Specifications & Dimensions
|Overall Dimensions:||80 L in.|
|Type:||Stands & Bases|
|For Use With:||Miter Saws, Universal|
Ratings & Reviews
Deluxe Miter Saw Stand Has the Angles Covered
If you have a project that calls for precision, the Craftsman deluxe miter saw stand will help you make sure you get it right the first time without frustrating slips and wasted wood. The stand rests on sturdy steel legs that lock in place to support up to 330 pounds-that's plenty of capacity for your saw and your project materials. Two steel rollers help keep your longer pieces moving along smoothly the 80-inch length, which means you won't have to worry about bumps that can make you start all over.
This deluxe miter saw stand comes with universal mounting brackets that let you quickly place and remove most 10-inch and 12-inch miter saws. The stand includes a two-outlet power strip, giving you the freedom to work away from electrical outlets. Fold the stand and roll it away when you're finished.
- Mobile enough to move around the yard, sturdy enough to get the job done, the Craftsman deluxe miter saw stand makes a quick job of set up so you can get on with the work you need to do
- Universal quick-release mounting brackets
- Fits most 10" and 12" miters saws
- Supports up to 330 lbs
- Support arms extend up to 80"
- Includes a two-outlet power strip with safety switch
- Support legs are spring loaded and lock into place for working, then fold easily for storage
- 1-1/2" x 8" wheels
- Round steel tubing provides stability
- Two 11-1/2" steel rollers help feed long pieces
Added on October 06, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
De Soto, MO
Also bought the 21237 10" sliding miter saw and it fits this stand quite well. Stand was very easy to assemble and set up. It is also very functional as features are easy to use plus it folds up easy enough so you can move around on the 2 wheels with the saw still mounted. .............. I felt the 6 mm bolts were a bit small & cheesy for mounting the saw & cross braces so I upgraded to 5/16-18 bolts with flat washers & nylon locking nuts ... much more solid. First set up with the supplied hardware as the carriage heads slide nicely in the slots to aid in getting it in to the ideal position. Once ideal position is found, tighten down all 8 screws then remove one at a time and replace with the 5/16" bolts. The bolts threaded thru the slots for the saw mounting easily enough without modification but I needed to run a 5/16" reamer thru the 4 cross bar mounting points which were slightly narrower. ................ Had a pair of 9" wheels I saved off of and old Craftsman compressor and swapped them on too. Fit a little too snug between the e-clips, so I had to remove a little bit of material from each wheel hub before they would spin freely. They look exactly the same as the supplied 8" wheels but the extra 1" diameter makes going up stairs much easier. ................... This saw & stand replaced a 1994 Craftsman Cast Iron 10" saw on a 2004 Ridgid MSUV. The Ridgid stand is much more heavy duty, has 12" wheels, and a "foot" so you can fold stand and store vertically with saw still mounted (similar to the current $175 Craftsman 3760). I originally put the new saw on the Ridgid stand and it fit quite well. However, it fits this Craftsman stand much better and I don't need to be able to store it vertically as I leave it "set up" at home. I'm bringing the old saw & stand to "work" where it WILL be folded & stored "vertically" out of the way most of the time.
I purchased this saw to use with a 17 year old Craftsman Professional series 12" compound miter saw. Installation was simple, although I did have to provide 4 longer mounting bolts. The included bolts were not long enough to reach through the mounting holes on the saw. Everything worked quite well once mounted to the stand. The wheels make it easy to transport, even in tall grass or rough terrain. I should not have waited so long to purchase one of these.
Very nice item and fits my 10" Craftsman saw like a glove.. The end stands make work very easy. Unfolding stand with saw attached is a bit hard due to the wheels and unbalance of the saw when attached.. Otherwise is very sturdy, easy to use and built well..
I had a problem with the first one I ordered and was able to go to the store and exchange it. I wish that companies would realize that women are buying these products and make it easier to put together and work with. The overall quality is good, but if you don't have someone to help it is hard to put together and open the legs....
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