Roller Seat Tool Box
JEGS 81155 3-Drawer Mechanics Roller Seat Tool Box is ideal for anyone who wants organization, storage and convenience in their garage or workshop. This roller seat tool box is capable of moving in any direction you need with ease around your work area thanks to its four 2 1/2 in. ball-bearing swivel casters. No more wandering around looking for your tools while you’re trying to focus on your work.
- 3-drawer tool box with ball bearing slides
- Two folding tool trays with magnetic pads
- Vinyl padded seat cushion for maximum comfort and support
- Rear tray supports screwdrivers and pliers
- 16 in. x 9 in. x 2 1/4 in. thick seat pad
- (4) 2 1/2 in. easy rolling rubber swivel casters
- Overall Dimensions: 26 3/8 in. L x 14 1/8 in. W x 16 in. H
- Drawer Dimension: 13 1/2 in. L x 7 3/4 in. W x 2 1/4 in. D
- Load Limit: 350 pounds
Keep Your Tools Organized and Secure
Whether you are working at the track or in your own garage, you can keep your tools handy and secure with JEGS Tool Boxes. Great for keeping you and your tools organized, these solid tool boxes are equipped with strength and durability; ready to work as hard as you do, no matter if you're a pro or hobbyist.
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