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Red Project Center Deluxe, Width: 26-1/2", Depth: 18", Height: 35-13/64"
- Item # 1RC70
- Mfr. Model # 1RC70
- UNSPSC # 24112401
- Catalog Page # 1060
- Shipping Weight 88.0 lbs.
- ItemProject Center
- Number of Drawers5
- Drawer Capacity35 lb.
- Storage Capacity8334 cu. in.
- Caster Size4" x 2"
- Work Surface MaterialHardboard
- Locking SystemExternal Lock Bar with Keyed Lock
- ConfigurationCenter Bank: (1) 22" W x 16.8" D x 2" H, (2) 22" W x 16.8" D x 4" H, (2) 22" W x 16.8" D x 6" H
- FeaturesSmooth-Action Full-Extension Slides, Versatile Molded Removable Work Surface, Steel Pegboard Sides, Molded Top Has Small Storage Compartments
- IncludesCasters, Bumper and Top
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- Item # 31CE53WESTWARD
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