A lot for your money
Ok, a few things:
First, at 34" this is a lot of roller cabinet for your money.
Second, it does not come with drawer liners (I couldn't find clarification of this in Q&A or product description)
Third, assembly is easy, but I'd recommend having a ball-end hex 5mm hex hey for the fixed caster fasteners. The caster bolts screw into nut-serts so there is no need to hold an internal nut.
Fourth, the handle only attaches on one side. This, of course, was not my preferred side. This is one area Husky
... read more
has saved costs - the handle should attach on either side. I used a cheap aftermarket handle and sheetmetal screws to attach a second handle on the other side.
Fifth, the drawers have nice action but the sheetmetal is thin. This is not a top-tier cabinet, but neither is the price. I think if you heavily loaded the drawers near the middle they may buckle, so keep this in mind if packing particularly heavy or dense tools.
Sixth, the cabinet is 18" deep externally but the drawers are only 15" deep. In contrast, I have another 18" roller cabinet from a different manufacturer (think guys who are crafty) that has 16" deep drawers. This 1" may not seem like a big deal but it is. Just another area Husky saved costs.
Because of some obvious cost-cutting measures like thin sheetmetal, lack of handle attachment options and 15" deep drawers (when we KNOW 16" is possible in the same size package) I give this 4 of 5 stars, and still with the caveat that you are not buying top-of-the-line here. If the price were higher, my rating would drop. Overall though, recommend!