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Home Depot: Bora Mitre Saw Stand + Wheel Kit + Pedestal Roller Stand $99

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Home Depot: Bora Mitre Saw Stand + Wheel Kit + Pedestal Roller Stand $99

$99 & includes the wheel kit and a roller stand. Link Here

Reg price for just the stand is $145 (link here). Seems to be a decent price?
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Jan 25, 2005
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I guess you can use with any brand saw ?
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So tippy with a big saw.

I got one and its impossible to move with the saw on it..
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Belleville
Great price if this is decent. Picked one up to try with my light 7 inch saw that I carry around
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Seems like great value for the money, with the wheels and pedestal stand.
Ordered and will try it out today
Thanks, OP!
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Kitchener
Good deal, I paid more for the non rolling stand and didnt come with the pedestal roller.

That being said, the pedeatal roller would be better suited for a table saw for out feed but good deal non the less. Those rollers are like $30-40 each

Love this stand for the mitre saw
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Jan 23, 2021
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I've been looking out for a stand. Anyone know whether this would work well for Dewalt DWS799 saw? It's 12" and on the heavier side. Would be for personal home use.
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hearnoevil wrote: So tippy with a big saw.

I got one and its impossible to move with the saw on it..
gizmo8 wrote: If you can wait the Toughbuilt one usually goes on sale for about $135..it's a lot better than this one.The one the OP linked if you got a heavy saw it feels very unbalanced.
Hmm...how heavy of a saw before it feels tippy? It feels really solid with my 50-ish pound mastercraft (after balancing the centre of gravity) but I'm absolutely pining for a Bosch glide and those are like 70 lb ish? *droooollll
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Nov 26, 2015
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I got this I store for 75 a few weeks ago (plus another 10 off because I had other stuff which allowed me to use 10 off 100 newsletter coupon) I have a 12 inch dewalt which weighs a ton, it is very stable and feels very well built. Haven't set up the roller yet. Would recommend for sure.

Edit: if it helps my saw is 42Ib / 19kg
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audi_rs wrote: Good deal, I paid more for the non rolling stand and didnt come with the pedestal roller.

That being said, the pedeatal roller would be better suited for a table saw for out feed but good deal non the less. Those rollers are like $30-40 each

Love this stand for the mitre saw
Love your cyclone+vacuum stand, what did you use for it?

Got this as well at the beginning of january for 99$, decent stand and the pedestal roller is a nice bonus. I have a ridgid 10" sliding miter saw on it and it's stable. Very easy to unclip the saw from the stand if you need it somewhere else. I remember instructions were not super clear during set up but there's not much that can go wrong here. Didn't set up the wheel as I placed it on a permanent location so I can't vouch for them.
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Great deal. Was on the fence of getting one. Will pick it up at this price. If not good... I'll return it
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bluegreenshxt wrote: $99 & includes the wheel kit and a roller stand. Link Here

Reg price for just the stand is $145 (link here). Seems to be a decent price?
is that a way to to see price history from homedepot on ur 2nd link?
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bluegreenshxt wrote: Hmm...how heavy of a saw before it feels tippy? It feels really solid with my 50-ish pound mastercraft (after balancing the centre of gravity) but I'm absolutely pining for a Bosch glide and those are like 70 lb ish? *droooollll
I got the Milwaukee 12 dual slide.. It's a pain to even carry and impossible to move on the stand. A zero gravity one or what ever it's called would make things so much easier.
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GTA Markham (1) and Richmond hill (3) seems to have stock for instore pickup.
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audi_rs wrote: Good deal, I paid more for the non rolling stand and didnt come with the pedestal roller.

That being said, the pedeatal roller would be better suited for a table saw for out feed but good deal non the less. Those rollers are like $30-40 each

Love this stand for the mitre saw
login wrote: Love your cyclone+vacuum stand, what did you use for it?

Got this as well at the beginning of january for 99$, decent stand and the pedestal roller is a nice bonus. I have a ridgid 10" sliding miter saw on it and it's stable. Very easy to unclip the saw from the stand if you need it somewhere else. I remember instructions were not super clear during set up but there's not much that can go wrong here. Didn't set up the wheel as I placed it on a permanent location so I can't vouch for them.
Very intrigued about this dust collector, can you tell me more about it? Does it use any vacuum?

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