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[Home Depot] Ryobi Universal Mitre Saw Stand

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[Home Depot] Ryobi Universal Mitre Saw Stand

Decent deal on a well-reviewed mitre saw stand. Down to $88 from $118. Saw deal in store and picked one up! (Haven't had a chance to unbox it yet)
Most mitre saw stands are at least twice as expensive, if not more.
Reviews say it's very stable and solid. I believe it's intended for 10" or smaller saws, but 12" should work if making a mounting adapter from plywood.
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vodka wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 7:43 pm
Did anyone get this?
I saw a post back in september of the 10" sliding ryobi + this stand for $199... I'm holding out hope that happens again as I have $150 gift card and would love a sliding miter for my basement reno project lol.
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Yeah I got that deal when it was up, I haven't had any use for the saw or the stand yet so they're still in a box in my basement
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barqers wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 7:46 pm
I saw a post back in september of the 10" sliding ryobi + this stand for $199... I'm holding out hope that happens again as I have $150 gift card and would love a sliding miter for my basement reno project lol.
I was also waiting for that deal to come back for quite some time but it never seemed to return. Not on black Friday, cyber Monday nor boxing day.
I lucked out and got the Lowe's Kobalt 10" sliding compound mitre saw on sale for $150, then this Ryobi stand. Still happy!
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stjonnypopo wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 7:50 pm
Yeah I got that deal when it was up, I haven't had any use for the saw or the stand yet so they're still in a box in my basement
That's the RFD way! Buy it because it's a great deal, because you never know when you MIGHT need it!
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Bedboi wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 8:02 pm
Heres the saw to complete it
https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.10-i ... 48699.html

I just need these things for a one time use to shorten bunk beds metal posts so i cant justify buying it.
I'm sure that's a great saw, but it's not sliding like some previous posts mention in regard to the $199 deal with Ryobi stand and sliding mitre saw.
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Anyone got this to fit a 12" sliding mitre saw?

Bought the Craftsman 12" Dual Devel from Sears 2 years ago and just wondering if this stand would work.
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barqers wrote: I saw a post back in september of the 10" sliding ryobi + this stand for $199... I'm holding out hope that happens again as I have $150 gift card and would love a sliding miter for my basement reno project lol.
I got in on this deal. I'm assuming it'll be back again. But maybe Father's Day ?

Pretty awesome deal free stand
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aquariaguy wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 1:52 pm
I got in on this deal. I'm assuming it'll be back again. But maybe Father's Day ?

Pretty awesome deal free stand
Yeah! Especially considering the saw is already marked down from $248 to $199 then + free stand... Jelly
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mgdsky wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 12:58 pm
Anyone got this to fit a 12" sliding mitre saw?

Bought the Craftsman 12" Dual Devel from Sears 2 years ago and just wondering if this stand would work.
It comes with 2 adjustable brackets that you attach under your saw and then you can quick connect your saw to the stand.

I have something extremely similar but made by King Canada. I do not use it everyday but it's very useful. My saw is a mastcraft sliding and works great.
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Bedboi wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 8:02 pm
Heres the saw to complete it for a decent price
https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.10-i ... 48699.html

I just need these things for a one time use to shorten bunk beds metal posts so i cant justify buying it.
Why not get an angle grinder? You could find one for $20 at a pawn ship likely, even new you can get cheap: $40: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B074M2 ... UTF8&psc=1
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Questionz wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 5:17 pm
How reliable is the cut? Always wondered because I hear Ryobi is more of the lower end of tools.
Pretty reliable to me. Than again I'm not a pro. I have the Ryobi drills and hand circular saw, works pretty good and battery woot! Now I just need 2 more cheap batteries.
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