Storehouse tool chests at Harbor Freight?

Anyone have any feedback on the Storehouse tool chests available at Harbor Freight? Looks like a good deal if they are quality construction.
I would be using them in a home workshop, not a commercial shop.
Thanks, Dave
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We have a HF store nearby and the rolling tool chests I have seen there were extremely crappy. I have one big requirement when I buy a tool chest: ball bearing slides. The ones (at least in the price range you're probably looking at) I've seen at HF have friction slides.
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Agreed. The US General tool chest I've seen at our local HF seems to be a pretty good cabinet, but you'd have to catch it on sale to make it a really good deal. It does have ball bearing slides, etc. The Storehouse stuff is pure junk. Lightweight, cheap construction, etc.
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Dave in MD wrote:

I bought this one. http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/Displayitem.taf?itemnumber9421
It works ok. I pretty much filled it up with tools but amazingly the clutter in the shop didn't decrease. ;-)
If I don't do something stupid like tow it I expect it will last 20+ years in my home shop. If I hit the lotto I'll replace it with a $1000 model with better slides.
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