Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Oscar Bench Legs Make Great Tool Stand
The legs were sturdy and solid, which is what I needed to support my large, old, and very heavy drill press and my sander. I used the legs perpendicular to how they are normally used and made a small bench with sliding drawers underneath to hold drill press tooling, files, and wood lathe tools to help fit in my garage shop. The whole bench is on wheels so I can clean under it and move if I get water in the garage from my truck. I only had to drill one additional whole in each leg for the wheels. All the other holes worked for my design. I used one of the four knockouts for electrical but there were three more than I needed.
October 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Work bench legs - used for Big Green Egg BBQ
I used these legs for my Big Green Egg table. They are gray and I painted them with dark green Rustoleum from Home Depot and they match the Big Green Egg perfectly. I recommend these legs for other projects also other than just work benches. They are easy to work with and sturdy. They are special order so expect to wait 2 weeks.
December 17, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by merick Works but not Perfectly
These Legs are sturdy but do have some problems.
#1 They were tearing their way of of their shipping box on arrival. The packing stands to be improved.
#2 One foot on each pair of legs is bent up much more than the other like 10 or so degrees (I am not sure if it is intentional)
#3 There were weird lumps on the legs that I initially thought were sloppy welds; these turned out to be grease blobs that had been painted over. (I took a rag over them and easily they burst to reveal their gooey centers, reveling the bare metal below) These areas were about the size of a couple of quarters and now need to be repainted.
#4 While it is obvious that you will need cross stabilization between the two sets of legs it was a bit sad to find that the individual leg units also need internal cross stabilization in order not to oscillate when perturbed (amplitude ~1cm and frequency ~ 1 Hz with a 120 lbs table top). I remedied this by adding a diagonal 2X10 board inside of the frame of each pair of legs using #10 by 3" long wood screws.
In conclusion the legs are worth their price but they are not a top quality product. They will do the basic function and can be great with a little modification. They are a decent starting point.
March 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by howler Disappointed
so I paid $41 dollars for this (including tax) and for the money it was ok.....Metal was a little on the thin side, but then you get what you pay for....on one side of the cross strut was not welded, so I welded it and then went over the other 3 welds, just to make sure....I built a 39 wide by 95 inch long wortk table....the top was 2 pieces of 3/4 inch plywood, and they rested on the metal and I connected them with a 2x6 by 7 feet long.and then cross braced it, .I then braced 1 side with another 2x6 and then the 2 leftover pieces for the plywood, about 9 inches wide., for the bottom shelf....and mounted 4 inch caster wheels, after putting a 1x5 piece of wood to stabilize the wheel mounts. after all this the table is fairly sturdy and I would give it a rating of 9 out of 10.....the table would be a 10 if the metal legs were stronger and if it were not mounted on wheels....but, I gotta be able to move it around......it will work for my purposes....if you want a rock steady table, then you will need to obtain a much heavier duty set of legs....
October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MCYH Making my own industrial dining table
The only thing to keep in mind is that despite the description saying "$ price/each", the order is for a pair. So don't make the mistake I did by ordering two and receiving a total of 4 table legs.
These table legs come assembled and ready to go. They are actually quite lightweight in spite of their sturdiness. And for the price, these just can't be beat!
April 29, 2014