Topside boxes provide ample storage and protection for your tools in your work truck and provide additional storage above and beyond the bed of your truck. Topside boxes, available in various sizes and variants.

Jobsite truck topside boxesJobox topside boxes have rugged .100-gauge aluminum reinforced doors, center post, and ends for superior strength, durability, and security. There is a three-point locking system for enhanced security. High-strength rigid doors, reinforced door frames and full-length piano hinges add to the usability of these boxes. In addition, rotating T-handles and strong door cables have been provided. All Jobox topside boxes include a mounting kit.


The 87-inch high capacity Jobox topside boxes offer ample storage. These boxes can hold taller and deeper items than standard boxes. The 16-gauge steel body with 14-gauge steel door, ends and center post, and high-strength, rigid doors with "C" channel edges and locking rod covers are some features. The automotive-style bulb weather stripping seals out moisture and dust. Polished stainless steel rotating T-handle has a reinforced cam lock with a sealed dish and double bit key cylinder. A mounting kit with heavy-duty support legs and coated galvanized steel aircraft cable supports that pivot on stainless steel rivets are both included with each box. 96-inch and 72-inch boxes topside boxes are also manufactured by Jobox.

Delta pro truck topside boxes

Delta PRO topside boxes provide superior security and easy access. Topsides mount on top of the side walls to keep the bed free for bulky cargo. A 3-Point locking system locks each door at the top and sides for greater security. The 12-in door opening provides easy access to larger items. Delta PRO’s topside boxes are best for storing longer tools and keeping the bed free for storing bulky equipment or materials. These topside boxes can be used individually or in pairs. A rain gutter in the door prevents leakage or moisture buildup. The automotive bulb weather stripping seals the door 360 degrees. An angled one-piece bolster gives rigid support. The 3-point lock system gives additional security. The 72-, 87- and 96-inch models are widely in use.

It is advisable to measure the length of your truck's side rails or walls to determine the length of the topside box that you wish to install in your truck. Topside or high-side boxes provide superior security, strength and easy access. Topside boxes are highly durable and space-efficient, giving you the best value for your money.

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