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Husky 6 ft. Solid Wood Top Workbench

Husky

6 ft. Solid Wood Top Workbench

  • Features extra thick solid wood top and heavy duty steel legs
  • Height adjustable from 28 in. to 42.1 in. in 1 in. increments
  • Supports up to 3000 lbs.
$29900 /each

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The Husky 6 ft. Workbench supports up to 3000 lbs. and features an adjustable-height solid wood work platform to facilitate a multitude of operations. Adjustable in 1 in. increments from 28.3 in. to 42.1 in., the heavy-duty steel legs keep the workbench firmly situated so you can steadily perform maneuvers from a seated or standing position. It coordinates nicely with the Husky 4-Drawer Base Cabinet and Husky 2-Door Base Cabinet to give your garage, workshop or basement a cohesive look.

  • Heavy-duty steel legs provide a solid foundation that won't slip, slide or shake
  • Adjustable feet offset any floor unevenness
  • Allows you to work from a seated or upright position
  • Includes all hardware required for assembly
  • At full height, it's tall enough for separately sold Husky base cabinets to fit underneath, forming a cohesive system
  • Optional Husky pegboard panel and wall shelf sold separately online
  • Measures 72 in. W x 24 in. D x 42.1 in. H (adjustable height)
  • Weighs 102.8 lbs.
  • Lifetime limited frame warranty; 1-year limited wood top warranty

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Can it be mobile with casters

Asked by: marie
Casters are available from multiple sources and can be found and ordered online. Home Depot does not stock the 12-1.75 threaded casters and I could not find them on the Home Depot website either. Do not use a standard thread that someone else recommended as it is not a proper fit and can compromise the thread engagement and stability of the table. I bought a set from the Service Caster Corp that worked perfectly. Recommend you search - Threaded Stem Casters - > 12M Metric Threaded System - > then I would recommend the 5" Caster with Brake. See the picture included. This size and type easily moves across rough garage surfaces and having the brake on all four corners is a must. It will cost you about $108 with tax and shipping for the set of 4 casters but you'll be happy.
Answered by: TomG
Date published: 2017-06-12

Would a 36" high cabinet fit underneath this workbench?

Would a 36" high cabinet fit underneath this workbench?
Asked by: HarryD
Yes. Go to the store and look at the display. You can see what they sell that fits right under the table.
Answered by: bdoug
Date published: 2017-04-08

Can this bench be disassemble for moving?

Can this bench be disassemble for moving?
Asked by: Dan
Yes.
Answered by: Wally
Date published: 2017-02-28

I have a lip in my garage. Can I have the back legs set to a lower height than the front legs so back legs can be lip

Asked by: GarageGuy
The inserts in the legs are adjustable as well. Id say about 4 inches of thread to adjust.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-01-24
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6 ft. Solid Wood Top Workbench is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 97.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from From the husband (recipient of the gift) "Nice sturdy bench. Good strong legs and great height a... From the husband (recipient of the gift) "Nice sturdy bench. Good strong legs and great height adjustment. The top is not a full butcher-block style, but is nicely done in real wood that is good looking. Very happy with it. The price is great, and you don't have to pay shipping, just pick up from your local store."
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Forget the garage, this piece is nice enough for the house It came in a huge box. I feel sorry for the UPS guy, who left it in the driveway. The box is too heavy for one person to move without a hand truck, so I broke it down right there, and the individual parts were all manageable. It was packed pretty well, important given how shippers manhandle heavy packages. The top is a heavy 5/4" slab of ... I think it is Rubber Tree wood, or 'Para'. Old trees are harvested for lumber from rubber plantations when they stop producing latex. So this is actually a 'sustainable' 'green' product. Rubber wood has a Janka hardness of 950, compare to maple 1450, oak 1300, yellow pine 700, poplar 550, white pine 400. So it's hard, but not that hard. Rubber wood is known for warping, but the steel braces of frame seem to be strong enough to keep it in line. It is fairly strong and drills and works well, which is good for what I had planned. The construction of the top is small scraps of solid wood, finger-jointed and glued together. This should also minimize warping. It is filled smooth and attractively finished in a nice satin polyurethane. No rough edges or splinters anywhere. The advantage of solid wood over plywood is that it can be periodically sanded down and refinished. The legs are glossy black-painted steel, and overall, this is a nice enough piece of furniture for the house, which is exactly where it's going. Assembly could not be simpler. I didn't even bother with the instructions, although later I looked at them and they are clear and simple, with pictures and actual words. Real instructions, not cryptic cartoons like Ikea. There are just two types of fasteners, plus the feet. The major parts are the top, a left and right leg set, and three cross bars, one of which has a logo. The third cross-bar goes at the back, the overhang goes at the front, and it all falls into place. Also supplied are an allen wrench, and ( surprised me ) a drill-driver for the allen bolts. That really speeds things up, although you'll need an extension to make use of it much of the time. Most of the bolt holes are elongated, so there are no alignment problems, and all fastening is metal-to-metal - the wood top uses metal inserts. This thing is built to last. The fastener count is exact, so don't lose any. Once the bench is assembled, it is solid as a rock and heavy, about 100 pounds. I can flip it and drag it around a bit by myself, but to really move it would take two people. Height is adjustable in one-inch increments, and it can be fine-tuned with the leg levelers. I set it a little higher than table-height to leave room for the wide flat drawers I installed. The drawers were salvaged from an old desk. Solid maple - they must be old. I made new matching fronts from pine floor moulding, with decorative Shaker knobs to enhance the 'furniture' look. I also made little bins to fit in the legs. All this provides about six square feet of convenient tool storage, equal to a small tool chest. The drawers run on inexpensive 'Euro' sliders affixed to the legs and hangers that I attached underneath the top. A couple of cheap plastic organizers with the tops removed serves for small parts, held in place with more velcro. No workbench is complete without a vise, but installing one on this bench takes some forethought, as all the corners are obstructed by the leg flanges. You could use lag screws into the wood, that's quick and dirty, but I much prefer through-bolting. For this, I recessed 5/16" T-nuts in the bottom of the top directly above both front legs, prior to assembly. The T-nuts are 'clocked' on the same circle as the leg fittings. First I drilled the recesses with a 1" forstner bit, which leaves a nice center mark for the bolt hole. To drill the holes perpendicular with a hand drill, I made a guide block from wood scrap on the drill press. The vise can be attached to either spot with 1-1/2" hex bolts, or removed for a clear work surface, and can rotate around the corner to the side or front as needed. The vise itself is an inexpensive 4-1/2" Bessey 'homeowner' model that does everything I've ever wanted from a vise. Brand-new and attractively finished in black, it gets no complaints in the house and actually complements the look of the bench. A vise is as strong as what you attach it to, and this should work out fine. A set of accessory soft plastic jaw pads makes it multi-purpose. The surface of the bench is slick enough to hold the vacuum base of my little tabletop vise, but that's no substitute for a real one. I also installed a dedicated power strip on a piece of wood at the back, so it is behind the top, not on it. I attached it with velcro, so I can get the top completely clear of obstructions if I need to. Some hanging hooks at the sides round out the accessorizing. This will give me almost all of the capability of the ugly behemoth workbench in the garage, but in the nice climate-controlled house. Underneath is unobstructed for lots more storage - even with the drawers I can fit in four big toolboxes and still have room to sit. In total, I spent under $100 on all the upgrades, not including the old clamp-on lamp. This is a fantastic work station for just about any task. I've already used it for dog grooming. Half the time I just use it as a desk; in fact, I'm sitting at it as I write this review. I plan to keep this workbench clean and nice. That's not hard to do - just get something to use as a sacrificial top. I have a 2'x4' scrap of paneling that is perfect for soaking up any damage I would otherwise do to the top. Masonite is also ideal for this purpose. Old scraps of carpeting can be cut to size for a soft protective work surface, old towels as well. But if you're not going to baby it, this bench is solid and strong and ready for abuse.
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this workbench to use in my garage workspace and I really like it. I'm 6'4" and I bought... I bought this workbench to use in my garage workspace and I really like it. I'm 6'4" and I bought this particular bench because I could adjust the height. Never liked stooping over a short workbench. I had to have it shipped to my local Home Depot and it came in on time. It wasn't hard to assemble, but just make sure you have the legs turned the right way. It's very sturdy.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thank you for offering Husky products. The workbench we purchased fit our needs to a "t". It was ... Thank you for offering Husky products. The workbench we purchased fit our needs to a "t". It was easy to assemble and fit exactly where we wanted it. The top is of good quality and we liked that the legs are adjustable. We also purchased the 4 drawer cabinet to put under it. We will enjoy it for a long time.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The table was easy to assemble with good instructions... The table was easy to assemble with good instructions . it is a very high quality wood top and very sturdy frame. And the cost is a little high but if you want a high-quality strong sturdy workbench this would be one we recommend. you can put 3 1x6" on the bottom to create a second useful shelf
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's very sturdy, i use this table for my monitors... It's very sturdy, i use this table for my monitors and laptop docking hubs. It give me enough space to put a Lexmark printer with a roll out cart and also enough to do filing. The frame in the back and the bottom cross bars allow me to hide the tons of cables needed. the price you can not beat
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from One of the long horizontal beams was bent on arrival.... One of the long horizontal beams was bent on arrival. It looked like it was packed really well and no real damage to the box, so that must have gone in the box that way. But, it wasn’t hard to bend it back straight and I’m pretty happy with the quality and stability of the bench.
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very sturdy table, exactly what I needed for my garage workbench, Easy to assemble, although it w... very sturdy table, exactly what I needed for my garage workbench, Easy to assemble, although it weighs about 130 pounds, I assembled myself by laying the bench upside down, and had a friend help me turn it right side up. This is a quality product that should last many years,
Date published: 2017-06-11
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