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Edsal Muscle Rack 5-Shelf 72" x 48" x 24" Steel Shelving Unit (Silver-Vein) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Edsal Muscle Rack 5-Shelf 72" x 48" x 24" Steel Shelving Unit (Silver-Vein, UR482472PB5P-SV) for $63.19. Shipping is free. Thanks Pitak
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Muscle Rack 5-Shelf Steel Shelving, Silver-Vein, 24" D x 48" W x 72" H for $63.19
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They're really solid in the metal superstructure part, and were really easy to bolt to the wall and each other. I did see some particleboard warping on the lowest shelf. That's the one I have about 2" above a cement floored garage. I actually plan to reinforce if needed but right now it still seems entirely ok (about 2 years old).

The only other complaint I have is the top caps aren't tight and fall off. It creates a sharp edge hazard, so I just try to be careful when placing/removing things from the top shelf.

I would absolutely buy more if I needed any more, and the superstructure alone is worth the price IMO.
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Any issue with warping? Looking to but in a hot and humid garage.
For me, yes. The boards can warp and end up sagging more than a plastic shelf. You can always replace the PB with plywood though.
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The description is wrong in that it does not include connectors to join the top half to the bottom half. I bought two of them from Walmart two weeks ago and neither one had the connectors. You have to use a set of shelf brackets to join the two sections together, which limits where you can place the shelves. Several reviewers said that the contacted the company and they reluctantly sent the connectors, but it took several weeks to get in the mail.
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Thanks OP! Was looking for this and got it right on time! Repped!
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I purchased 2 of these in July and have had them in a dry basement. Most of the shelves have noticeable warping.
Yep don't put too much weight on it.
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Does anyone ever see these go on sale with good shelves? I bought a unit 10 years ago from Sam's that came with heavy duty plastic shelves. They have worked perfectly even under moderately heavy loads. I've watched all of the deals for a while and they all seem to come with particle board. I'd pay more for something that will work without repair. I wish I knew what brand I purchased.
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Can I put the yellow bins from Costco on here? How many can I stack?


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In 4 one, thanks!
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Quote from eankar :
The description is wrong in that it does not include connectors to join the top half to the bottom half. I bought two of them from Walmart two weeks ago and neither one had the connectors. You have to use a set of shelf brackets to join the two sections together, which limits where you can place the shelves. Several reviewers said that the contacted the company and they reluctantly sent the connectors, but it took several weeks to get in the mail.
The 3 sets i ordered were missing the post connectors but they did send them out. Shelves are okay but I probably won't not buy them again due to the particle board and concerns about it holding up or warping
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The simplest thing to do, is stop by Lowes/Home Depot (etc), and buy a sheet of 3/8" plywood. Then have them cut it, into 4 pieces, each ~24" x 48". When you put the shelving unit together, put the plywood under the particle board, for each of the bottom 4 shelves. That fixed the problem, for us.

We had these at the last job I worked at, and even with us spreading the weight over the entire shelf, there was noticeable warping of the particle board. Which is sad, because it really wouldn't cost much more, to simply supply these shelves with a quality piece of plywood, for the shelves, instead of the poor substitute they offer.
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The simplest thing to do, is stop by Lowes/Home Depot (etc), and buy a sheet of 3/8" plywood. Then have them cut it, into 4 pieces, each ~24" x 48". When you put the shelving unit together, put the plywood under the particle board, for each of the bottom 4 shelves. That fixed the problem, for us.

We had these at the last job I worked at, and even with us spreading the weight over the entire shelf, there was noticeable warping of the particle board. Which is sad, because it really wouldn't cost much more, to simply supply these shelves with a quality piece of plywood, for the shelves, instead of the poor substitute they offer.
Nice idea but all the Lowes in my area are not doing anymore instore cutting due to Covid. I tried to have some boards cut down about a month ago and all the saws were shut down and every employee I talked to said no.
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Nice idea but all the Lowes in my area are not doing anymore instore cutting due to Covid. I tried to have some boards cut down about a month ago and all the saws were shut down and every employee I talked to said no.
This is ridiculous. More reasons for them to provide less service by hiding behind the COVID excuse.
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Been wanting to make some of these for while but I'm lazy. So in for 6. Lol
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wayfair has them for even cheaper at $55 with same dimensions.
https://www.wayfair.com/storage-o...1972729495
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Quote from BrianT1548 :
Nice idea but all the Lowes in my area are not doing anymore instore cutting due to Covid. I tried to have some boards cut down about a month ago and all the saws were shut down and every employee I talked to said no.
They also typically stock pre-cut 24x48 sheets, they're probably not as cost effective but are plug and play at least.
I used a few where I had heavier loads. Like the shelves I store my pandemic beer hoard on- can't have that falling through!
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