Q: How do I open the RamBox side storage units?

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How do I open the RamBox side storage units?

The RamBox side storage units allow you to have extra storage in the bed of your truck. The storage boxes are on both sides of the bed of the truck, and offer protected and waterproof storage space. To open the RamBox side storage units, press the button on the units to unlock them, then lift them up. Closing them will latch the units securely.

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