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HTC Super Duty Tool Stand - 17in. x 20in. Top

Item# 906064
"Super-duty tool stand is constructed with thick-walled square tubing. 500-lb. capacity. 17in. x 20in. top. Adjusts from 22in. to 43in. high. Capacity lbs. 500, Dimensions L x W x H in. 17 x 20, Material Thick wall square tubing. 4 nonskid leveling feet Easily adjusts from 22in. to 43in. high with wedge-lock feature Limited lifetime warranty Model HGP-12"
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Questions & Answers for HTC Super Duty Tool Stand - 17in. x 20in. Top

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How easy is it to adjust the height with drill press on?

I can't tell if it is a crank to adjust the height or if I have to manually raise/lower it and the handle is just a locking mechanism. If I have to manually raise/lower I would not call that easily adjustable when there is an 80 pound drill press on it.
asked 4 months, 1 week ago
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 - Alpharetta, GA
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Staff Answer
The crank is to tighten or loosen the wedge lock. To adjust the height the stand should be empty. Loosen the wedge lock and manually adjust the height of the stand and tighten the wedge lock.
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
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answer 2
The "crank handle" is a locking mechanism only. The rectangular shaft that slides up and down the stand tube is wedge shaped (narrower at the bottom, wider at the top) so that as you crank the handle out slowly, the top will lower slowly. But yes, with 80 pounds of weight on the top of the stand you will need to jack the top up from below or rig up a rope and pulley system or a chainfall to raise your load from overhead. Probably best to determine the proper height of the table for your application before you put heavy load on it.
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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OneManMachineShop
 - Michigan
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Can castors be added?

I have very limited space so I need to move my drill press to storage and pull it out when I need it. Can I easily replace the feet with castors?
asked 4 months, 1 week ago
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 - Alpharetta, GA
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Northern Tool does not currently offer casters for this stand. Change to the design of the stand may void the manufacturer's warranty.
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