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Black Trimmer Rack, 33 1/2 In.
- Item # 45C144
- Mfr. Model # 7055000
- UNSPSC # 25174105
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 32.25 lbs.
- ItemTrimmer Rack
- FinishPowder Coated
- Features4 Double Lock Anchor Points
- For Use WithMFG. NO. 7054700
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Grainger part number 45C144 Reese trimmer rack mounts to either truck beds or trailers. No drill installation and adjustability with four double lock anchor points. Safely holds two trimmers, and can hold both long handle tools and trimmers together. Can be combined with and uses uprights from the tool rack. With a black powder coat finish and an optional permanent mount and top rail kit attachment. All mounting hardware included. For a possible picture to be obtained, please consider calling Grainger at 1-800-323-0620.
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