There is a Pickup bed Tool Box manufacturer out of Oregon. They make two tool boxes which are unique for Tow Vehicles.
The traditional tool box which rests forward in the bed of the Pickup adjacent to the back of the cab of the truck is unique in that the tool box has no wing compartment that overhang over the rails of the side of the bed walls.
This makes it impossible for fifth wheel RV's from damaging the tool box, the cab or the rails of the bed of the truck.
The other unique tool box for Fifth Wheel rigs is called a "Goose Neck Tool Box."
The manufacturer of the Gooseneck Tool Box made in Oregon claims that the construction design of this product is so strong that it has saved truck beds from accidental pin boxes falling on the bed.
These tool boxes are not inexpensive.
Do an engine search on the Internet for the following: Gooseneck Tool Box
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