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Craftsman Universal Miter Saw Stand

Item# 00916491000P | Model# YH-MS029A | Added on September 14, 2012 |
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The Support You Need Whether you're in the backyard or in the garage, this universal miter saw stand makes sure you can saw from almost anywhere. The universal bracket design fits most 10" and 12" miter saws for hassle-free mounting and removal. From the workshop to your truck to the construction site, you'll have no problem carting this Craftsman stand around.

  • Universal design means brackets fit most 10" and 12" miter saws along with other bench top tools
  • Support arms extend up to 80" to accommodate longer work pieces
  • Spring-loaded legs easily fold up to store in your shed or garage
  • 2 height-adjustable 11.5" smooth steel rollers help you feed long work pieces
  • Weighs less than 25 lbs. for easy transporting from job to job
  • Supports up to 330 lbs.
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By dawnhawk
December 17th, 2017
Good stand--lighter than some

When I got a second miter saw I was going to get a second set of brackets for my Skil stand. It would have cost me nearly $50, and this was on sale for not much more. The Skil stand is extremely sturdy but also very heavy. I like this because it is almost as sturdy and much easier to carry. I like the stability of the double rails on the extensions. They don't extend as far as the Skil but far enough for most situations. Extra brackets are widely available under the Powertec brand for half the price of the Skil.

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By Jon123453
April 30th, 2018
Broke almost immediately

I bought this as a Christmas present. We didn't use it until April. The plastic clamping handle broke immediately. Craftsman products used to be good but I don't think they are anymore.

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Normie1
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Solid stand bu

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t needs wheels.

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Duncan8or
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The sent me a broken product.

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Sears sent me a product that had the words "Defect" written across the box and underlined. Adding insult to injury, the box had some significant exterior damage. Lastly, when I went to assemble the stand, one of the clamps was broken.

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Dmac100
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Mitre Saw stand is an awesome value

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The universal mitre saw stand is heavy duty enough to provide a strong work stand but light enough to move around and it stores easily in my shop. I could not use the spacing brackets because my mitre saw was about a 1/4” too wide but the base of my saw is plenty strong enough to make the attachment strong and stable. The slide out supports are about right for most all jobs.  Great stand for a great price.

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