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I have seen several posts here about a rear storage box from Tractor Supply. I don't happen to have a TS anywhere near me. I did some google research and found several places that sell the exact same box under a different name and without the Tractor Supply label on it for as much as $20.00 less.
the box is made buy buyers products.
do a google search for buyers products 32 inch tool chest and several will pop up. I got mine at home depot delivered for $89.00
Walmart sells them, Target, Amazon.

anyway, just thought i would pass it on.
 

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This is the Rubbermaid 35-quart box. Fits like it was made for the Talon. Get some D-rings from Harbor Freight and some straps and clips from Amazon and tie down to the D-rings in the bed. Extra muffler 'cause I don't like noise.
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Got a black Sterilite box at Walmart, fits like it was made for the Talon cargo area, made of heavy plastic, has a lid that clamps down and can be locked, only $30.
I was wonder if you had an update on how this is holding up? And if dust is a big problem. I looked at the box at Wally World. Seems to be useful. Thanks.
 

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I have seen several posts here about a rear storage box from Tractor Supply. I don't happen to have a TS anywhere near me. I did some google research and found several places that sell the exact same box under a different name and without the Tractor Supply label on it for as much as $20.00 less.
the box is made buy buyers products.
do a google search for buyers products 32 inch tool chest and several will pop up. I got mine at home depot delivered for $89.00
Walmart sells them, Target, Amazon.

anyway, just thought i would pass it on.
Great tip. Since it's been a little while, can you provide an update? How's it holding up, and does it stay sorta clean inside? Thank you.
 

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Great tip. Since it's been a little while, can you provide an update? How's it holding up, and does it stay sorta clean inside? Thank you.
I have been using it for several months now. Its holding up great. I put a rubber weather strip around to help seal it and it has been absolutely dirt free inside. I keep tools, a small ise chest and jackets inside when riding and everything has been clean and dry.
 
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