Amazon-Black Steel Heavy Duty 5-Shelf Shelving Unit $49.00

by Jana on October 27, 2013

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Now that the weather is cooler we have been contemplating cleaning out our garage.  We dread this task because the majority of our problem is a lack of storage so everything is lined against the walls.

Today Amazon has a Steel Heavy Duty 5-shelf Shelving Unit on sale for just $49.00(originally $89.99) shipped! This is perfect for our storage issues!

Product Details:

  • Standing five-shelf unit with a 16-gauge steel rack and shelves made of particle board to support an 800-lb. per shelf capacity and a 4000-lb. total capacity
  • Double-riveted beams lock into double-rivet holes on corner post for structural security
  • Corner post rivet holes are punched at 1-1/2″ intervals for precise adjustment to shelf height
  • Two-piece post design for vertical assembly of a single 72″ high unit, or for horizontal assembly of two 36″ high units
  • Rivet lock design for boltless assembly, instructions included, rubber mallet recommended for assembly (sold separately)

If you are not cleaning out your garage this would make a great manly gift for any male in your life this holiday season.

Amazon prices can change at any time so be sure to order yours today!

Thanks MyLitter!

 

 

 

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