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Craftsman 10' Universal Miter Saw Stand
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Craftsman 10' Universal Miter Saw Stand

Item# 00922304000P | Model# 22304 | Added on July 26, 2010
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Solid, Sturdy and Fast to Move: A Quality Saw Stand Whether you’re rolling up on the job site, or a buddy’s back yard, bring this solid Craftsman Saw Stand with you. Fast to fold, and sturdy as stone, it’s got the expansion and adjustment you need to get the job done. Featuring a pair of arms that stretch up to 10 feet wide, it’s the perfect spot for precisely cutting trim and long work pieces, while the smooth moving rollers make positioning tight miters and bevels quick.
Designed to fit most popular and all Craftsman miter saws, this table adjusts quickly and easily with a pair of sliding table panels. To help you get the job done with precision, each tabletop is ruled and marked so you can take measurements with a glance and establish perfect positioning in seconds. A solid piece of jobsite furniture that breaks down and builds-up fast, this Saw Stand gives you the support you need for stable cuts and air-tight corners. Get your saw off the ground with this mobile masterpiece.

  • Craftsman Saw Stand brings accuracy and support anywhere the job needs to get done.
  • Frame folds into a compact rolling package for superior mobility and easy storages
  • Features two rollers and support wings that extend up to 10 ft. in length, making it perfect for long work pieces like baseboards and siding
  • Sturdy build features integrated locking mechanism in legs
  • Ruled and graphed table top aides in hand cuts and miter saw placement
  • Some assembly required
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by TroutAngler
April 25th, 2011
A must have for your miter saw

This item was on-sale when I bought it at sears. I an glad I got it. It took me just over an hour to set up my 12 in miter saw on it so I could get to work. It is a bit heavy and could use a handle to make rolling it around easier. Once I finish using it, I fold it up and roll it under my workbench to store it. The rollers and material supports work nicely and extend easily to each side. The knobs to lock them in place are easy to turn and hold tight once adjusted.

I would recommend this to anyone needing a good and sturdy miter saw stand.

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by dcobber
April 25th, 2008
I returned mine...

I was very picky when picking out a miter saw stand, yet I didn't want to spend $200+ on a professional quality stand, so I was looking at ones around $100. Found this one on a craftsman sale for $85, normally $119 and took the bait. Pros: The included template board ensures that any saw you have will fit. This was about the only thing I liked about it though Cons: Overall cheap feel. Included screws did not match the manual and didn't work with the wheels. Wheels themselves as well as the main frame were scrawny and cheap feeling. Extension arms didn't slide smoothly. Didn't like the strange yellowish color of the metal. Just didn't look like it would hold up over time. After getting this one out of the box and not liking the week look of it not to mention the strangely discolored yellow metal parts, and then finally realizing they had screws that would not work with the install on some parts (the head were slotted, yet the fittings on the stand were not). I stopped mid install and opted to get a competitors stand I'd been eyeing for roughly the same amount. Night and day difference between the build quality and look & feel between the two and I chose to keep the competitors one. I've been a long time Craftsman fan but that's been slowly changing as Craftsman of today is not what it was 10+ years ago. Even at $85 I was not about to keep this one. Can't say I actually used it though as Sears told me if I had, I'd have to take a restocking fee hit to return it and I wasn't about to loose any more time & money over this piece Admittedly reviews vary and I was surprised at all the positive reviews on this one especially after seeing what else was out there. Take a good look at a display one before purchasing

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PSSI
RATED

Versatile and Useful!!!

Excellent Product and Quality. It is very versatile and useful!

November 28th, 2013 via sears.com
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Irishmac
RATED

Covers all the bases

Got this stand for $15 on Craigslist new in box! Completed assembly with no problems. It is long and heavy but just what I needed. I found the mounting platform to be some what outdated and converted it to accept quick clamp mounts from old stand. Perfect and very quick removal of saw. The wheels are really low quality for such a heavy piece. Went to surplus store and bought heavy duty wheel set. Now it is not only sturdy but more stable during transport. Sears should think about upgrading wheels and update saw mounting platform as it looks like a work-mate product and is lower quality than frame.

March 24th, 2013 via sears.com
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BillT43
RATED

Good Value

For $116, not too bad; a bit unsteady when set up, but does the job. One major weakness: the wheel assemblies. These are cheap and flimsy, and after installation, if one tries to wheel the unit, the wheels resist (because of the awkward angle that they are on when attached to the leg) and the assembly slips up the leg that it is mounted to. This can be remedied by drilling a hole into the leg, on the opposite side from where the wheel is, for a large sheet metal screw. There is already a hole in the backside of the wheel assembly, so if you use that to mark on the leg, drill the hole in the leg, and then thread the screw through both holes, into the leg, it will hold the wheel assembly tight and there is no more slippage. I did not have the problem of screws/bolts not matching as another reviewer reported (although one cap nut was missing from the parts bag).

January 25th, 2013 via sears.com
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rudied
RATED

10' Universal Miter Saw Stand

A gift for my brother. He loves it.

January 10th, 2013 via sears.com
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MICHAEL Rose
RATED

Great Helper

Great help for my miter saw. Love the extendable supports.

January 2nd, 2013
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sw41
RATED

not what I expect from craftsman

What makes it universal is the step where you drill holes into the fiber boards to mount your saw. I spent the first hour repairing one of the legs with a bad spring pin. Then the board guides (just folded metal) were not folded over enough to put the bolt in per the directions. It is also disappointing that the cheap wheels are not useable to move the stand around when it is folded up. Being unlikely I will want to move it while unfolded, I may move the wheels to another part of the stand. Buyers remorse now but I did get it on clearance but even 1/2 price does not seem appropriate.

November 26th, 2012 via sears.com
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bamafan762
RATED

Very useful

Bought to go with Craftsman 12" sliding miter saw. Works well and is very stable. Heavy. Took awhile to assemble. The rollers and the extensions work well and very useful.

October 31st, 2012 via sears.com
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James Haught
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Should have gotten this sooner

Good value at normal price but very good value on sale. Frame seems to be plenty heavy to last a long time if you're not an every day pro. Will be setting up bench grinder and other tools to fit on this stand. Wish I had bought one of these earlier to save my back from not working off of the ground.

October 30th, 2012
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Patricia Growney
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October 28th, 2012
Michael Eurell
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Great Value on sale with Shop Your Way rewards also!! Beats 2 saw horses hands down!!

A bit Heavy & Gangly to move from job to job. great if left set up. Wheels are pretty much useless. I tightened pretty tight and they slid while moving stand. Works for any miter saw as you need to drill holes in the wood top anyway to bolt down. Works with my Craftsman 12" compound miter & 10" miter saws. Sure beats 2 saw horses hands down. All in all Great tool for the price.

October 28th, 2012
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Greg Sharp
RATED

Bought at a good price point when on sale. Wish the pro stand was less expensive.

Good value if you get on sale. I bought this for my Craftsman dual bevel compound miter saw. The stand gets the job done but I wish it had longer extensions out to the side.

October 21st, 2012
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David Stoker
RATED

Great value and quality !!!

Purchased this stand and it works great with and brand miter saw. Quality is great and makes work a breeze. Looked at Lowes, Home Depot and other stores and the is the best and lower priced that the other stores. Would recommend this to everyone. Five stars!!!

October 20th, 2012
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CHAD THOMAS
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craftsman quality!

Quality built miter saw stand. It is very sturdy and is universal for most any miter saw. Very handy when you have to cut 12 foot trim. The only down fall is its heavy and awkward to fold up. But I leave mine set up so it is not an issue.

September 26th, 2012
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sjhollowell
RATED

Craftsman 10 Universal Miter Saw Stand.............isn't

<p>When I purchased the Craftsman 10 Universal Miter Saw Stand I was under the impression that it would work with the 10&quot; Compound Miter Saw (professional unit). I put it together as instructed by the attached paperwork. I worked for a few hours trying to get straight cuts. After walking away to get my head clear, I looked back to see the stand was bowed due to the weight of the saw. I took it off and reinstalled it thinking I might have done something wrong....nope...it still bowed, so it is universal except for the heavier saw... I returned it to find a<br />stand that can handle the increased weight of the big saw. For a lighter saw the stand would be a very good unit and if I were going to have a smaller saw I would purchase the stand from Sears.</p>

July 25th, 2012 via sears.com
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BiggestBaddestZ
RATED

Craftsman 10' Universal Miter Saw Stand

I bought one for my son and it was so much better than mine that I bought one for myself as well. This stand is very stable and mobile. It has rollers and outriggers to support long work

July 23rd, 2012 via sears.com
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Mangochutney
RATED

Craftsman 10' Universal Miter Saw Stand

Pretty sturdy, except for the wheels. Easy to set up. Nice features, but the work area is a little too high.

July 16th, 2012 via sears.com
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TorqueMan
RATED

Not a bad Miter Saw Stand

Pros: Sturdy, easy to assemble, good value for the money
Cons: Weight (too heavy)

June 29th, 2012 via sears.com
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lenbetty
RATED

Universal Miter saw stand

I like the stand for its ease of setup, but I do not like the wooden platform you have to mount your saw to. It inhibits the movement of the saws extensions and doesn't appear that the wood will not last long. It would be better to have the same square tubing with bolt slots to hold the saw to the stand. I found a better stand at ***** for less money after I got the Craftsman stand.

May 31st, 2012 via sears.com
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Smogg
RATED

Good stand but not what I was looking for

I was looking at this item and was hoping that I could leave a miter saw attached for storage. I bought it, took it home and assembled it to find out that even if there was a way to leave the saw attached it would not roll very well. The wheels are not attached in a way that it could be used as a cart for transporting and storing a saw.....over all it is well built and sturdy....and heavy. It would have been a good stand for me if it had the features i was looking for. I give a 4 star rating because of its construction and design.

May 22nd, 2012 via sears.com
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sunnytom
RATED

Miter Saw Stand makes life easy and comfortable

The Craftsman 10' Miter Saw Stand makes home improvement projects easy and safe to complete alone. Last summer, I re-sided the house. Cutting 16' cement board was achieved without assistance due the the length and sturdiness of the stand. Also, it limited wasted cuts by providing a stable cutting surface.

April 16th, 2012 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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