle without stripping out the bolt or ruining the driver was an epic struggle. I'm pretty sure I'll never be able to uninstall it now that it's in. So here's the other fun thing: This box will rust like Neil Young's breeches, and it's not air- or water-tight. So smart people will do something to create some manner of corrosion resistance before installing it. I coated mine with 10 coats of Plasti-Dip. It has held up to the elements for about three years. So far, so good. I am certain that if I hadn't done this, the box would be a useless rusted-out hulk permanently attached to my truck. Bottom line for Tuffy is two things: 1) If your only job is to make Security Products for people, then you ought to be sure that the things you make aren't poorly made and poorly designed because, well, making sure they work is YOUR job, not the customer's; and 2) If you charge a premium price, it ought to be a premium product, which basically means the customer should have to waste 48 hours ensuring that your stupid box won't rust away after its mounted to their vehicle. This was my second Tuffy product. They fooled me twice. Shame on me, I guess. But there won't be a third.
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2. on 2/21/2019, said:
Complete Junk! When it arrived, there was a huge line through the front door. Upon closer inspection, THE ENTIRE THING WAS RUSTING and the "powder coat" was bubbling & flaking off. The previous was completely correct, its just stamped steel spot welded together. Completely NOT WEATHER RESISTANT. Im the type that likes to DIY so i completely stripped the "powder coat" and re painted the entire thing. We will see how long it lasts, but i dont have very high hopes. Tuffy, you should send a refund for all the labor i had to put into this thing. Now i wish that i had just returned it. This is my first & last Tuffy product!
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3. on 4/24/2018, said:
For $200 I expected much higher quality. It’s a stamped sheet metal puzzle that’s spot welded together. The supplied weather gasket is pure junk and water, snow, ice, and sand can get inside. The interior of the box is full of holes and not fully welded. So good luck keeping anything of value safe from the elements. I guess they left holes on the interior because the weather seal won’t keep water out and they need someplace for it to drain (positive they didn’t design it that way) This is a really poor attempt by Tuffy, pure junk, returning it for a refund. If you put another $10 into it to finish the welds, supplied a better gasket and coated the interior this would be a great box, but Tuffy has decided to go Chinese cheap and over charge for something that can be easily replicated, which I’m going to do.....
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