A: Hi Allen, Thanks for asking; the wheels of the miter saw stand are rugged 8.8” solid rubber tires that roll effortlessly over rough terrain, are stable, and never go flat.
A: Yes it should sit on all four points.
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A: My guess is you didn't get feet properly fastened squarely cause they should all be flush to the ground with the wheels
A: Each side extends out 5-6 feet.
A: Hi Josh, thanks for asking. The dimensions are 121.5 inches, Total extend.
A: 5 foot per side
A: could be defective. I just put a hose clamp on the tube works great.
A: I have the same problem No matter how tightly I lock the handles, the saw still slides when I try to move it to the upright position. The only way I feel safe trying to move it at all is to loosen the handles, then move the saw to the far right position over the wheels before tilting it upright. Otherwise, it's a keeper. If anyone has an alternative solution, please post...
A: Hi Gabe, thanks for asking; we recommend keeping the saw on the bottom of your miter saw stand if you are storing it upright.