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Large Stanchion Cart

Price $ 1,000.99

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  • Product Description

      PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

      Each cart has been designed to reduce set up time and to protect your investment. They have rugged welded steel frames to provide years of dependable service. All of our great carts have bolted on casters individually rated at 900 lbs.

      Large Stanchion Cart – stores and transports 20 fully assembled Stanchions.

      DIMENSIONS

      48″W x 52″L x 64.5″H

      SHIPPING / TURNAROUND TIME

      This product can take up to 4-5 business days till it ships and is not eligible for the Free Economy Shipping promo. You can view available shipping rates during checkout. Contact us for rush orders.

      + Expedited Shipping Options Available During Checkout.

      This is an Over-sized item and will require Freight Shipping.

      Estimated Freight Shipping for Over-sized items: (Domestic Only)

      $1000-$1999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $250-349                        

      $2000-$2999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $350-449

      $3000-$4999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $450-549

      $5000-$7499 - Estimated Shipping Cost $550-649

      $7500-$9999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $650-749

      $10000 or more will require a quote (Please Call 310.909.8785)

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  • Safety Disclaimer
    • It is the installers responsibility to ensure your hardware is assembled and used as intended and that you take the necessary precautions to avoid safety issues.

      Uprights may require additional reinforcements for stability (such as sandbags, attachment to a stable structure, etc.). Those assembling the uprights will bear the responsibility of deeming when additional reinforcement is necessary.

      Crossbars enter a slot on the upright and gravity will weigh it down to settle the structure in place. It is the responsibility of those assembling the crossbars to determine if they require additional reinforcements, such as a zip tie or tie downs, to ensure greater stability.