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Old 04-08-2013, 08:53 PM   #1
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I've been looking at locking glove boxs, I like the Smittybilt and Tuffy. What one do you have and could you post pictures?

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Old 04-08-2013, 09:05 PM   #2
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iv got a tuffy and i love it, ill post pics tomorrow

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I am going to get one of these too. The tuffy one is pretty expensive tho. My buddy has one and loves it tho.
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I would really love an under the seat slide out box like they make for the JK models. Haven't found them for YJ's though. Been considering trying to make a set.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:44 PM   #5
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The Smittybilt isnt to steep for price but havent seen it in a yj
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the ivault on quadratec is pretty much a knock off of the one from tuffy. i'm installing mine this weekened and will take pics
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I had the Smittybilt in my old 93. No complaints. Worth the money. I may get another one for my 95.

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Why not get a locking console instead? Way more room.
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I would really love an under the seat slide out box like they make for the JK models. Haven't found them for YJ's though. Been considering trying to make a set.
I've been thinking about getting this for my YJ.

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I had the Smittybilt in my old 93. No complaints. Worth the money. I may get another one for my 95.

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My only qualm about the Smittybilt is the lock. Tube locks aren't the most secure. Other than the lock mechanism, the rest of the body is a knockoff of a Tuffy. For the price, it's a nice upgrade.
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Sorry to revive the thread here... does the smittybilt allow you to open and close it without locking and unlocking? It looks like the latch is just a lock, if it is unlocked then it will just flop open.

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