|Item Weight||80 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||38 x 17 x 33 inches|
|Item model number||40106|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Maxworks 40106 Four Drawer Roller Service Cart, 580-Pound Capacity
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- Maximum weight capacity: 580 lbs
- Ball-bearing mount castors for smooth drawer action
- Four easy-rolling, non-marring casters (two locking, two swivel)
- Inside lid compartment dimensions: 27-Inch Width by 15-1/2-Inch Length by 2-Inch Diameter
- Bottom shelf dimension: 30-1/4-Inch Width 16-Inch Length by 3-Inch Diameter
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From the Manufacturer
Heavy-duty, all-steel construction utility tool cart provides mobility and a great storage place for your tools. This cart features four ball bearing mount drawers, a bottom tray and a top tray with locking lid. Four non-marring castors for easy maneuverability. Tough powder coat finish to resist rust.
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The top tray carries my electrical meter and related troubleshooting paraphernalia, tape measure, zip ties... It has more room than the bottom drawer. I also has screw driver holes up there, but only a couple of my screwdrivers have handles short enough to go there.
I have a 50pc socket set (Husky, about 16"x12"x4"), cans of spray lube and silicone and a grease gun in the bottom drawer.
The middle drawer can hold things up to about 2.5" in height... I keep a 5pc set of ball-peen hammers, double sided wrench set - metric and standard (about 2.5" in height), a 12pc punch set, 10pc file set and a snap ring pliers set in it.
The top drawers have adequate room for full grip sized screwdrivers (full black handled Husky set), metric and standard allen wrenches, 5pc vise grip set and 8pc assorted pliers... including a decent size pair of channel locks.
It comes with foam padding to lay in the bottom of the drawers, which slides around if you slam the drawers shut because they are a very soft foam and regardless of how much weight is on them.
It was easy to assemble - if you've bought one of these (you're probably familiar with assembling things), you can assemble it without instructions within 20 or so minutes.
All of the casters turn, which is ideal more most situations but not in what I do - my cart literally goes with me everywhere (I can't even leave it unattended unless it's locked) so having to fight it to keep it from crabbing along was annoying. I went ahead and replaced the casters with polyurethane ones (2 fixed 2 turn). You'll want to do this in either case because the plastic ones that came with it do not roll easily anyway.
I also went ahead and fabricated a new, longer handle so I could stand back a ways while pushing it or pulling it right behind me. I reinforced the bottom tray because once you've loaded it with about 75 lbs of tools and sit a few heavy parts on it, the casters will start to camber inwards. I routinely carry things weighing over 100 lbs on the bottom tray so I'd likely have to do this with any cart.
The only actual mechanical failing so far was the left side lock slide, which a nut had fallen off of and prevented the top left, middle and bottom drawers unable to open. I had to yank them out, straighten the slide and reassemble using nylon nuts so it doesn't happen again (I call to call another engineer to use his tools).
Overall it's awesome for the money, it took a little effort to tailor for my needs, but it's reliable, relatively sturdy (I anticipate more reinforcement) and most importantly a toolbox you can trust (except for the lock problem). Hope this helps.
3 weeks later one of the "ball bearing" slides broke, and I wasn't in the garage until about 3-4 weeks after that and another broke. Today another set broke. This makes it virtually useless. Why is it nothing is built to last more than a few months these days?
Disappointed in Illinois..
I ended up just keeping it and getting some drawer slides and a new lock off a matco truck. It's much better now but I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. Just go to harbor freight and get the same cart for half the price.