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Craftsman  Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel Rolling Cabinet

  Item#  00958628000 | Model#  113587
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Reg Price: $919.99
Savings: $90.00
$829.99
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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions and Capacity:
Capacity cu. in.: 14779
Depth (in.): 18
Drawer Weight Capacity (lbs.): 100
Height (in.): 40.75
Width (in.): 40.75
Width Range: 33 to 52 in.
Color and Styling:
Color Family: Stainless steel
Color/Finish: Stainless Steel
Product Overview:
General Warranty: Lifetime Limited
Weight Rating: Premium - 601 to 1000 lb. capacity
Wheels or Casters: Yes
Handles:
Number of Handles: 1
Wheels & Tires:
Caster/Wheel Size: 5 x 2
Number of Casters/Wheels: 4
Storage:
Drawer Slide Type: Ball bearing
Locking Casters/Wheels: Yes
Number of Drawers: 11
Drawer Configuration:
Self Latching Drawers: Yes
Widest Drawer Width (In.): 22.375
Materials & Finish:
Case Material: Steel
Worksurface Material: Rubber mat

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Stainless Steel Craftsman Rolling Cart Makes Cluttered Workshops a Thing of the Past

The Craftsman 40-inch 11-drawer premium heavy-duty rolling cart - stainless steel has the durability that professionals prefer. Whether you are a casual builder who enjoys do-it-yourself repair jobs or you have a full-time construction job, this rolling cart is a great choice. Thanks to DynaGlide and ball-bearing slides, the drawers open and close easily, ensuring optimal performance with solid, smooth operation. The large aluminum drawer trim and stainless steel clear coat finish are both functional and attractive.

You get a peace of mind with the stainless steel Craftsman rolling cart, thanks to the tubular keyed locking system. You never have to worry about the safety of your tools in any residential or commercial workshop. The double bank of drawers can hold 14,779 cubic inches of storage. It houses power tools, large hand tools, weighty supplies, and more with ease. Add it on the top chest (Item #009-58627) to create an all-inclusive tool storage system.

  • Get the longevity that professionals prefer with the Craftsman 40-inch 11-drawer premium heavy-duty rolling cart - stainless steel
  • All-steel construction with a Craftsman exclusive I-Frame design for long-lasting durability and strength
  • Craftsman exclusive GRIPLATCH drawer system latches drawers in place for guaranteed security
  • Increased finger clearance, thanks to the large drawer trim
  • 100 pound capacity for each drawer
  • Substantial 5" x 2" stylized casters with caster channels
  • Measures 40-3/4" H x 40-3/4" W x 18" D
  • Weighs 237 pounds
  • Some assembly required
  • Lifetime limited warranty

Added on September 26, 2013

 

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2 Reviewers (50.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Praise1 found this helpful
Kdbmeg
Jan 20 , 2014
Great quality and features.
Criticism17 found this helpful
tntsifan
Apr 11 , 2014
very disappointed
I bought this cart right after buying the "old" model of the matching top tool box, which was on clearance. I can't believe the differences in the old model quality and this "new" model, even though the price went up. First, the grip latches were redesigned and made smaller (and cheaper). Most of the drawers in my cart would not even catch, right out of the box. The drawers would literally fly open on their own if you rotated it. I was tempted to return for this reason alone, but after looking closer at it, I was able to "adjust" (i.e., bend) the latches enough so they would catch. My biggest disappointment, however, was that the inner drawers are not painted like the old models are. They are simply just unfinished galvanized steel, which looks really cheap. Plus, one of the machined edges on the top drawer was still sharp as a razor, causing me to slice open my finger when I was installing liners that they don't provide. Think of a paper cut x10. I checked the floor model in the store the other day, and it was the same way, so beware if you own this product. By the way, they do provide one piece of lining, but it is sized to fit the top - not for the drawers as one other person posted, although it would be easy to think that. On top of everything else, the cart is about half an inch smaller in width than the old model (another corner cut to save a buck), which means my brand new "old model" top box overhangs this cart a quarter inch on each side. This prevents you from being able to connect them together with the small metal braces they provide. If I could find even a used version of the older model, I would return this in a heartbeat. Believe it or not, I am a loyal Sears customer and I have built my tool collection around the Craftsman name. Sadly, however, I am extremely disappointed in this product and the direction that Sears has unfortunately begun to take in terms of quality. The two stars are really for the outer look of the cart, which is great, until you start looking closer.
 

tntsifan

Knoxville, TN

Apr 11 , 2014
via sears.com
Overall
very disappointed

I bought this cart right after buying the "old" model of the matching top tool box, which was on clearance. I can't believe the differences in the old model quality and this "new" model, even though the price went up. First, the grip latches were redesigned and made smaller (and cheaper). Most of the drawers in my cart would not even catch, right out of the box. The drawers would literally fly open on their own if you rotated it. I was tempted to return for this reason alone, but after looking closer at it, I was able to "adjust" (i.e., bend) the latches enough so they would catch. My biggest disappointment, however, was that the inner drawers are not painted like the old models are. They are simply just unfinished galvanized steel, which looks really cheap. Plus, one of the machined edges on the top drawer was still sharp as a razor, causing me to slice open my finger when I was installing liners that they don't provide. Think of a paper cut x10. I checked the floor model in the store the other day, and it was the same way, so beware if you own this product. By the way, they do provide one piece of lining, but it is sized to fit the top - not for the drawers as one other person posted, although it would be easy to think that. On top of everything else, the cart is about half an inch smaller in width than the old model (another corner cut to save a buck), which means my brand new "old model" top box overhangs this cart a quarter inch on each side. This prevents you from being able to connect them together with the small metal braces they provide. If I could find even a used version of the older model, I would return this in a heartbeat. Believe it or not, I am a loyal Sears customer and I have built my tool collection around the Craftsman name. Sadly, however, I am extremely disappointed in this product and the direction that Sears has unfortunately begun to take in terms of quality. The two stars are really for the outer look of the cart, which is great, until you start looking closer.


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Feb 7 , 2014
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What I've always wanted and just what I need.

Growing up in a family that has always used Craftsman tools, I'm finally happy to own my own personal tool chest. I have the same model as my dad's, however his is 30 years older. I'm impressed with the manufacturing, the look and the storage capacity. Although it would have been nice not to have to purchase the padding, it turns out that I received nearly $30 in rewards points which made up for the cost of the padding. So it was a win-win for me. The deal was great on it as I waited until this unit when on sale and saved nearly $350. Although it's not made in the U.S.A., which is disappointing, it does appear to be a dependable tool chest that will hopefully last a lifetime. And it's a fraction of the cost of a Snap-on or Matco chest. I'm not a really skilled mechanic who needed to spend thousands and thousands of dollars on MADE IN USA tool chests. It will be perfect for what I need and I'm happy I made this purchase.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Jan 20 , 2014
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Great quality and features.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Jp19191919

Bremerton, WA

Jan 9 , 2014
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Looks great

I just received this for Christmas so I don't have much feedback.... I will say for as expansive as it was (good ole Sears cutting corners whenever and however they can) there is no padding in the drawers, which less expensive models come with, oh but they do give you that cheap cut your own piece padding, but only enough for two drawers. Sears is horrible and it's only because they carry certain big name products that they are still in business.


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