EZ STAK introduces new EZ STOW pickup storage solutions

EZ STOW

With a history of providing storage solutions for mobile workspaces, EZ STAK has now introduced their new EZ STOW product line that focuses on the expanding market demand for pickup storage drawers. Their many pickup storage solutions are available for Chevy, Ford and Dodge pickup trucks.

Manufactured with high grade 0.100 North American aluminum the EZ STOW drawers provide a durable solution for contractors that want to secure and organize their tools and materials. The drawer fronts feature a strong formed top edge that acts as the handle with each drawer being supported with heavy duty ball bearing drawer slides. Another important feature is their unique EZ LATCH that allows for fast and easy one handed opening.

EZ STOW “MAXIMIZER 3”

EZ STOW “MAXIMIZER 3” Pickup Drawer Unit

EZ STOW “MAX 10”

EZ STOW “MAX 10” Pickup Drawer Unit

EZ STOW “MAX 40” Pickup Drawer Unit

EZ STOW “MAX 40” Pickup Drawer Unit

EZ STOW “SIDEKICK” Pickup Drawer Unit

EZ STOW “SIDEKICK” Pickup Drawer Unit

EZ STAKEZ STAK LLC
550 Albion Avenue
Schaumburg, IL 60193
Phone: 630.994.3300
www.EZSTAK.com

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