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Table Skirt Cart - Single Rack

Price $ 727.99



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  • Product Description


      Our Table Skirt Carts hold Table Skirts in all different volumes and sizes based on your specific needs.

      Each cart has been designed to reduce set up time and to protect your investment. They feature rugged welded steel frames to provide years of dependable service. To make moving your carts easier we casters with solid steel frames and ball bearing construction on both the axles and swivels. The casters are individually rated at 900 lbs. for a combined cart rating of at least 3600 lbs. Our casters are bolted-on, making replacement easy!

      Comes with option of Rolled or Hanger version.

      Single Hanger Skirt Cart holds 60 Skirts - hangers sold separately (30.5W” x 56″ L x 51″ H)

      Single Rolled Skirt Cart holds 70 Expo Pleat table skirts (31″ W x 56″ L x 51″ H)


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

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

      $400-$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.