Tool Box Chest
JEGS 81462 5-Drawer Steel Tool Chest has enough storage space to keep your tools secure in one location. Its capable of holding up to 500 lbs. and by adding JEGS 5-Drawer Steel Tool Cabinet 555-81461 you would have an additional 500 lbs. of storage capacity.
- (5) Full-Extension Drawers with smooth operating ball bearing slides, aluminum handles and non-slip rubber liners
- Each drawer can support up to 100 lbs.
- Easy open lid with (2) gas lifting struts
- (2) Side handles with plastic grips
- (1) Lock & (2) Keys
- Heavy-Gauge black powder coated Steel
- JEGS Equipped Logo
- Overall: 26 in. L x 16 in. W x 20.700 in. H
- Weight: 70.2 lbs.
- Inside Top Lid: 25 in. L x 15 in. W x 3 3/4 in. Deep
- #1: 10 1/2 in. L x 14 in. W x 1 1/2 in. Deep #2: 10 1/2 in. L x 14 in. W x 1 1/2in. Deep
- #3: 22 1/2 in. L x 14 in. W x 2 1/2 in. Deep
- #4: 22 1/2 in. L x 14 in. W x 3 in. Deep
- #5: 22 1/2 in. L x 14 in. W x 3 in. Deep
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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