Rubbermaid Commercial Semi-Live Skid has a load capacity of 2,000 pounds and is ideal for temporary transport and storage of materials and supplies.
Rubbermaid Commercial Semi-Live Skid has a load capacity of 2,000 pounds and is ideal for temporary transport and storage of materials and supplies. Better load retention with molded-in tie-down slots that increase load security, and textured deck surface that reduces load slippage. Rugged Duramold construction provides maximum load support. Removable jack handle provides tight turning radius for easy maneuverability in confined spaces (Jack sold separately).
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||47.90 in||121.67 cm|
|Product Width||25.25 in||64.14 cm|
|Product Height||12.50 in||31.75 cm|
|Product Weight||51.00 lb||23.13 kg|
|Case Pack Length||8.39 in||21.30 cm|
|Case Pack Width||51.06 in||129.70 cm|
|Case Pack Height||24.57 in||62.40 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||50.99 lb||23.13 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||51.07 in||129.72 cm|
|Packaging Width||24.57 in||62.41 cm|
|Packaging Height||8.39 in||21.31 cm|
|Packaging Weight||50.99 lb||23.13 kg|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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