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Craftsman  43'' Adjustable Roller Stand

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Dimensions:
Height (in.): 43
Width (in.): 16.5
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Type: Roller stands
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Color/Finish: Chrome

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The Craftsman 43" Adjustable Roller Stand includes a retractable edge guides to prevent your work piece from falling to the floor. With a convenient leveling adjustment and a 2-hole securing feature, this roller stand has a solid, dependable sturdiness so you complete any job in much less time.

  • Wide 16-1/2 in. solid foot print provides stability
  • Height adjustable up to 43 in. with positive stop that prevents separation from roller/base
  • Polished chrome roller supports up to 250 lbs.
  • Precision metal ball bearing roller for smooth movement of work piece

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Added on February 16, 2009

 

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36 Reviewers (75.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Praise2 found this helpful
fixNmowers
Jan 27 , 2011
Great little roller stands

The Craftsman Roller Stands are just what I needed in my little shop.They are easy to use & they are easy to fold up and put away when they are not being used. I used some wall hooks that I made & they hang on the wall, just waitng to be used. I have two of these stands & use them with my cut off saw for when I am cutting straps or when I am cutting angle iron. These two roller standa have no problem holding 25 ft joints of angle iron with my saw in the middle. I have used as large as 2" angle. I also use these roller stands with my miter saw for when I am cutting lumber & with the rollers, it makes it pretty easy to cut and slide to your next mark and cut again. These roller stands help save a lot of time and makes your work easier to do. I also use these roller stands for my table saw to hold my materials cut off pieces. I intend on getting two more roller stands to help hold my plywood, while I am working. Just put a clamp by the edge to keep the roller from loosing the wood. These roller stands are easy to adjust the height for what ever you are working on. They are great for working in the shop or for using in the yard when you are doing those outdoor projects. I have had my stands for a little over 6-months and would recommend these to my friends.

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Surmount
Apr 16 , 2012
Good but it slides Down
This Roller is a functional piece of equipment until you start putting 4 x 4s on it for cutting, then the smooth sides of the adjustable arm cease to hold the roller in place unless you really torque down on the Handle. But it works great for things that don't weigh as much as 4x4s do, it rolls real smooth and helped me make straight cuts on all my lumber. Overall, I wouldn't take it back, I like it and it makes my carpentry work easier. On a side note, this thing would really be great if it had a ruler along the adjustable arm to help with adjusting it to the surface level of your saw.
 

GarageShop79

Maineville, OH

Mar 20 , 2013
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Great...until it strips

Purchased this roller stand last year and have done several projects over the fall/winter in the garage. This thing worked great and was so convenient....until the locking mechanism stripped and now the roller freely moves up and down. Too bad I can't lower my table saw to match. On hindsight, the awesome price of this stand should have been an indicator and now I see several common reviews with this flaw. I did pick up from a past review to use a C-clamp to keep the roller in place. At least I can use it in a pinch until I upgrade. I love Craftsman products, but I'm not purchasing this one again. Lesson learned.


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Retiree69

Leechburg, PA

Dec 21 , 2012
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Adjustable Stand

To tighten up the height adjustment you have to tighten it up a whole lot so that it does not slip. Even then it may slip. They can improve on this.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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TDTREEFARMS

Reynoldsburg, OH

Dec 3 , 2012
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HOLDERS

EXCELLENT PRODUCT FOR THE PRICE AND DELIVERY

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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pappy1

Hannibal, MO

Oct 26 , 2012
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portable and easy to adjust

Needed these as a 3rd and 4th hand.  Excellent, Easy to store when not in use. I have more than 2:):) 

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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kantw8

Imlay City, MI

Oct 11 , 2012
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Nice roller stand that works as expected

I bought a pair of these to help support wood when using my table saw. I've seen similar that were quite a bit more expensive. I also liked that this roller has guards on the side that help keep the material on the roller (the guides can be turns out of the way for wider material). The roller is reasonable sturdy and has one adjustable foot to help keep the roller steady. The roller have rounded edges unlike some other rollers. That is a feature I was looking for and was pleased that this roller has that. The locking mechanism needs to be tightened more than I expected to keep the roller positioned, but so far it hasn't been an issue. For the price, and for what I plan to use this for, I feel this was an excellent purchase. You could buy more expensive roller supports, but do you really need to? These work just fine for me.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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BrianM2

North Smithfield, RI

Sep 10 , 2012
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Nice tool, but....

Once I got the knack of of locking it down, it worked great. However, the locking nut is in a plastic housing and it stripped. Now it's stuck and can't be adjusted. I'm going to have to get creative to fix this poor design. It's too bad they chose to save money on such a low cost item. Embed a metal nut in the plastic housing and this doesn't happen!


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hawg-ryder

North Las Vegas, NV

Aug 8 , 2012
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Craftsman 43'' Adjustable Roller Stand is sturdy.

Well built and a good value for the money.  Still  representative of the Ceaftsman name.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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nannyone

Fulton, NY

Jun 25 , 2012
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Long Reach Can Do

I was a little scared about this one, but Sears always comes through so I figured I'd give it a try. Well they did it again. First the price was more than right. Second it came assembled, which made me happy. Third it has very little drift. I have paid a great deal more for similar products and not had nearly the same result with drifting. Finally, this thing is heavy duty. The only fault I found was the roller will stick once in awhile. I solved that problem with a hit of spray lubricant. Thanks Sears you make my very limited budget easier to deal with and still have the things I need in my workshop. Great job!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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rickbeids

Clinton, NY

Jun 22 , 2012
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Disappointed in this Craftsman product

I have always gone first to Craftsman for hand tools. Unfortunately, I am disappointed in the way this Roller Stand has performed. It looks good but.... It has not very easy to adjust to the desired height. And, the height adjustment lock handle stripped out so it is no longer usable for anything unless I use a C clamp or something similar to hold the stand at the desired height.


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Tech

Omaha, NE

Jun 7 , 2012
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Quick fix for hard to use height adjustment handle issue

If you have trouble turning the height adjustment handle enough to make the unit stay tight at your chosen height, here is a quick fix that I have used that worked for me. Remove the height adjustment screw completely from the unit by unscrewing it all the way out. Check the threads on the screw for dirt or metal particles. Take an old tooth brush or small wire brush and brush the threads clean. Next put a drop or two of light machine oil on the threads, and screw the handle back in and out of the unit a few times to oil the inside threads on the unit itself. Finally, remove the handle one last time and put a dab of grease on the very end of the screw, on the flat part that will apply pressure to the roller support tube. Screw it back in all the way and you're done. It should work alot better now.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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