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Craftsman  98'' Universal Bench Tool Work Stand

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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions:
Depth (in.): 27
Height (in.): 34
Width (in.): 98
Product Overview:
Item Weight (lbs.): 92.5 lbs.
Color:
Color/Finish: Black
Installation:
Assembly Required: Assembly Required

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The Craftsman Professional Universal Bench-Tool Work Stand has a large work surface to accommodate a variety of bench top tools. This heavy-duty contender has a maximum load capacity of 300 lbs. and can be moved or stored with the bench-top tool still attached.

  • Features:
    • 300 lbs. load capacity
    • Safety switch and circuit breakers reset
    • Extension bars and height adjustable rollers
    • Bars extend to a total of 98" to support the work piece
    • Work light with 20" flexible neck
    • Lights your work from either side of the table
    • Square-section steel legs with cross supports provides strength and durability
    • Adjustable leg with non-marring feet for stability and support
    • Lower foot functions as a foot, handle and dolly when table is collapsed.
    • Large 10" pneumatic tires for job site portability

    • 34" H x 27" W x 98" L
    • Weight: 92.5 lbs.
    • Some assembly required


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    Added on May 26, 2010

     

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    3 Reviewers (43.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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    Most Helpful Reviews

    Praise4 found this helpful
    chuck100
    Mar 8 , 2008
    4 stars
    nice stand but only half of the universal mounting holes line up to the a craftsman miter saw
    Criticism4 found this helpful
    DaninTX
    May 16 , 2008
    Nice but...
    Sadly I just returned my new stand. Good concept but poor manufacturing left mine with two defects. First was the automatic braking system for the main wheels.One side would not release in the fold up position so I could not roll it. Second was the safety catch for the rear legs. It would not reach to engage. I hope they correct this in later releases because it is a good design.
     

    grrid

    Glenmont, NY

    Jan 19 , 2013
    via sears.com
    Overall
    Work stand is fantastc

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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    rclark74

    Leonard, TX

    Jan 7 , 2013
    via sears.com
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    not sure of what should go in this location

    when opened does not sit level very hard to lock in the open position. Extension arms are not user friendly must have rollers pulled all the way up in order to fold up work stand and then have to put back down to store in upright position


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    ScottyTexan

    Emory, TX

    Apr 20 , 2012
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    What can you expect from a Chinese product

    Somewhat decent design but poor implementation and some design issues. Doubt many Chinese Contractors roll this around their jobsites. Small wheels fell apart from minimal use, paint flaking, somewhat heavy, brakes won't disengage, and parts corroding. The main wheels are hard rubber and not the inflated tire as depicted. Definitely not a Contractor's table. Been better off buying a Dewalt and putting better tires on it.


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    eenmijay

    Fairfax, VA

    Aug 3 , 2010
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    Acceptable, with some design issues

    My biggest complaint with the design is the fact that the knobs that lock the extension of the infeed/outfeed rollers from the table extend into the plane of the table surface.  This prevents you from conveniently using the table surface to support a sheet of material.  It strikes me that it would be a small thing to design these knobs differently.  I understand that the principal design motivation is as a tool support, in which case the working plane will be above the plane of the table, but why restrict the usability this way?

    After installing the lamp and using the table for a while, I removed the lamp.  In my experience, it was more in the way than of use, both while in use and when collapsed and stored.  When I need it, I will just clamp it to one of the rails.

    Aside from the design, there were a few manufacturing/packaging issues.  During installation of the bottom U-bar that acts as the support/base when collapsed, I discovered that one end of the bar had gotten bashed, and I need to twist it back into shape to be able to get the retaining bolt in place.  The cables that actuate the built-in brake to lock the large wheels when in use are out of adjustment.  They are supposed to retract when the stand is collapsed, thereby allowing the wheels to turn freely.  Instead, they drag, so I'll have to adjust those as well.

    For me, this was an impulse purchase when I saw it on substantial discount.  I think it could be improved, but it's generally okay.


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    timtoolman2

    , Sturgis SD

    Sep 8 , 2008
    via sears.com
    Overall
    Handy portable table

    Have been looking for a tool stand for my miter saw that was strong and had large enough wheels to move around outside. This stand fit the bill perfectly, it is made out of metal so it is some-what heavy but with the wheels its a snap to move around and tips up for easy storage. It has a light which is great for working in rooms that are being remodeled and you don't have enough lights set-up. The only complaint I can think of are some of the welds could be better

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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    DaninTX

    Austin, TX

    May 16 , 2008
    via sears.com
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    Nice but...

    Sadly I just returned my new stand. Good concept but poor manufacturing left mine with two defects. First was the automatic braking system for the main wheels.One side would not release in the fold up position so I could not roll it. Second was the safety catch for the rear legs. It would not reach to engage. I hope they correct this in later releases because it is a good design.


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    chuck100

    moscow, ks

    Mar 8 , 2008
    via sears.com
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    4 stars

    nice stand but only half of the universal mounting holes line up to the a craftsman miter saw

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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