|By PR Newswire||
|March 10, 2014 06:18 AM EDT||
TEA, S.D., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Durable truck boxes are a necessary investment for truck owners who want to prevent their gear from being stolen or damaged, and BackAlley Accessories demonstrated it has big plans for its patented load-and-lock system by introducing the Sidekick Line, a new line of truck boxes that sets the standard for quality and ease of use.
With two seven-inch, durable, non-marring rubber wheels, the Sidekick Line truck boxes are a triumph of ergonomics, as they can be wheeled around easily with minimal effort. In addition, BackAlley's boxes attach to truck beds via a self-aligning, sliding lock mechanism that holds them fast and releases them at the push of a button.
The easy load-and-lock action of the boxes allows them to quickly slide to the edge of an open tailgate at the push of a button. The tailgate can then be used as a pivot point, allowing for the use of simple physics to ease even the heaviest and most fragile equipment to the ground. From there, it is a matter of merely lifting up the handle and carting the equipment easily and safely to a hunt or a job site.
BackAlley Accessories products are made in the USA from tough, rust-resistant .125-gauge aluminum diamond plate, and are precision-welded by high-tech welding robots. The seven-inch non-marring rubber wheels, like the rest of the materials, are water and weather-resistant, and are designed to be reliable even after spending time in the elements.
Currently there are two variations of the Sidekick Line: the Sportsman Model 55 and the Contractor Model 55, both of which are available for purchase via the company's website, www.baaccessories.com. The Bright Aluminum Contractor Model 55 is priced at $750 and pricing for the Sportsman Model 55, which varies by color, starts at $800.
The Sidekick Line is the first of a planned many accessories that will make use of the company's patented load-and-lock technology, as it plans to be a reliable part of work routines and hunting trips for years to come.
BackAlley Accessories is a vehicle accessories manufacturer based in Tea, SD. Founded in 2009, BackAlley Accessories was formed out of the need to better engineer the standard crossover toolbox, which had seen few upgrades over the years.
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SOURCE BackAlley Accessories, LLC
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