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Has 14,357 cubic inches of total storage capacity. Full-extension drawers can support up to 100 lbs. each. - brisar
Quote :new ones
ball bearing drawers slide nicer feel more secure,
double slider on each side of bottom drawer,
Wood top not recessed in, but more soild compared to older ones
Top drawer is lower on the sides, not as deep as old one
No red ad stickers on old ones
Quote :As I mentioned a few posts above... the newer Husky stuff is better quality that this current offering. The newer stuff is heavier duty. Each drawer will be rated for 120 lbs, not just 100 lbs. The current boxes have 21 ga steel frames. The newer ones are 19 ga. frames.
From what I've seen, the newer Husky boxes are just as nice as the Milwaukee boxes.
Quote :There is an obvious difference in quality between the 2 makers of the exact same toolbox. My store had the crappier unit on display...but only 1 mixed in the pile of boxes. It is true that the older unit only has 1 drawer track slide on the bottom 2 big drawers. Newer has 2 each side, per big drawers on bottom.
The quick way to tell is to just look at the boxes. The newer upgraded version is in a big box with top and bottom "hats" to the box. The crappier version is in a standard folded cardboard box, with no "hats"