Luxor STC111 40.5″ Automotive Utility Cart with 3 Shelves, Black

November 25, 2015 - Comment

This Luxor STC series utility carts are made of high density polyethylene structural foam molded plastic shelves and legs that won’t stain, scratch, dent or rust. Features a retaining lip around the back and sides of flat shelves. Includes four heavy duty 4 inches casters, two with brake. Has a push handle molded into the

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This Luxor STC series utility carts are made of high density polyethylene structural foam molded plastic shelves and legs that won’t stain, scratch, dent or rust. Features a retaining lip around the back and sides of flat shelves. Includes four heavy duty 4 inches casters, two with brake. Has a push handle molded into the top shelf. 24 inches width x 18 inches shelves. Tub shelves are 2-3/4 inches deep. This red cart has two tub shelves 18 inches diameter x 24 inches width x 37.5 inches height. Clearance between shelves is 26 inches. Optional surge suppressing electrical assembly has 3-outlets 360 degree swivel cord wrap that attaches to the leg of your choice. STC series has optional 2 or 3 shelf units with a variety of height selections and 2 shelf size options with either tub or flat shelves. Easy assembly. Made in USA.

Comments

Houckster says:

A very sturdy and reliable cart. This cart was very easy to assemble. All I needed was a small rubber mallet but I also sprayed the interior of the tubes used to support each tray with silicone to facilitate assembly. 

Judy says:

Luxor cart is helpful for in-home use also I use the cart indoors to move heavy items and to bus dishes when entertaining. Assembly required a bit of muscle and a rubber mallet, but it’s worth it for a very strong sturdy cart. Because I was planning to use the cart on pine floors, I had to be very careful to not roughen the wheels when hammering them into place. That would not be a concern if using the cart in a garage as it’s intended. This item was surprisingly affordable compared to similar carts I looked at. This is a quality product and I recommend it for a wide variety of uses.

Village Dweller says:

Easy to assemble with a rubber mallet Don’t be fooled by the reviews that gripe about the assembly process. I took mine out of the box had it fully assembled it in about 5 minutes using only a rubber mallet. The pieces need to fit together tightly because that provides structural rigidity to a cart that is assembled without using mechanical fasteners. And they do fit together tightly, which requires a not unreasonable amount of force. You should not count on banging one of these together with the heel of your hand although a hammer and a block of wood would probably have worked almost as well as the mallet. Once together, it’s a useful piece of shop furniture. The materials appear to be durable (I just put it together and loaded it up, so it is too soon to comment on long term durability) and of good quality. The friction fit is sufficient that the cart is stiff, not wobbly, and it rolls level on all four wheels. This cart from this seller appears equivalent to the more expensive competitive offerings.

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