Rubbermaid 5E28 Deluxe Tool Tower Rack with Casters, Holds 40 Tools

October 15, 2015 - Comment

Rubbermaid Deluxe Tool Tower Rack with Casters, 40-tool (FG5E2800MICHR). Has space to store up to 40 tools, including long-handled garden tools. Moves easily on casters. Front clips and curved tubing allow head-down storage and additional stability. Includes a molded-in weed trimmer and electric cord holder. Easy to assemble. No tools required. Will not rust, dent,

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Rubbermaid Deluxe Tool Tower Rack with Casters, 40-tool (FG5E2800MICHR). Has space to store up to 40 tools, including long-handled garden tools. Moves easily on casters. Front clips and curved tubing allow head-down storage and additional stability. Includes a molded-in weed trimmer and electric cord holder. Easy to assemble. No tools required. Will not rust, dent, rot or peel. For nearly 80 years, Rubbermaid has represented innovative, high-quality products that help simplify life. Recognized as a “Brand of the Century” for its impact on the American way of life.Store and organize over 36 tools for easy access and more floor space with this tool rack from Rubbermaid. The tool tower stores rakes, brooms, snow shovels, and gas-powered weed eaters for easy access and more floor space in the garage or shed. Front clips allow head-down storage of spades and brooms to simplify access and so that the rack doesn’t get top heavy. The clips also enable easy slide-in storage from the side, rather than having to come in from above and sliding the handle into the slot. Four castors mean easy transport of all those tools from one place to another–a feature that makes it easy to relocate all those tools in one easy move, rather than 36 moves. Two of the casters lock to keep the unit in place. The base of the tower has a grid pattern to keep tools from sliding off. –Brian D. Olson

Product Features

  • Tool rack stores and organizes over 40 tools
  • Front clips for quick side access
  • Easy to assemble with no tools needed
  • 4 casters (2 locking) for easy mobility
  • Grid pattern on base keeps tools from sliding off

Comments

Rich K says:

SUPER RACK;; Finally have my garage tools in order. After many years of having my yard tools falling on the floor, hitting me in the head and near impossible to find in the pile they where in, Rubbermaid came to the rescue wirh this cart. With only 10 parts it took less than 10 min. to assemble.NOTE;::: A rubber mallet or a piece if fairly heavy wood would help to tap the wheels into the holes when you are assembling it. You won’t need any other tools to assemble the rest of it. I have 22 tools in there now and room for more. It will be nice and sturdy if you put some heavy tools on the lower platform as I have. I also have it backed up to my garage corner wall, with the wheel locks engaged so it is extremely stable. I would not roll this cart around to much with a full rack of heavy tools in it. It’s stable against the wall but a bit tipsy when I get it away from there. It does not stick out very far from the wall, plenty of room for my car.I can’t believe how nice and tidy my yard tool secton is…

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Ali Julia says:

Almost perfect, few minor flaws noted I love keeping things organized, and this tool rack really got my basement much better organized.There were a lot of details that I was not sure about when I purchased this unit. To high light these details I am attaching photos that I will be referencing in this review.The rack arrived in a huge box which looked a bit intimidating when I first saw it, I was not sure if I will be to carry it all by myself. Photo 1 & 2 show the package next to a chair for size reference. It turned out to be rather light, as the rack itself only took a small part of the box. I had to take it out of the box to carry it down to the basement.Photo 7 shows all the parts before I assembled them. It is best to assembled the rack first, and the flip it and add the coasters. This makes it easier to assembled it. I pounded on each leg (and coasters) with a mallet to make sure there is a good tight fit (Photo 8). Photo 12 and 13 show the lock…

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