Internet #204417822

Model #ABL36

33 in. H x 2 in. W x 36 in. D Steel Adjustable Height Work Bench Legs

  • Industrial grade steel
  • Assembles easily to compatible Edsal worktop
  • Adjustable legs
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Price:
$5336

Product Overview

Adjustable height industrial grade bench legs. Easily adjust height for standing or seated job requirements. Use with steel, compressed wood, plastic laminate, solid maple or other work surfaces.
  • 2-3/4 in. wide ft. can be bolted to floor
  • Double electrical knock-outs front and rear
  • Adjusts from 29 in. to 33 in. H
  • 4000 lb. capacity per pair
  • 36 in. depth
  • Strong industrial grade
  • Pair with Edsal workbench tops for a complete workbench

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
36 in
Assembled Height (in.)
33 in
Assembled Width (in.)
2 in

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Assembly Type
Full Assembly Required
Color Family
Gray
Frame Material
Steel
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Material
Steel
Returnable
180-Day
Storage Product Type
Workbench
Style
Industrial,Modern,Transitional
Weight Capacity (lb.)
4000.000

Questions & Answers

42Questions11Answers

Maximum of the height if I want to make it high . It is about 1 foot 4. Can I do that

Asked by LN May 28, 2019
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Answer

The maximum height is 33in high.

Will you be getting more stock on the Edsal products ? I notice they all out of stock

Asked by Al August 22, 2018
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Answer

Al, yes we will. I am not sure what caused this but we will look into it immediately. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

How much does each bench leg weigh?

Asked by artist December 11, 2017
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Answers

Bench legs weigh 21 lbs each.

Can I get this item any sooner than November 14?

Asked by Scott November 6, 2017
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Answer

Hi Scott. The only way to have this item sooner will be to locate a store in your area that has this item in stock. Go to our website and enter in your zip code in the store search box “Check Nearby Stores” and you will be able to find any stores within 100 miles of you that have this item in stock. Otherwise, it will have to be done thru our website. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC

can the legs within 1 pari have different height? I have a concrete 'bump' next to the wall and w...

Asked by Leonid August 28, 2017
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Answer

Thank you for your question. The legs can adjust individually on both sides of this product so this should work for your application.

Does this come as a pair or just one

Asked by Shorty August 18, 2017
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Answer

This is a pair of legs.

What is the tallest height that it can be adjusted to?

Asked by Byron August 15, 2017
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Answer

The tallest adjustable height is 33 inches.

What size and type of screws should I use to attach my solid wood plank top to the top of the leg...

Asked by Coop July 1, 2017
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Answer

6 2" lag screws

can you attach rollers to the legs?

Asked by Rushin88 June 28, 2017
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Answer

I haven't but there are mounting holes at the bottoms. You may need to attach a block of wood first depending on how the wheels mount.

Can the lower crossbars be raised to about halfway from the floor?

Asked by Lacheby June 21, 2017
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Answer

The horizontal bars are welded to the parts which make bottom part of the legs. So the answer to your question is no. Those bars can only be mounted at the bottom, about 6" above the ground. However you could easily made a wooden shelf and mount it under the table top. Legs have some holes predrilled in them which you could use.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 119 reviews
  • 91% recommend this product
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I returned these legs and ordered Store SKU #1000927783. As you can see in the pictures , they wo...
I returned these legs and ordered Store SKU #1000927783. As you can see in the pictures , they worked great. I built the workbench for my daughter. It is better than the one I have in my shop. Mine doesn't have the knockouts for the power outlets.
by Sonny
1 person found this helpful
I'm quite happy with these. I used them to convert an old heavy desk top to a work table, for use...
I'm quite happy with these. I used them to convert an old heavy desk top to a work table, for use in assembling and operating a new 3D printer. Plenty of holes are provided for securing a top and shelves with 5/16" fasteners. I simply bolted a 2x6 to the lower cross-pieces rather than buying a metal shelf, and this was sufficient to make the table rock solid. Holes at the bottom of the legs provide for adjustable leveling feet. Knockouts for installing electrical outlets are a nice touch, though I didn't use them because the table is likely to be moved.
by Lelander
Quality and finish are sub par. Homeowner grade.
Saved some time instead of building a frame from 2×2 steel. Was able to assemble and weld on casters since bolted. Came bent and welded upside down(which went unnoticed until nearly assembled). Be prepared to bend back in shape and modify with a drill and grinder to make it work. Still 2 stars since its cheap and looks decent enough for novice homeowner. Do not recommend for a commercial strength bench.
by don1k
Met expectations. Very easy to assemble. The legs are strong and were an essential component for ...
Met expectations. Very easy to assemble. The legs are strong and were an essential component for a table to hold my new CNC Router. The table top and shelf are made from MDF also purchased from Home Depot. The table sets on a mobile base to provide portability. I have had it for about a month and the legs were ideal for the table I built.
by SeaDog
1 person found this helpful
Back story...I had a table top from a desk I ordered on line. It came damaged. Manufacturer sent ...
Back story...I had a table top from a desk I ordered on line. It came damaged. Manufacturer sent me a new top and didn't want the damaged one back. The damage was cosmetic so I kept it thinking I'd find a use for it. Very sturdy top so I searched for legs. Not finding any and not trusting the fold up legs I could buy on line, I turned to HomeDepot. Nothing was available in the store so they offered to order these, free shipping to my home, assuring me that if they didn't fit I could bring them back to the store. I took a chance and these are wonderful workbench legs. Got some screws for my local HD store to attach the legs. Legs were a bit wide for my top, but that's OK. Also added lock washers to the bolts on the adjustable legs. Bolts included with the legs. I have added non-slip cushion feet to the bottoms. I'm not sure of the surface I'll have in my workspace. I'm finishing my basement and cutting 2x4's to length on the floor got tiresome. Now I have a more comfortable position to cut each piece. I also wanted the table to be moveable. I searched for rollers, but not wanting the table to move if I'm sawing. I added the three wheel furniture casters. When i need to move it I pick up a leg and place the caster under. Need it stable, I remove the casters. Right now it's a handy helper holding my Ridgid power tools, screws, etc. as I hang drywall. Great purchased for me and I appreciate the assurance that I could return it to the store if it didn't meet me needs. Very easy to assemble, quality steel making a sturdy surface.
by Chuck
1 person found this helpful
The metal frame is slightly bent and some rust spots.
The metal frame is slightly bent and some rust spots.
by dimmog
It wasn't as high as I expected so I drilled additional holes in the adjustable legs to bring it ...
It wasn't as high as I expected so I drilled additional holes in the adjustable legs to bring it higher. The outlet capability is convenient.
by Microsvc
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!
by Jane
3 people found this helpful
Awesome DIY workbench legs
They came in a box and were easy to assemble and use. I used 3/4 inch interior plywood for the top. I cut it 30 inch deep and used the remaining 18 inch piece for the back of the legs and used a 1/2 inch piece of plywood for the lower shelf (foot rest height) . I added a 4 inch solid concrete block to the lower shelf under it to provide rigidity and give the ability to put heavy objects on it and not bow. Works great I covered the top with exterior grey rug material and used a 4 inch board for the back of the top to form a backstop all covered with the rug material. Looks great!
by JohnL
11 people found this helpful
Solid Frame
This work bench legs system is very thought out. The parts are bent and crimped to make the steel feel rigid and strong.
by nlrwilson
13 people found this helpful
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