Guys, Let's face it. Sometimes it's not worth the hassle asking the ol' lady or ungrateful heathens to give you a hand out in the garage on your project. This stand works just as good, and doesn't give you any backtalk!!!
As mentioned by several other reviews, the roller stand would not hold the weight of a board. It worked quite well and was very useful until this happened (upon inspection the threads of the bolt shredded). I used it sparingly as a DIYer with light loads (never close to the 130 lbs) to support work while making cuts on the miter saw, etc. I am disappointed that the tool failed in such a simple way rendering it useless. Craftsmen quality not what I would expect. This will influence my future purchases. If you cannot make the simple tools to last, why should I take the chance to spend several hundred dollars on expensive tools made by Sears/Craftsman.
It made it so easy to move things when did remodeling.
Works just fine for me. Needed a helper for long cuts and this works just fine. Well made.
It adjusts easily to various heights. It is light weight and still sturdy. It folds up and takes up very little room.
This roller stand is built tough...I mean it's heavy, solid...I honestly think you could drive a tractor trailer of this product and it'll just keep working. I do wish the cam was a bit easier to use, less a screw drive and more of an adjustable clamp would have been better, but like I said, this thing is like hard muscle. Do keep in mind that of your roller stand is not perpendicular to your jointer, planer, or table saw while you're using it as an out-feed support, the lumber can drift, throwing off your cut!