Rolling Auto Service Cart
Have had this for a few years now, i like it alot.
Keeps my tools and parts organized while im dissecting my motors are bikes. TONS of room for everything on the cart.
Very simple to assemble and the powder coat is very tough.
Rolls very well with weight on it or not!
Rad deal on sale.
June 11, 2012
Nice Little Cart, Slightly Flimsy
The cart is great for doing jobs outside, loading tools on etc. The only problem is that is you grab one side and pull it behind you, the other set of wheels (and the legs that hold them) wobble back and fourth alot. I might consider welding some supports from leg to leg.
March 11, 2012
Great little unit
Handy little cart. Haven't put anything really heavy on it, but great for painting around the house.
Biggest problem is trying to install the wheels. I ended up drilling out the mounting holes in order to insert the castors.
May 27, 2011
Good Value...when on sale
I have one and I use it to make prtable ALL of my airtools and supplies. It does a great ob for that.
I wish I got a raincheck for a second one.
Assembly was not as easy as I expected and the paitjob made some of the assembly genuinley difficult. The work was worth it though.
January 8, 2011
Simply outstanding for the price
I bought this unit for an autoshop a year ago and have even had it apart twice to transport it to another location. It's held up perfectly even holding alternators, ac compressors and even cylinder heads. The closest thing available from any other tool supplier (MAC, Snap-On) starts at $200 and up and is not of better quality (I've used them as well).
It's a very sturdy construction and is of a higher gauge then comparable carts at even four times the cost (when on sale)!
I would buy/recommend this cart without hesitation.
December 5, 2010
Handy Around an Apartment or Condo
I purchased two of these units on sale about a year ago for use in my condo: one for my spouses crafts and one for my small tools. I painted one unit to match the our decor while the other cart is handy for storing my tools and having them all available when I have to work on the car (saves a lot of trips up and down the elevator). They both easily fit into our storage closet. While I can't speak to an industrial setting, for an apartment or condo dweller these units should last forever.
May 9, 2010
Unfortunately I have just purchased 5 of these on sale for my company use, and after attempting to assemble just the first, I can see why they are on sale. The paining on some are horrible and it interferes with assembly. The casters are next to impossible to insert to the legs without the help of a rather weighty hammer, trays are cracked and dented when coming out of the box. Definately one of my worst purchases.
September 23, 2008
Great Idea, POOR Wheels!
I have had this cart for 2 months, I recently put most of my autobody supplies on it, I roll it on cement and pavement in and out of my shop. In the last 2 days, 2 of the rubber wheels BROKE IN HALF! It only has 60-70lbs on it?
August 22, 2008
I bought this about 2 years ago to use for all of my gardening tools. I also find it very handy when planting moss bakets as you can just spin it around like a lazy susan.Alot cheaper than buying a gardening bench, as I got it on sale for under 40 bucks.
May 17, 2008
Functional and versaile
Got this on sale for $39.99. Great deal indeed. Goes together fairly fast and easily. I'd prefer that 2 of the casters did not swivel (makes for easier steering) but you get used to the four wheel steering pretty quick.
October 29, 2007
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