Gator GRR-8L - 8U Audio Rack; Rolling

8U Roller Rack
Gator GRR-8L - 8U Audio Rack; Rolling image 1
Gator GRR-8L - 8U Audio Rack; Rolling image 1
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Gator's Roller Rack!

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!

Size & Dimensions:
  • 8 Rack Spaces
  • Front Rail to Back Rail: 16.75"
  • Total Rackable Depth: 19"
  • Lid Depth: 2.25"
  • External: 19" x 22.25" x 23"

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Tech Specs

Rack Spaces 8U
Int Depth Lid to Lid 22"
Int Depth Front Rack to Back Lid 19.25"
Lid Depth 2.75"
External Height 16.5"
External Width 22.24"
External Depth 23.03"
External Material Polyethylene
Weight 20 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number GRR-8L

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

check the dates on the reviews

The preceding reviews were from 8-9 years ago. They should be removed and replaced with more up to date reviews. Since Gator has redesigned this unit and it is considerably . I always tell people check your sources and dates. Seems like this site is being run like Zuckerberg's facebunk....lol It's a great case. I actually have two both with a Legacy-3 head, pwr supply, wireless setup and Art 8 channel hum eliminators. For my stereo axe rigs...much easier to move around this way and way safer for the gear.
3.5/5

Nice case! Has awkward open space at bottom though

It's a nice sturdy case with decent locks for the front and back covers. The wheels are very smooth as long as the ground isn't too bumpy. I give it 3.5 stars though because of the ugly looking blank space at the bottom. I understand the need for extra space for the pullout handle and wheels, but the design could have been better to hide this space. I brought home a 2U blank rack panel, but it won't fit because of the aluminum rail at the very bottom. I'm going to have to chop this perfectly good blank panel just to make it fit, and even then it can only be held with the two top screws. This space could have easily been closed in by extending the width of the bottom rail to come up to the bottom of the last rack space. The rack could also benefit from some bit of extra storage with a removable zipper pouch or snap box for accessories. I'll probably find a large pouch and glue it to the inside of one of the lids.
Music background: Recording Engineer/Sampled Piano Creator
3.5/5

You get what you pay for...

Alright, this guy gets a 3.5 star rating from me because of a couple details. First of all, it's a nice, sturdy, 8U case. It rolls pretty well and you can even put stuff on top of it. Now that the pluses are out of the way, the truth can be told. The unit has excess spacing at the top and bottom of the rack rails, which makes it look less...clean for lack of a better term. The real problem I have though, in fact the only reason I'm even reviewing this product, is the lock. Now obviously, it's not going to be a state of the art security measure, but that being said, I didn't expect the darned thing to just pop out. I found a little luggage lock lying next to my computer one day and much to my surprise, it was from my Gator case. Point being, if the lock is a selling point for you, (first of all, that's shouldn't be one) don't get this guy.
See also: portable racks, Gator, Gator Portable Rack Cases