Gator GRR-6L - 6U Audio Rack; Rolling

6U Roller Rack
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Gator's Roller Racks!

Gator is the original case manufacturer to add built-in wheels and pull out handles to the rack mount case. They took the high quality construction and design of their deluxe racks and strategically placed roller blade style wheels and a pull out handle. The best part is that the wheels do not interfere with the universal stack ability of these racks! The pull out handle has a locking mechanism to hold the handle firmly in place when in the extended position. Another example of Gator building user-friendly products at an affordable price!

Gator GRR-6L Features:
  • 6 Rack Spaces
  • Front Rail to Back Rail: 16 3/4"
  • Total Rackable Space: 19"
  • Lid Depth: 2 1/4"
  • External: 13" x 21 1/2" x 22 3/4"

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Tech Specs

Rack Spaces 6U
Int Depth Lid to Lid 22"
Int Depth Front Rack to Back Lid 19.25"
Lid Depth 2.75"
External Height 13"
External Width 22.24"
External Depth 23.03"
External Material Polyethylene
Weight 18 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number GRR-6L

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very nice

Rack is very good, the wheels are a tad bit small,but assuming you're going to be rolling this across cement, it is very good, a little rough on other surfaces...but in general its a very good rack. I have a 4 space nad a 6 space. the only problem I had was getting my 70 pound SVT2-PRO in the 4 space. The problem was that the holes didnt match up and it was hard keeping the back rail/rack on while i was screwing it on. Might be frustrating at first, but my precious Ampeg is safe and I feel better knowing that =P It would definatly recommend these, especially for people who have bad backs or legs, or maybe just dont want to carry around a 70 pound Ampeg tube head, and would rather roll it.
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