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- ItemRolling Tool Chest
- MaterialMetal and Resin
- Overall Width14-3/4"
- Overall Depth18"
- Number of Pieces1
- Number of Drawers0
- Drawer SlidesNone
- Inside Width10-31/32"
- Inside Depth9-1/2"
- Number of Handles1
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• _ Heavy duty buttress hinges
• _ Auto Pressure Equalization Valves
• _ Two way handles
• _ Stable, wide track mobility
• _ Optional drawers
• _ Hybrid double throw butterfly latches
• _ Graduated deflector ribs
• _ Secure stack design
• _ Trolley handle & wheel system
• _ The new Pelican 0450 Mobile Tool Chest has two extra compartments for
• storage. Easy access beneath the top lid gives you an extra storage
• space of 20.6 x 10.64 x 3.00" (52.3 x 27.0 x 7.6 cm).
• _ The tool chest also includes three unsealed pockets on the left side to
• store smaller items.
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