10-4 WagZ they do a good job of getting you wet.lol...ive NEVER seen anything "Made" that goes in these holes. A LOT of owners have done research and came up with nothing other than for bungee cords, even my poLIARs dealer said thats what they're for...but who knows. However, everyone i know uses them for that specific purpose. IF ya ask me, i think they're for "Spraying yourself in the face" when you got the hose nozzle jammed up in the bottom of the bed and your spraying the water around...trust me, they work GREAT for that..lol
Well all the comments on this are from 2015 - and the holes are still in the sides of the bed box for my new 2021 500. Just looking at the design of the exterior of the box below each square hole is a tapered flat space, as though the designers were thinking that an attachment could be inserted through the hole, extending down inside the box wall, with whatever hanging on the outside in that flat space just below the hole. I am going to put a cover on my box to protect my "moble toolbox stuff" from the elements so all those top holes for lock and ride will be covered with that. So having extra carrying capability on the sides of the box would be great (shovels, outside storage box, etc). I feel like I have to design something for those holes! (other than bungie cords which would be more of a hassle than anything (bungie hooks will not hook well to the inside (no room for the hook to engage) if the bungie is pulling up and over the bed. With all the crap that is out there for the Rangers I am shocked that no one is designing anything for those holes.What are the holes for on the side and back of the box on midsize rangers for?