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Flip Top Portable Work Support

  • Perfect for use with miter and table saws
  • Includes: Lock Pin with tether cord
  • Free parts and service for life with registration
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Product Overview

RIDGID introduces the Flip Top Portable Work Support. Folding down almost flat for easy transport or storage, the RIDGID Flip Top Portable Work Support is a convenient addition to your work area. Constructed of rugged steel, with thick wall tubing and stable non-skid feet, it's ideal for use with almost any tool. Backed by the Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement, the Flip Top Portable Work Support includes a lock pin and an operator's manual.
  • Vertical adjustment from 27 - 45 in. for use with almost any tool
  • Constructed of rugged steel with thick wall tubing and stable non-skid feet
  • Pivoting top catches sagging stock, providing strong outfeed support
  • Folds down almost flat for easy transport and storage
  • Lifetime service agreement with registration within 90 days
  • Includes: (1) AC9934 Flip Top Portable Work Support with lock pin and operator's manual.
  • RIDGID: Powerful. Durable. Professional.






  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
21.637
Product Height (in.)
31.865
Product Width (in.)
7.868
Table Height (in.)
31.865
Table Length (in.)
21.637
Table Width (in.)
7.868

Details

Color Family
Black
Power Tool Accessory Type
Other Accessory
Returnable
90-Day
Tool Stand Features
Adjustable
Tool Stand Type
Multi-Use Work Station
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

21Questions57Answers

What is the minimum and maximum height?

Asked by RoniDragon August 2, 2020
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Hi RoniDragon, this RIDGID AC9934 Flip Top Portable Work Support has a vertical adjustment from 27 - 45 inches. Thanks for your inquiry! - Eve

I lost the locking pin. Does anyone know the correct size so I can purchase one similar at home depot? Thanks!

Asked by rod July 20, 2019
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Looks like 5/16" and about 2 3/8" long.

Is this tall enough to use with the RIGID drill press? I am thinking of putting one on each side ...

Asked by nickname October 16, 2018
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It's adjustable so I don't see why not.

Installing cabinets would these table support the cabinets hold them in place till I fastener them to the wall T

Asked by Jobubba October 15, 2018
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These stands are good for holding material that is being tooled or stained/painted. If you plan on hanging wall cabinets, you could probably rig something using these stands, but they aren't very sturdy & the elevation adjustment is secured by friction against the post...not a spline. The platform can creep under a heavy load. I think there are better alternatives if you plan on hanging wall cabinets.

Can you use two of these as sawhorses with a 4 x 2 piece of plywood as a workbench?

Asked by RobertVzla September 19, 2018
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I think as a temporary workbench they would work well.

How much weight will table hold?

Asked by Gman May 11, 2018
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I had 125 2x4s on top of 4 of them and it didn’t seem to have any trouble not sure on one

Does the height adjust?

Asked by Workroom February 13, 2018
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Fácil para ajustar

Is this item Made in USA?

Asked by Shandster December 16, 2017
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I just took back a competitor's product from Menards that was made in China. Maybe RIDGID can respond with a truthful explanation of where this product is made. I'm done with anything China!

Why won't your website allow me to add one of these to my cart and make my purchase. It won't ac...

Asked by GJ October 25, 2017
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It did for me.

If I use this for outfeed when cutting a full sheet of plywood on the table saw, would I need two...

Asked by Indywar2 July 24, 2017
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Hi Indywar2, I would suggest getting 2 stands for something on the scale you are talking just to be safe. Thanks for asking. Greg

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 481 reviews
  • 92% recommend this product
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I have been using the FlipTop Stand for over 10 years or better and this is my second one that I have had for 6 years. Same issue as the first one. Where the pin goes in to hold the top in place the composite material that form the holes have broken and now the stand is useless. Why not metal? I can unbolt the top from the stand but there is no part list that I can find. I really like the stand, when it does not break, as out feed for table saw.
by luvtoremodel
This does what it is supposed to do and more... The pivoting head can be pinned with the included...
This does what it is supposed to do and more... The pivoting head can be pinned with the included quick disconnect pin in either the horizontal, vertical, or 45 degree position. The height adjust mechanism is more than adequately sturdy at 200 lbs. maximum. I initially purchased one for a table saw outfeed support. It worked very well and when I started ripping 3/4" plywood sheets it quickly became obvious that more supports were needed so I got two more, one at the infeed end and two for the outfeed. A little paste wax applied to the pivoting top made the heavy sheets slide easily. As my large wall bed project progressed, I found that one more stand was needed (four total) for assembly support. The infinitely adjustable height made it very easy to set the supports at just the right height for final assembly in a small room. And the pivoting tops worked well to tilt one end down to the floor afterwards. In the six months that I have had these, I have found that they get as much if not more use as assembly and support stands. Sturdy tools that do double duty and then fold up out of the way are perfect for my little garage/wood shop. These have turned out to be much more useful than I thought they would have.
by virtualrick
3 people found this helpful
Strong, easy to adjust, many uses, and reasonable cost. I have two and may by another.
Strong, easy to adjust, many uses, and reasonable cost. I have two and may by another.
by Ron
1 person found this helpful
Look elsewhere if you want something sturdy and leveled. Only good perhaps for rough framing but ...
Look elsewhere if you want something sturdy and leveled. Only good perhaps for rough framing but would not trust that thing for anything of value on the planer or the table saw. I have to shim one side about half an inch on both units I bought. RIDGID: if you are reading this, perhaps instead of trying to have your tools look like they come out of "The Transformers" Movie you could spend time on quality control. Everything I touch from RIDGID feels like flimsy plastic just like Ryobi, which is not surprising since they both come from the same company. Charge a premium and do quality tools once and for all, what is it nowadays with quality? Is it a scarce ressource in 2017? Festool, Mafell, Hilti and some others understood that.
by MichaelPedneault
3 people found this helpful
These things are great...sturdy and reliable. I wish there was some positive stops on the post fo...
These things are great...sturdy and reliable. I wish there was some positive stops on the post for standard height tools (i.e. table saw). I use two of them almost daily and they are a welcome addition to the shop. Overall a great support.
by Mike
4 people found this helpful
Tightening bolt broke after 1 month of light use
I really like the idea of this product - good design, easy to use, and seems sturdy. It could easily bear the weight of long 4x4s I was ripping as they came off the end of my table saw, but after only about a month of light use, the inner threading on the tightening handle ripped out. This is the second time a part like this has failed on me on a Ridgid product; the other being the tightening knob on a miter gauge on my Ridgid cast iron table saw. Again, that product was well designed, but the hardware is of poor quality. Ridgid, please work with your contract manufacturers - the quality of their hardware is unacceptable. I have several of your power tools and am considering moving to another brand, even if I have to pay a premium.
by Peter
15 people found this helpful
Great Product but Levers Break Easily
I use the Rigid Flip Top on the out feed of my table saw. It works great for this purpose. On both my Flip Tops, the die cast height adjustment locking levers broke with very little pressure. It appears to be a weakness in design on the older units. I ordered replacement levers (Ridgid part no. 000999130700) and the new levers have a double web design and appear to be substantially stronger. Google the above part number of price - very reasonable. It appears that Ridgid discovered and fixed the problem. Unfortunately, the new replacement levers are not directly interchangeable with the older Flip Top locking mechanisms. The new lever has a female thread. The old levers had a bolt holding the lever on. I had to pin a short length of 3/8-18 NC threaded rod into the lever to make it work. Not too difficult - about 15 minutes work. With the new heavy duty lever, I would recommend this product. FYI. The old levers were round in cross section. The new ones are rectangular with two stiffening webs. See attached photos.
by dz63
28 people found this helpful
Very easy to set the stands up and they work...
Very easy to set the stands up and they work well to hold up my large scale remote control cars. Thanks, - Sgt J.
by JASON
I run and build 1/5 scale RC’s and some of...
I run and build 1/5 scale RC’s and some of them are heavy! These portable work supports are amazing! You can adjust the height and they are easy to move around when you are not using them. Don’t hesitate buy them if you need work assistance!
by CHRIS
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