The Gator G-Tour EFX 2 ATA Rack Case features tough 9mm plywood construction with a PVC exterior, reinforced stackable corners, spring loaded recessed handles and latches, 3.2mm thick front and rear r... Read More
The Gator G-Tour EFX 2 ATA Rack Case features tough 9mm plywood construction with a PVC exterior, reinforced stackable corners, spring loaded recessed handles and latches, 3.2mm thick front and rear rack rails, shallow 13" rackable depth with the lid removed, heavy-duty zinc plated hardware, and a tongue and groove extrusion aluminum valance.
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Comments about Gator G-Tour EFX 6 ATA Shallow Rack Road Case:
For such an expensive box made out of cheap plywood and scraps of aluminum, I expected it to be at least usable, but it's not. The screw positions are so far out of place, that you will only be able to use two or three screws for the majority of rack units on the market. Even then, it's such a tight fight that the screws will leave deep scars on the mounting brackets. It is unbelievable to me that a company whose entire focus has been protective cases for nearly two decades now, can't seem to figure out where to place screw holes, which are the core functionality of the product (holding the gear in place).
There are an awful lot of rivets to give you the visual impression that this a sturdy case, but that is far from the truth. The sides are almost entirely unreinforced plywood, which have a severe amount of "give" to them. Even with the outer corner positions of the rubber feet, when you set it down you can feel and hear the bottom of the case bend and hit whichever unit is in the bottom rack position. By definition, that means this case does NOT meet the ATA 300 specification.