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The new 2014 Sierra and Silverado Crew Cabs are in route to dealers around the country. Lock'er Down is in the pre-production stage of building the first console safe for this model truck. This is for the trucks with full console. The SHOULD be ready for shipment by the end of June, if not, first half of July. The first run will sell out pretty fast, so order yours now. If you order with credit card, your card will be authorized when the order is placed, but not charged until your unit is ready to ship. As, I said they will go pretty fast, one customer has already ordered 8.



MSRP is $289, pre-order price is $275, and don't forget your 10% discount code to use at check out "GMFS" This will lower your price to $247.50 plus you get free shipping.
You will not be disappointed.

Thanks,

Bobby Newell

President

Lock'er Down, Inc.


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I just looked inside a 2014 Chevrolet LTZ and a GMC SLE. These on the 2007 to 2013 had bucket seats and consoles. Both of these had split bench seats in black leather. So I fell like the split seat version may be more in demand than the full console type. So, here I am at the drawing board. I hope to have prototype for the split bench version in two weeks.
 

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This is cool to see. I bet the 03-06 models would be popular as well.

Sent from the drivers seat of an 06 dmax
 

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This is cool to see. I bet the 03-06 models would be popular as well.

Sent from the drivers seat of an 06 dmax
The problem with the 03-06 is that the PU console cavity allows for such a small safe. The Suburban has a larger cavity because of the rear air on the pickup goes under the back of the tub that goes inside the console. I am working on a safe design that replaces the tub itself, thus allowing a greater interior volume. It just takes so long to get products into production, and the newer models have to come first. When I get it done, you will hear about it here.
Thanks for the post.
Bobby
 
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