yes it does however if you are using a saw that is not the m-series saw you will need a 6mm hex wrench it comes with saw and look good at install info. the lock handles go on back side and lift forward
I have the electric model with the 12" blade, but probably the stand is the same. I remember having problems either assembling the stand or attaching the brackets to the saw. Milwaukee provided poor instructions, and no on-line videos helped. I don't recall how I finally figured this out, but maybe photos of the bolt and bracket will help. I have attached two. The top view shows a black plate between the saw base and the bracket; the bolt passes through this plate. The bottom view shows that the bolt passes through a narrow plate on the underside of the bracket. The narrow plate includes a threaded hole which enables it to serve as a nut for the bolt.
40 inches long
i would not it make it unstable
Y would you they put handles on both to gether to heavy
Contact Milwaukee, their customer service is top notch so I'm sure they'll be able to help you.
pretty much like a folded up saw horse