Specifications & Dimensions
|Height (in.):||28 to 43|
Ratings & Reviews
The Roller Stand That Will Send Your Sawhorses to the Wood Pile
The Craftsman Roller Stand's locking lever allows for height adjustments from 28" to 43" and you know what that means-no more stacking things on or beneath your sawhorses to get the right height! The roller stand's square tubing creates a strong base that provides extra stability and durability, while the steel-polished roller allows for free horizontal movement of the work piece on the 11-1/2" roller. The stand's ergonomic handle allows for easy tightening and adjusting, while the rubber base pads provide extra stability and skid resistance.
Compact and portable, the Roller Stand folds to a compact size for easy storage and transportation. Weighing in at only 10 pounds this stand can go anywhere with you! But don't let its size and weight fool you, it's still tough enough to support up to 130 pounds.
- The Craftsman Roller Stand is solid, dependable and easy to use
- Better than a sawhorse, you can adjust the height of this roller stand from 28" to 43" with an easy turn of the handle
- Compact and portable, the Roller Stand only weighs 10 pounds and is easy to tuck in a corner or hang up in your garage. Plus, when you're on the go you can simply toss it in the back of your truck or van and still have plenty of room for materials
- Helps you complete jobs smoothly and quickly-it's almost like having a helper that doesn't talk back
- Sturdy enough to support up to 130 pounds
- Great value
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on September 21, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
The roller stand works really well, though there are some quality issues with it. The first one I got, the chrome on the rod had pitting on it. The second one I got had some paint missing, but no pitting on the chrome. Other than that, the stand works well being. One improvement would be if you could lock the roller wheel. I found myself using it like a saw horse. So I wanted it to prop something up, but not roll. Since the height is adjustable, it is more useful than a saw horse. I also liked a feature on a different brand roller stand. It had a guild you can pop up on the sides, to prevent whatever is rolling on it from going off of the rollers. Overall it works very well for the intended purpose.
I already had one of these rollers to help with holding long 2x4s for the chop saw. I recently bought a planer and it works great to have these rollers on each side of the planer to keep the board level as it runs through. You can work smarter, not harder.
tips over on uneven service,i have a tripod stand that works a lot better.i would not buy this again.i'll use the roller only somewhere in my shop
The foot legs cam loose after moderate use. Poor design if they will not lock into place and stay there. The roller head tends to swivel as well. Can't tighten down so it stays together. When all together it does work well. I have a previous version that does stay together well. Needed a second one to support longer work pieces.
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South Lake Tahoe, CA
West Covina, CA
A very strong build, simple design. A really good third hand for holding long stock when cutting. The smooth roller allows me to adjust the cutting mark easily.
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