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Miter Saw Stand, 65 to 150 In L, Cap 500lb
- Item # 6XVY2
- Mfr. Model # DWX723
- UNSPSC # 24102006
- Catalog Page # 933
- Shipping Weight 48.4 lbs.
- Item Miter Saw Stand
- Length (In.) Extended 150
- Width (In.) 28-1/2
- Max. Height (In.) 32
- Min. Height (In.) 6
- Closed Length (In.) Unextended 65
- Closed Width (In.) 6
- Closed Depth (In.) 6
- Work Surface 5"W
- Hold Capacity (Lb.) 500
- Construction Lightweight Aluminum
- Characteristics 5-1/2 ft. Beam Extends Up To 16 ft., Foldable Legs With Lock Levers, Extension Lock Levers, Work Stops/Supports Can Be Repositioned Along The Rail, Non-Marring Feet On Tool Mount, Weighs 35 lbs.
- Clamping System Mounting Brackets
- Includes 2 Convertible Work Supports/Stops, 2 Mounting Brackets
- Package Quantity 1
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