After reading the reviews posted here, I was a bit skeptical about the quality. I was looking for a cart for my mill tooling. Quick change holders, end mills, etc. Couldn't find the drawer height anywhere listed ( 2.5'' inches by the way ) and a lot of complaints about the quality of the steel. Pulled the trigger anyways after a long day of walking back and forth for tooling. I brought it home, unpacked it and followed the directions. Cart went together well, the finish is pretty good, and the drawers are smooth. The only things I found to be a bit disappointing was the hardware was beyond garbage, The top slides to not close as tightly as I'd have hopped for, and the Craftsman logo is a crooked sticker... Not a badge, and the drawers do not stay closed when rolling. My advice for the hardware is use your drill set on half clutch with a new #2 Phillips bit to avoid stripping. If your one with patience, use a screw driver. I just finished loading it up, with room to spare. Definitely a good buy. Just be careful to open one drawer at a time, and LOAD the bottom. You will tip the unit over if it is unbalanced.
I ordered one online and it was shipped damaged sears made it to hard to get it replaced also its vary small save your money on this junk.
This is a well made tool cart. Very handy to have the top slide open for access. The drawers also slide and catch in there closed position. It was also very easy assembly:)
Great size cart to keep those common service tools in.
I have filters and filter wrenches in the top common tools in the draws and fluids on the bottom tray. I made a plywood top so I don't make a mess of it...
this tool cart is very handy and strong but the finish work on it was not done well, paint was peeling and signs of rust under the finish coat when it was new. after a few months of working with it i think it is over priced