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Model #90158

Workbench, Black

  • Lumber not included
  • Simple assembly; you determine the size and design
  • Strong construction for professional or homeowner use
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Product Overview

Use the 2x4 Basics Workbench Kit to make a custom workbench to fit anywhere you need a work surface or a storage area. Simply add 2x4s and plywood or particleboard to these leg supports to create a workbench 36 in. tall in any length or width up to 8 ft. x 4 ft. U.S.A. Capacity lbs. 1,000 per shelf, Includes Hardware, Finish Type Black plastic, Material Heavy gap resin. Only straight 90 cuts are required - no miters or angles Simple assembly with power screwdriver and saw Made of durable heavy gauge structural resin Recommended lumber 2x4s not included Assembly required.
  • Just add 2x4's and plywood or particle board to the 2x4basics workbench legs to make a workbench in any length or width up to 8 ft. by 4 ft. (2.4 m x 1.2 m)
  • Simple assembly with only a powered screwdriver and a saw, only straight, 90° cuts are required - no miters or angles
  • It is strong, sturdy 2x4 framing and advanced engineering makes the 2x4 basics workbench stronger and more stable than other available workbenches and storage solutions. each shelf will hold up to 1000 pounds (400kg)
  • You are no longer limited to a "standard size" workbench. make a unit as small as 2 ft. by 2 feet to use as a power tool stand, or make the largest workbench available on the market. when used in conjunction with the 2x4 basics shelf links , workbench legs can effectively satisfy your storage and work surface requirements in the garage, basement, shed, or anywhere in the home or workplace
  • Work surface height is approximately 36 in. (90 cm) when assembled



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
14.2 in
Product Height (in.)
3.3 in
Product Width (in.)
8.3 in

Details

Hardware Included
Yes
Pre-cut
No
Returnable
180-Day
Wood pieces included
0

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

25Questions35Answers

I would prefer a desk-height workbench--29" or a bit shorter. Is there another version? Or a way ...

Asked by HomeBeast March 1, 2020
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Can't shorten the legs.

Is there anyway to put casters on it?

Asked by Grosen1961 February 23, 2020
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Yes, I thought about doing that. Probably have to add 2x4 material to the bottom of legs to re-enforce for the casters.

I understand the legs come with pre-cast holes for attaching top and shelves. What is the distan...

Asked by Torch February 4, 2020
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I think I remember about half the distance from the floor, about 18 inches. You can guesstimate from the picture. You could fasten the middle shelf any height you want by drilling holes and screwing in 2x4 supports.

Can you shiplap outsides and use for a kithen island? Strong enough for concrete countertop?

Asked by Darev October 26, 2019
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The product is sturdy enough to use as a kitchen island and strong enough for a concrete countertop, IMHO.

weight at store?

Asked by Mary October 13, 2019
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Easy enough to carry to and from your car. Don't know weight. HD has carts you can use.

What type of plywood should I use for the surface? I need something strong as I'm making the tabl...

Asked by Tony August 29, 2019
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I used 3x4 inch thick plywood. If you want a stronger table, add a middle support and double up on the plywood. I think the legs can take it.

What is the height between the two shelves. And thank you for the answer to my previous question.

Asked by Din August 15, 2019
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If using 2x4`s and 3/4 plywood the bottom shelf is about 8" from the floor. The middle shelf is about 14" from the top of the bottom shelf and the top of the workbench is 12.5" from the top of the middle shelf.

Are the shelves height pre-determined or can you choose the height of the shelves?

Asked by Dina August 13, 2019
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IMHO it is possible to choose the height of the middle shelf. Drill holes and screw in the 2x4 material to support the second shelf, just like the top one.

Any way that I could make a table 5' x 8'? Description states largest size is 4' x 8'

Asked by Steve May 5, 2019
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Yes just use 2x 4x8 long and use 2x4x5wide wood legs can be used same way

Height - looks like I could use 2x6 as top shelf supports to raise the table a couple more inches...

Asked by Duke April 22, 2019
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As I recall it is possible to use even 2x8 material.

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Super Easy to build and real sturdy! Would definitely buy again.
Super Easy to build and real sturdy! Would definitely buy again.
by LMendez
Fantastic base to build from. Made in the USA , great quality.
Fantastic base to build from. Made in the USA , great quality.
by Strtcar
MAKE IT ANY SIZE. So impressed will be buying another set of legs to make another. Made a 2'x4'...
MAKE IT ANY SIZE. So impressed will be buying another set of legs to make another. Made a 2'x4' potting bench without the middle shelf. Very sturdy. Little molding flashing needed to be trimmed - several screw holes missing but you can drill the screws thru anyway. Really sucks it up solid with the angle the screws go in at. I also pre-fabbed the table tops screwing 2x4's together and screwing on the 15/32 sheating plywood top. Then the legs went on. Good height - sturdy.
by GutterGully
I made from this a desktop for the Lead CNC machine 40" x 60". It turned out very durable and sta...
I made from this a desktop for the Lead CNC machine 40" x 60". It turned out very durable and stable. On the shelves of the table it is easy to place the controller, a tank with coolant for the spindle, water pump etc. I am very pleased with this purchase.
by Gene
1 person found this helpful
Made building my first work bench and work table easy for a beginning woodworker.
Made building my first work bench and work table easy for a beginning woodworker.
by Jefe
2x4 Basics is the best way to build workbenches of practically any size. The legs are strong and ...
2x4 Basics is the best way to build workbenches of practically any size. The legs are strong and the pre-drilled holes are very convenient. There is absolutely no guessing as to where to put the screws in. The best part is that assembling these benches is accomplished with just one person. I assembled two of them (one just like the picture here shows) in about two hours. To cut the 2x4's to size, a miter saw will be your best friend when assembling these benches. I am extremely happy with the quality of these legs. Anyone who needs a bench built quickly should get this product.
by LANMan
bUILT THIS TO FIT MY GARGE AND NEEDS AS CAN MAKE ANYSIZE YOU DESIRE.I ONLY INSTALLED TOP AND BOTT...
bUILT THIS TO FIT MY GARGE AND NEEDS AS CAN MAKE ANYSIZE YOU DESIRE.I ONLY INSTALLED TOP AND BOTTOM SHELF FOR NOW AND MAYBE WILL ADD MIDDLE IF HAVE ROOM OR A PARTIAL. FINISHED PLYWOOD IN GRAY POLY. FOR DURABILTY AND LOOKS GREAT TOO.
by Rusty
4 people found this helpful
I got this because I wanted a craft table and I wanted it to have particular dimensions. I actua...
I got this because I wanted a craft table and I wanted it to have particular dimensions. I actually bought the unit that had the shelflinks included but never built with them, so mine looks pretty much like the picture, but I painted the 2x4 before I built it. I did not build with the middle shelf, however I did use 2x4 in the middle as extra support on three sides. My orginal assembly, I just wanted the top table and a large open space underneath. I just moved and put this together in a basement so decided to keep the very bottom open for now (might need that extra 2x4 for the middle shelf, but not sure yet). I used 3/4 plywood (decent smooth stuff) for the top and the other shelf. Mine is solid and has some good mass. It doesn't bump or jar easily. I'm 200+ pounds and I can stand or sit on it with no effect on the table. I sank a few short drywall screws into the top so that it was tight.
by ScottyD
22 people found this helpful
I did a 2 foot by 8 foot long bench. Quick and easy build. Seems strong and sturdy.
I did a 2 foot by 8 foot long bench. Quick and easy build. Seems strong and sturdy.
by bbdart
Very strong and easy to assemble. A little paint on...
Very strong and easy to assemble. A little paint on the wood & its a nice addition to my garage.
by Jim
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