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so im looking for a tool cart and this harbor freight thing is exactly what i had in mind and i checked it irl and it doesn't seem that bad

anyone have experience with them?

i cant really afford a snap on or MAC right now

https://www.harborfreight.com/tool-storage/tool-carts/five-drawer-service-cart-95272.html
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>>1242876
Hazard Freight carts are fine, people like them
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I have this exact same cart. I work at UPS on ground equipment and it holds a full compliment of basic mechanic tools and then some. I also pull it around our large warehouse bay. The drawers slide easy. The draw have a latch that keep each closed. The no slip pad that comes with then are junk. You'll need to replace them with something better. It is important to note that I have a tendency to slam my drawers shut. No complaints. Recommend reading reviews on the website for assembly tricks.

Also has 2 sets of keys. You can also by you small tray to attach.
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>>1242941
>The no slip pad that comes with then are junk. You'll need to replace them with something better.

hey you got a recommendation for that? i bought a cheap toolbox that's mechanically ok but the non slip mats were all rotted out. i tried the cheap beaded? foam mesh for kitchen drawers but they still slip back
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I have a 44" HF tool box, it worked well for a few years until I started loading it with tools for heavy equipment.
In a motorcycle shop it was great, rolled well and handled the lighter tools well.
When I started working on heavy equpment and I put close to 200lbs worth of sockets in my big drawer it held up for about a year before bearings started giving it up. I lubed them frequently but just too much opening and closing them 30 or 40 times a day, and the sliders couldn't handle it. But keep in mind it had several full sets of 3/4, 1/2, 3/8, drive sockets.
It was good while it lasted, i have replaced the sliders but I got a 26" tool cart, I still use the box but not as much everyday stuff.
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Open Carts > Toolboxes
Unless you work in a shop and dont want your shit getting stolen, but even better still is just having a tool wall in your workshop plus a cart.
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