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Gladiator Premier Tall GearBox Racing Red

Item# 268-WPC049-2-AF | Model# GATB302DDR | Added on May 31, 2015 |
Gladiator Premier Tall GearBox Racing Red
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Overall dimensions: 30W x 18D x 66H inchesHeavy-duty welded steel construction1 fixed and 2 adjustable shelves with 9 placement optionsArrives to you fully assembled and ready to useComplete with lock for safe protection of your toolsHeavy-duty casters for mobility and convenienceProtective powder coated finish and tread plate doorsExtremely durable magnetic latch on doorOverall 300-lb weight capacity, 50 lbs per shelfCarries a lifetime limited warranty. Standing over 5-feet tall the Gladiator Premier Tall GearBox features three full-width shelves for lots of storage space. One shelf is in a fixed position while the other two have nine possible placements to provide flexibility and meet a variety of storage needs. Each shelf is capable of holding 50 lbs of gear and tools. Tread plate doors feature a magnetic door latch system in which an extremely durable magnetic latch with no moving parts powerfully hold the door in the closed position. There is also a round key door lock to ensure that any harmful materials are kept away from kids and pets. Functional and space-saving recessed handles create a sleek and integrated look on this heavy-duty unit. Add the Gladiator Wall Bracket kit item WPC055 to hang the Gladiator Premier Tall GearBox on a Gladiator GearTrack or Gladiator GearWall Panels. Measuring a total of 30W x 18D x 66H inches heavy-duty welded steel construction allows for exceptional cabinet structure and ideal support for your heavy-duty storage needs. The ... read more
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