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Rob Van wrote:That looks nice!
It looks like it could be used as a residential security cabinet. The description implies it is more heavy duty than than the Stack On stuff. The locks definitely seem superior.
What are your thoughts?
SwampRat wrote:My little master forge is also rust and stained. I'm glad I'm not the only one. Have you ever been able to cook any thing in it without burning it?
SwampRat wrote: Seems like it would be good to put in the shop to give my tightly packed gun safe some breathing room.
Equuleus wrote:Does this have any ability to be bolted to the floor? Or even access to the inside of the legs where I could drill holes so that I can bolt it to the floor?
SwampRat wrote:Seems like it would be easier to get to the bolt to cut it. Small issue if the thing is buried under garage stuff and weighs 500 pounds though. How hard would it be to remove the box leg and bolt it flat to the floor do you think?
Str8Shooter wrote:SwampRat wrote:Seems like it would be easier to get to the bolt to cut it. Small issue if the thing is buried under garage stuff and weighs 500 pounds though. How hard would it be to remove the box leg and bolt it flat to the floor do you think?
The boxed leg is welded to the bottom and has end caps welded so it would be very hard to remove them and nearly impossible to get to the bolts if you install them the way I mentioned above. And really calling it a leg is not accurate (unlike a table leg) as the rectangular boxed leg, foot or what ever, runs the entire depth of the box (front to back).
Also, (an after thought) if you run the bolts through the way I mentioned, because the "leg" is capped on the ends, the bolts would not visible from the outside.
FrankisSteezy wrote:this is such a good idea.. i actually sell these and i never thought of it actually using it for this.. brain fart. lol
The ones i actually stock all the hinges are hidden within the box as well and its made of steel and diamond plate with rubber seals and metal lips to keep water out.
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