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Thon Rackdrawer 1U

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19" Rack tray 1 U

  • Extendable with lateral pull-out rails
  • Useful area: 412 x 380 mm
  • Adjustable rack ears front and rear from 360 - 480 mm
  • Material: 1.2 mm Steel
  • Colour: Black, powder-coated
Unit height 1 U
Formfactor 19"
Item number 441222
27 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
Available shortly (2-5 days)
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Thon Rackdrwer 1U
Spetsnave 16.10.2021
I bought a few of these to use in a studio rack for using effects pedals on .
Really great well made easy to slide in and out.
I would highly recommend these but they are frequently out of stock so people must like them 👍
I actually need two more when they come back into stock.😎
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Nice, smooth pedal tray
Millo777 19.06.2020
I'm using this as a pedal tray in a guitar rack and it's proved it's worth.

Nice smooth ball bearing assisted action. As it's a pedal tray for me it does get used a lot when changing settings on pedals, and it seems robust enough to last.

Fairly easy to fit in a rack, which is a bonus.

easily managed to fit 8 standard size pedals, a voodoo lab pedal power 2 and an rjm mini effect gizmo without issue.

Recommended for use as a pedal tray.
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Handy drawer for Rack units
ROI Metalhead 12.08.2021
very simple drawer for rack units, does what it needs to, one slight drawback though is that its not the smoothest drawer on the rails provided, but not so bad that it gets stuck when pulling it out. Its nice that its got a slight lip at the front to stop things falling off the drawer.
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fuzzylogic2021 30.08.2021
Sturdy and does the job, but if you want to extend the arm length, you'll need a phillips head etc. A bit finicky, but got there in the end.
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