Model # PM-5080T

Internet #205037750

PORTAMATE 44 in. Adjustable Pedestal Roller Stand (2-Pack)

Discontinued PORTAMATE

44 in. Adjustable Pedestal Roller Stand (2-Pack)

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Product Overview

PORTAMATE's portable, foldable pedestal rollers solve the woodworker's need for stable support when working alone in the shop or on the job site. The Adjustable Pedestal Roller Stand assists in the precise movement of larger work piece materials into or out of the cutting zone. Material control is not only the key to quality cutting, planning or machining, but is also an important safety component. The roller helps prevent serious injuries when loads become unbalanced and users over-reach around dangerous power tools.

  • Easy to assemble in just 5 minutes
  • Non-slip rubber feet and tough, powder-coated finish for durability
  • High-strength ABS adjustment handle for easy use
  • Load capacity per stand is 143 lbs.
  • Folds flat for convenient storage
  • Pack includes 2-roller stands
  • 1-year warranty




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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value I have owned this product for a year and have used the stands for personal woodworking projects. I did not have a welded nut for the height adjustment (as a previous review). Mine used standard lock nuts and I've had no problems with the height adjustment. I've used the stands to support up to 6x6 timbers, and 4x8 sheets of plywood without any problems. They have worked as I expected and I would buy them again. March 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by An extra set of hands! One of the best investments for the shop. It's like having an extra set of hands. Easily portable and sturdy enough to do almost any task I have in the farm shop. Easy to assemble. April 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor design If you over-tighten the height adjusting screw, the nut that is welded to the unit strips and there is no way to repair it short of welding a new nut to the stand. August 1, 2014
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