SKU: DeWalt 41568

DeWalt 41568 DXSTA04MP Adjustable Leveling/Floor Anchoring Kit for Dewalt Industrial Storage Racks

$34.98

Details

INCLUDES:
• (4) Adjustable Floor Mounting Plate
• (12) Concrete Anchor Wedges

FEATURES:
• Add additional security to your DEWALT storage rack with these leveling mounting plates
• Mounting plates are made of durable steel and replace the rack's existing glass filled nylon non-marring feet
• Provides up to 7-inches of height adjustment to each upright allowing for easy rack levelling on uneven floors
• Designed to fit DEWALT storage rack model numbers DXST10000, DXST4500, and DXST4500-W. *(compatible with all production dates of DXST10000; compatible with models DXST4500 and DXST4500-W with production dates after November 2018)
• Includes wedge anchors to allow plates to be secured to concrete floors for additional tipping prevention

SPECIFICATIONS:
• Color: Black
• Application: Shop/Garage Storage
• Durability: Heavy Duty
• Material: Steel
• Mounting Location: Floor
• Item Height: 4.00"
• Item Length: 9.75"
• Item Width: 3.00"
• Item Weight: 5.00 lbs
• Country of Origin: China


Add additional stability and security to your DEWALT storage rack with the DXSTA04MP Adjustable Floor Mount/Leveling Kit. This pack of 4 durable steel mounting plates replaces the existing glass-filled nylon feet of your DXST10000, DXST4500, or DXST4500-W storage rack. Easy to install, each mounting plate is independently adjustable which allows you to compensate for uneven floors that would otherwise cause twisting of the shelves and can compromise the strength and rigidity of your storage rack. With 7-inches of adjustment range to work with, even the most uneven flooring can be made to securely support a rack. Each of the 4 plates feature 3 holes to allow you to use the 12 included concrete anchor wedges to secure your rack to any cement floor for additional anti-tip security. Compatible with all production dates of DXST10000 and compatible with models DXST4500 and DXST4500-W with production dates after November 2018.