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SHOP FOX MOBILE BASE 700LB CAP D2057A

$115.00 $95.00
Model:
D2057A
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Weight:
14.50 KGS
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D2057A

Adjustable Mobile Base with 700 lbs Capacity- ShopFox

Adjustable from 20" x 20" to 29-1/2" x 29-1/2"

New & improved version of the popular Shop Fox mobile bases features better overall construction & design.

Used for a stable and mobile platform upon which to mount machinery and equipment having a variety of base sizes and weights. New and improved castors are arranged on outriggers allowing the machine to sit as low as possible and yet be extremely stable and have excellent manoeuvrability. The base can be assembled in any of eight configurations providing maximum flexibility. The two-piece retractable feet uses earth magnets to allow the knob to turn while the foot pad is tight to the floor.

Strong, extremely stable, outrigger supports.

Capacity: 700 lbs.

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  1. Strong, stable base for a heavy tool

    Posted by Rod Croskery on 4th Oct 2011

    I have one of these with an extension under a Delta Unisaw, and just put another under a Poitras B2800 shaper with power feeder. They greatly facilitate movement of the equipment around the concrete floor of my small shop.

    For a report of the installation of a base on the shaper, check out
    http://rodcroskery.wordpress.com/2011/10/01/how-to-install-a-m

  2. It Does The Job

    Posted by George Norman on 28th Sep 2011

    I ran into minor problems during assembly, in that some of the threads were mis-formed, requiring me to buy a metric threading set and rework some of the threads, Busy Bee would have looked after the problem, but I live 220km from the store, so I elected to fix it myself.
    I use the base under a ct146 table saw, and I made a 3/4" plywood insert, then bolted everything together. Once the assembly problems were overcome, the base is extremely sturdy, rolls well, and anchors the saw solidly during work.