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Edsal

Model ABL30

Internet #204417821

33 in. H x 2 in. W x 30 in. D Steel Adjustable Height Workbench Legs

$54.35 /pair
  • Industrial grade steel
  • Assembles easily to compatible Edsal worktop
  • Adjustable legs

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These industrial grade Edsal Adjustable Height Workbench Legs are strong, sturdy and durable with a 4000 lb. capacity to handle most any project. Easy to install, these legs adjust from 29 in. to 33 in. height and have 2-3/4 in. wide feet that can be bolted to the floor for added stability. Suitable for steel, compressed wood, plastic laminate, solid maple or other work surfaces, these legs are easy to install and made-to-last.

  • 4000 lb. capacity per pair
  • Durable steel construction with an attractive grey finish
  • Adjusts from 29 in. to 33 in. H
  • Double electrical knock-outs front and rear
  • 2-3/4 in. wide feet can be bolted to the floor for extra stability
  • Includes 2 bench legs

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Can threaded casters (wheels) be added to the bottom of the legs?

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April 22, 2016
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I would not, I got mine yesterday and just added 3/16" threaded leveling feet, and just my bodyweight on the bench was enought to bend the foot tabs about 15*. If you want to install casters or threaded feet, then you will want to add 2" x 2 7/8" metal plate or hardwood to the bottom of the legs then thread your foot/caster through that to spread out the weight across the entire bottom of the leg instead Read More
I would not, I got mine yesterday and just added 3/16" threaded leveling feet, and just my bodyweight on the bench was enought to bend the foot tabs about 15*. If you want to install casters or threaded feet, then you will want to add 2" x 2 7/8" metal plate or hardwood to the bottom of the legs then thread your foot/caster through that to spread out the weight across the entire bottom of the leg instead of a thin 14 gauge tab. Read Less
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I would not, I got mine yesterday and just added threaded leveling feet, and just my bodyweight on the bench was enought to bend the foot tabs about 15*. If you want to install casters or threaded feet, then you will want to add 2" x 2 7/8" metal plate or hardwood to the bottom of the legs then thread your foot/caster through that to spread out the weight across the entire bottom of the leg instead of a Read More
I would not, I got mine yesterday and just added threaded leveling feet, and just my bodyweight on the bench was enought to bend the foot tabs about 15*. If you want to install casters or threaded feet, then you will want to add 2" x 2 7/8" metal plate or hardwood to the bottom of the legs then thread your foot/caster through that to spread out the weight across the entire bottom of the leg instead of a thin 14 gauge tab. Read Less
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October 24, 2015
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I would think so. Legs have holes for mounting them on the floor. There should be no problem to attach wheels there instead.
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July 19, 2014
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Thank you for your question. The answer is casters are not recommended for this product. Sorry for the inconvenience.
I hope this helps you with your purchasing decision.
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July 4, 2014
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Hi daralette,
Yes, you can install casters to these work bench legs.
However, the casters you posted have machine screws sticking out that appear to be a similar size to the holes on the bottom of the legs.
If the holes are too small, you'd need to re-drill a larger hole so the screws can fit. If the holes are too big, you'd need to use a washer and nut so the casters can fit securely onto Read More
Hi daralette,
Yes, you can install casters to these work bench legs.
However, the casters you posted have machine screws sticking out that appear to be a similar size to the holes on the bottom of the legs.
If the holes are too small, you'd need to re-drill a larger hole so the screws can fit. If the holes are too big, you'd need to use a washer and nut so the casters can fit securely onto it.
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I want to use these legs to make a work table, but the height seems very short.

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I want to use these legs to make a good work table for my garage. I have a great piece of birch plywood for the table top. The work legs are only 32 inches high. They seem very short to make a work table out of.
Could I put 2x3s under the plywood running the length of the work bench to make the table top higher or could you suggest another way of making the total height of the work bench taller? I would like to make the table four foot high total and could use some advice.
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It is possible to add something (I would suggest hard wood) either between legs and floor or legs and table top. This way you can gain 1 or 2 inches. You can gain 4 inches but adding wood block under feet and above them. However, if you are planning to mount a vise on it, the height in my opinion is perfect. I used two sheets of 19mm thick plywood stuck one on another for a tabletop.
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Four foot high is a "bit of a reach" to pardon the expression unless you are a basketball player. Kitchen counter heights are around 37". Your thinking is spot-on when it comes to the use of 2x3 stringers. They will increase the height as desired and improve the lateral stability. I suggest you consider a "mock-up" with your intended top and see which height appeals best to you.
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Thank you for your question. I think your solution to your is creative and could work. Doing this would void and weight and warranty claims made by Edsal. But we will work with all customers if the product does not work for them.
I hope this helps you with your decision.
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I didn't see how long a top it will support 4ft or 5 ft any ideas

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Mine's holding a 30" x 80" solid wood door panel just fine. Just make sure you buy an appropriate stringer for rigity, or get some metal and make one your self.
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Thank you for your question. The length it will support depends on the material you use for a top and how it is reinforced. For example a 3/4" piece of plywood cut to length and reinforced with a back so it would not bow could be as long as 72".
I hope this helps.
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what size casters do you use i want them to be locking casters, i used these legs for my work table.

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i have made a work table but it has to be mobile, what casters would fit and they need to lock. i also need to know where to purchase them..thanks
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Make yourself a 2x4 dolly with 2" casters to match your leg spacing using lap-joints and you should be fine. You can lag the legs to the dolly for better stability. Note there are design characteristics you should consider in your choice of casters such as rated load and surface friction. Rubber is preferred on concrete surfaces.
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Unfortunately the bench legs are not designed to accept casters nor do we recommend adding casters as the legs are not designed to withstand any lateral load in the event the casters encounter an obstacle in transit.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect solution for custom work bench As a 54 year old female who is only 5'2", I couldn't find a work bench short enough and the adjustable ones were over $400. This was the perfect solution! I could make it as wide as I wanted and adjust the height. I put a 4'x4' 1/2 board on it and even added a shelf to the lower portion. It needed a support board on the back, then I attached 2'x4's to the bottom so it slides easily. Very sturdy, great quality! I highly recommend! August 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely poor packaging The product works but with the exception of the shipping and packaging. I bought 2 of these and when they arrived the boxes were torn up on all corners. One was missing it's packaging straps and had rips on all corners. The assembly package of nuts and bolts was missing and the units themselves were tweaked and bent. I had to go purchase additional hardware to bolt it together. I needed another body to help hold it together while I attached the stringer and plywood. Until the Mfg. improves they're packaging and shipping I would reccomend not purchasing this product. I would also say that if HD is going to carry products or catalog products they should make sure there is a level of packaging and shipping qaulity so this doesn't happen. My time counts for something and they added a lot of extra time that shouldn't have been needed. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great for my Computer/Study Desk. I bought these legs for a computer desk I was putting together. I wanted it to have adjustable height, and be sturdy, while still being affordable. These legs are quite sturdy, have an excellent range of adjustable ht, are affordable, and are easy to assemble. The only problems I have found with them are that I have to get someone to help me hold the desk's top up while I adjust the height, so there is some room for improvement in that area. Also, the legs' bottoms were catching in my carpet, so I got some cheap sliders for them. Overall, it worked out quite nicely I put together a nice, affordable, adjustable ht desk without needing any real carpentry skill. Would recommend these legs for similar projects. July 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Strong, quick and easy way to make workbench Strong. Great price. Adjustable to height you want. Quickly mount a piece of plywood or a door and you are in business cheap. Or, put a fancy top on it now or maybe later. Your choice. Either way, you have a good workbench. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice legs! I used these workbench legs for an industrial style desk. The gray color is perfect. Very sturdy. You do need add a bottom piece of wood/metal to keep the lower legs in place. Overall very solid. Thinking of adding to my garage workbench with these. Electrical knockouts are a bonus. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works as described You'll need to add bracing along the bottom or back, then table is very sturdy. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OK, Just as described Easy to assemble, very sturdy. Box was badly damaged in shipment, but contents unaffected. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdy Workbench Legs I bought these to make rolling benches for projects and one as an out-feed table for a table saw. The construction is heavy duty, but not perfect. While I am pleased with the legs and they are a good value there are a couple of points worth noting. First, if you intend to add casters to the legs, the bottom flange is drilled for 3/8in. That's fine. But the flange is simply a bent over piece of the leg steel - meaning once you attach a post style caster and add weight that flange will bend. I added small wood blocks drilled for 3/8in. that extend out enough so the full leg is supported. And that does the trick. The second point is the holes for the shortest leg length don't align - off enough that the supplied bolts do not fit. This wasn't a problem for me, but if I needed that short length I'd need to enlarge the holes so they meet and a bolt can be inserted. Otherwise, these are sturdy leg sets and a good value for anyone's workshop. May 4, 2016
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