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Craftsman 2-Drawer Project Center w/Bulk Storage Area $69.88@Sears.com

Nsx_racing2004 2,283 December 27, 2004 at 07:11 PM
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I got the matching tool chest set for Xmas, and the plastic parts were horribly cheap. I threw them away.

Before buying, you should check and see if you can replace the plastic top on that thing with wood or something.
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That project center is a cheap one... it basically sucks!! If you won't use it that much and you are not one of those guys who is going to load it with tools, it's ok for you. If you plan to load it with tools and use it very often... just buy one of the "ball bearings" series and avoid the hassle. That one is good to put your tv on it and not to abuse itWink
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The "Homeowner" versions of tool cabinets are garbage. Also from working at Sears for 3 months, anything with 88 cents is clearance (if you didn't know that already).

I bought the 13 drawer cabinet with ballbearing slides with Griplatch handles. This is the Griplatch hooks the drawer closed when you clise it. When you pull on the drawer it will unlatch.

If you aren't that serious about tools I don't recommend that you pay extra for the ballbearing or Griplatch features. If you need a toolchest buy the "Mechanic" version without the ballbearing slides. These are much easier to lock than the "Homeowner" chests, the metal seems to be more substantial, and the casters are better..
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The "Homeowner" versions of tool cabinets are garbage. Also from working at Sears for 3 months, anything with 88 cents is clearance (if you didn't know that already).

I bought the 13 drawer cabinet with ballbearing slides with Griplatch handles. This is the Griplatch hooks the drawer closed when you clise it. When you pull on the drawer it will unlatch.

If you aren't that serious about tools I don't recommend that you pay extra for the ballbearing or Griplatch features. If you need a toolchest buy the "Mechanic" version without the ballbearing slides. These are much easier to lock than the "Homeowner" chests, the metal seems to be more substantial, and the casters are better..
I wouldn't call the homeowner versions garbage, but just lower quality than the professional or mechanics series. I have had the homeowner rolling tool chests for over a year now and they work just fine and I have all the drawers loaded to the max.. I think I am gonna pick this one up, could always use more storage.
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Going to Sears right now to check these out. If they are decent quality I will get one. Will let you know.
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