There was a piece of foam you could leave or remove. We left ours and it works perfectly.
No pegboard came with it. But you can mount one on the wall behind and/or above it.
Yes. That was my exact problem. With the wheels on it was way too high. So I put rubber feet that were 1/2" inch high on the cabinets, then dropped the table down accordingly, and it feels fine now.
When it goes on sale you have to be quick.
There are five packages. The dimensions and gross weights are: 1) 75.6" W x 28" D x 9.5" H, 140 lbs. (x1); 2) 31.7" W x 20.1" D x 15.8" H, 73lbs. (x1); 3) 30.4" W x 20.5" D x 33.3" H, 81bls. (x1); 4) 11.8" W x 6.1" D x 6.9" H, 7lbs. (x2).
This cabinet set has 5 packages. Their dimensions (W x D x H) are: 31.7" x 20.1" x 15.8" (x1), 30.4" x 20.5" x33.3" (x1), 75.6" x 28" x 9.5" (x1), 11.8" x 6" x 6.7" (x2).
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I drilled through the top and mounted my vise solidly. Just be careful, measure twice and drill pilot holes. I used 1/2" bolts, nuts and washers to secure the vise.
The cabinet with the drawer came assembled except for bolting on the wheels. The other cabinet and the table required assembly.
Yes, besides lowering the height of the workbench, the height also needs to adjust by using the bottom adjustable feet. First, set workbench at the height with three holes visible of each bottom leg. Second, increase the workbench height by about 18mm through the adjustable feet. Then the workbench's height will be the same as the base cabinets on casters.