New UTV Strongbox from Tuffy Security Products

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The new UTV Strongbox fits like a glove. — Tuffy Security Products photo

You are a Polaris RZR owner who needs a secure spot to put your camera, tools, equipment and other valuables. Check out the new UTV Strongbox from Tuffy Security Products. This heavy-duty lockbox is designed to fit 2014 and newer RZRs with the rear storage option. It is crafted of powder-coated 16-gauge steel and features Tuffy’s proprietary PryGuard II locking system to help prevent theft when the vehicle is left unattended.

The contents of this 4,800-cubic-inch box are accessed by using either a 10 tumbler, double-bitted key or a 10-button, high-security combination lock. The lid features a large comfortable handle and is supported by gas shocks. Easy to install, the lockbox does not require drilling into the bed so that users still have quick access to the engine and air filter.

Tuffy’s UTV Strongbox protects the contents against theft and the elements.

“As the UTV market grows considerably, so does the need for valuables to be protected,” said Chip Olson, marketing director for Tuffy Security Products. “We designed our new UTV Strongbox to be durable enough for UTV drivers no matter what type of environment they’re being used in.”

Based in Cortez, Colorado, Tuffy Security Products is a leading provider of heavy-duty storage security options for Jeeps and other automobiles. For more information, see the website.


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