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PROTOCOL Miter Saw Work Station

Item# 00919395000P | Model# 67106 | Added on March 27, 2019 |
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PROTOCOL Miter Saw Work Station
$125.88
$199.99
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To be efficient in your next home or business project you will need the best quality and most professional tool at your disposal. The Protocol 97105 Professional Miter Saw Work Station is the ideal project companion. This feature works with most brands of miter saws. Its heavy-duty carry-handle with 2 solid core wheels make its mobility far more accessible. Features include: universal tool mount brackets with adapters, built-in 3 outlet GFCI, folding legs with quick-release lever handles, adjustable width from 55-inches to 124-inches, capped feet and tubes, and 1/8-inch quad steel material support with stop.Constructed of high-grade and corrosion-resistant, powder-coated steel, this stand has a 500 pound weight capacity and the adjustable tool mount. The tool mounts have a sliding rail that lets you adjust the center of gravity of any mounted tool and create a steady foundation while cutting and its sturdy powder-coated steel legs are capped for use on finished surfaces. One pair of legs feature fold-down storage brackets that can hold a variety of builder materials. The top width adjusts from 35-inches to 77-inches, allowing for an extensive workload. 

  • PORTABLE WORKSTATION - Portable wheeled workstation with adjustable tool mount brackets and extendable material supports
  • PROFESSIONAL GRADE STRENGTH - Made of high-grade steel that can support up to 500lb of materials so you can tackle big jobs faster
  • UNIVERSAL MOUNT - Adjustable tool mount brackets have six
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