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Saskatoon, SK, CA
I have a stand that I believe I bought at Canadian Tire. The thing is heavy and solid and would not come down in a hurricane. The wheels were a bit of a problem as I think they were designed to be used when that side of the stand was down, which was a pain in the butt if you wanted to move 10 feet to the other side of the room but ok if you had to go a lot further. I tried to use them with the stand still up and they broke because they were angled outward. The stand is good and solid with excellent extension off either side but it needs a better wheel system for both upright moving and collapsed moving. The wheels for the collapsed moving should be large so that you could role it along like a furniture mover with the saw still attached. The other problem with this stand is that it has very limited clamping ability should you need that third hand. All for now.
I would love to be rid of several hundreds of dollars of bills per month by being energy use neutral.
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