Expired: Just $39.59 (18% off) Rubbermaid Deluxe Tool Tower

$ 39.59
It is designed to hold pieces that weigh up to 40 pounds while keeping them neatly organized and ready to use. This Rubbermaid tool tower is easy to assemble on your own. It ...

The curved tubing and secure front clips allow you to store large garden tools face down to increase overall stability.

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