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OOS - Muscle Rack 72" 5-Shelf Z-Beam Boltless Steel Shelving Unit (4000-Lb Capacity) [homedepot.com] $35.96

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I'd recommend the muscle rack shelf that is 24" deep and 48" wide instead of the one in the title. The cost is $21 more at $57 (about 60% more), but it gives you 80% more storage space on the shelves, the wider and deeper base is more stable, and when you eventually replace the particle board (it will eventually be necessary) you'll get four 2'x4' pieces per 4'x8' sheet of plywood (3 simple width-wise rip cuts) with no wastage instead of cutting 18"x3' pieces needing several times more cuts, and almost 3sqft of wastage left over. you can find the larger shelf in the same link, select the larger size just below the product pictures.
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READ BEFORE BUYING: I have 5 of these and LOVE them. There are two versions out there: Black and grey. I have both and the black model is far superior to grey. The grey has the same specs, but is not as well made so I had to contact customer service to correct the issue. After speaking with them, I was informed that the black models are discontinued so grab them while you can. The grey models are the "new and improved," however, not as well made.

The black models I have definitely hold the published weight. I am able to store heavy bags of dog food, 10 24-packs of soda, tons of laundry detergent, etc (my wife is a couponer and we basically have our own apocalypse supply of cleaners/shampoo/and other crap for the next 6 yrs and these shelves are perfect for it.) The shelf board is compressed wood which has begun to sag over the past 5 yrs, and can easily be replaced by any plywood of your choice should you want to upgrade it. Hope this helps and grab the black models before they're gone!
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I'd recommend the muscle rack shelf that is 24" deep and 48" wide instead of the one in the title. The cost is $21 more at $57 (about 60% more), but it gives you 80% more storage space on the shelves, the wider and deeper base is more stable, and when you eventually replace the particle board (it will eventually be necessary) you'll get four 2'x4' pieces per 4'x8' sheet of plywood (3 simple width-wise rip cuts) with no wastage instead of cutting 18"x3' pieces needing several times more cuts, and almost 3sqft of wastage left over. you can find the larger shelf in the same link, select the larger size just below the product pictures.
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I'd recommend the muscle rack shelf that is 24" deep and 48" wide instead of the one in the title. The cost is $21 more at $57 (about 60% more), but it gives you 80% more storage space on the shelves, the wider and deeper base is more stable, and when you eventually replace the particle board (it will eventually be necessary) you'll get four 2'x4' pieces per 4'x8' sheet of plywood (3 simple width-wise rip cuts) with no wastage instead of cutting 18"x3' pieces needing several times more cuts, and almost 3sqft of wastage left over. you can find the larger shelf in the same link, select the larger size just below the product pictures.
Do you have a link to the deal? can't seem to find the 24" one
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Do you have a link to the deal? can't seem to find the 24" one
It's an option on the HD link.
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READ BEFORE BUYING: I have 5 of these and LOVE them. There are two versions out there: Black and grey. I have both and the black model is far superior to grey. The grey has the same specs, but is not as well made so I had to contact customer service to correct the issue. After speaking with them, I was informed that the black models are discontinued so grab them while you can. The grey models are the "new and improved," however, not as well made.

The black models I have definitely hold the published weight. I am able to store heavy bags of dog food, 10 24-packs of soda, tons of laundry detergent, etc (my wife is a couponer and we basically have our own apocalypse supply of cleaners/shampoo/and other crap for the next 6 yrs and these shelves are perfect for it.) The shelf board is compressed wood which has begun to sag over the past 5 yrs, and can easily be replaced by any plywood of your choice should you want to upgrade it. Hope this helps and grab the black models before they're gone!
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The black version is $79 at Home Depot though, is that still a good deal?
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I'd recommend the muscle rack shelf that is 24" deep and 48" wide instead of the one in the title. The cost is $21 more at $57 (about 60% more), but it gives you 80% more storage space on the shelves, the wider and deeper base is more stable, and when you eventually replace the particle board (it will eventually be necessary) you'll get four 2'x4' pieces per 4'x8' sheet of plywood (3 simple width-wise rip cuts) with no wastage instead of cutting 18"x3' pieces needing several times more cuts, and almost 3sqft of wastage left over. you can find the larger shelf in the same link, select the larger size just below the product pictures.
Do you have the link? I don't see the 24" deep 48" wide shelf for $57. I see one that is $79.98
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I think the 72x48x24 is https://www.homedepot.com/p/Muscl...F2pu3Da3M0 for $56.98.

Is that a better deal than the 72x36x18 https://www.homedepot.com/p/Muscl...F2pu3Da3M0 for $35.96?

Any feedback is appreciated!
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Do you have the link? I don't see the 24" deep 48" wide shelf for $57. I see one that is $79.98
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Muscle-Rack-72-in-H-x-48-in-W-x-24-in-D-5-Shelf-Z-Beam-Boltless-Steel-Sh... [homedepot.com]

I think this is what was mentioned.
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I think the 72x48x24 is https://www.homedepot.com/p/Muscl...F2pu3Da3M0 for $56.98.

Is that a better deal than the 72x36x18 https://www.homedepot.com/p/Muscl...F2pu3Da3M0 for $35.96?

Any feedback is appreciated!
I grabbed the 24"x48" shelf size, my comment above explains why
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I grabbed the 24"x48" shelf size, my comment above explains why
Oh, yes. I should have read/comprehended more carefully! Thank you!
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Oh, yes. I should have read/comprehended more carefully! Thank you!
Np bud, happy storing/sd hording
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