Snap-on’s roll cart

Maintenance & Performance | Tools | March 04, 2014

Snap-on KRSC43 Roll CartSnap-on’s KRSC43 Roll Cart has more than 22,000 cubic inches of space for tools. The split-top design slides out from the center to provide access to a 7-inch-deep top compartment to organize large sockets or use as a charging station for power-tool batteries.

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