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Sam's Club Members: Muscle Rack 5-Shelf Steel Shelving Unit (60" x 72"x 18") EXPIRED

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Holds up 500 pounds per shelf, 2500 pounds in total.

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Sam's Club [samsclub.com]has the Muscle Rack 5-Shelf Steel Shelving Unit, 60" Width x 72" Height x 18" Length (Red) for $68.88. Shipping is free.

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Good timing, people need a place to put their toilet paper.
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However, these things are really strong, so I'm going to use it for all the canned food I bought.
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Weight capacity 2,500 pounds (across all 5 shelves combined)
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Good timing, people need a place to put their toilet paper.
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You beat me to it! Applause

However, these things are really strong, so I'm going to use it for all the canned food I bought.
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How does this compare to the Edsal muscle rack from Lowe's?
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Good timing, people need a place to put their toilet paper.
my neighbor used up half of his 2-car garage for toilet paper and paper towels. LMAO
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How does this compare to the Edsal muscle rack from Lowe's?
looks like edsal is particle board for shelving and these are metal wire? Just judging by pics. i have the edsal/muscle rack ones. These are theoretically stronger? Again not sure, ill leave it to the experts
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looks like edsal is particle board for shelving and these are metal wire? Just judging by pics. i have the edsal/muscle rack ones. These are theoretically stronger? Again not sure, ill leave it to the experts
The 24x60x78 5 tier is the same design besides the color red. It's wire mesh as well, I think the particle board is the smaller size one. The item number on Lowe's is 957323, let me know what you think? It's 120$ so I'm asking...
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my neighbor used up half of his 2-car garage for toilet paper and paper towels. LMAO
Haha what a guy
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Got this during Black Friday. Good quality shelf, very easy to assemble. The wire rack shelves aren't as functional as the flat particleboard ones (things fall through), but they are a 10x stronger. This is a very good deal if you need more storage.
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The 24x60x78 5 tier is the same design besides the color red. It's wire mesh as well, I think the particle board is the smaller size one. The item number on Lowe's is 957323, let me know what you think? It's 120$ so I'm asking...
18 inch depth is more garage friendly.
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looks like edsal is particle board for shelving and these are metal wire? Just judging by pics. i have the edsal/muscle rack ones. These are theoretically stronger? Again not sure, ill leave it to the experts
Have this one only 24" wide. Much better than the particleboard onesif you're garage/storage is in a humid area, although sometimes the wire part pops out a bit if you slide something heavy. Easy to fix. You can always put cardboard or plywood on top of the shelf if you want to store smaller stuff.
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I had the same size racks in my garage, but with particle board shelves. Eventually the particle board sags so I began replacing some of the shelves with plywood... Later I replaced some of racks with 6' long tool chests & racks that hang from the garage ceiling. IMO these are ugly sitting in your garage but OK for a large basement closet, etc. where no one sees them...

BTW our family of 5 was running low on TP... DW & I got last 2 jumbo packs at Target when they opened today... They would only sell 1 to customer, so I bought one & walked around with a 2nd until my wife arrived... Crazy times!
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