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Werner 6' Steel Rolling Scaffold (1000 lb Capacity) EXPIRED

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Lowe's.com has Werner Steel Rolling Scaffold (1000 lb Capacity, 6.14' x 6.16' x 29") on sale for $156.75. Select free store pickup where available to avoid shipping fees. Thanks katertot

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Lowe's has the SRS-72 Werner 6.14-ft x 6.167-ft x 29-in Rolling 1000 lbs. Steel Rolling Scaffold on sale for $156.75. Stack this with your favorite Lowe's coupons or discount gift cards to increase the savings.

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The SRS-72 steel rolling 6 ft scaffold has a 1000 lbs load capacity (distributed evenly). The locking casters swivel for convenient 360-degree mobility. Unique design protects the locking pins to prevent accidental unlocking or release. Deck pins secure plywood to scaffold frame. Platform height is adjustable in 2 In. increments for unique working heights and uneven surfaces such as a stairwell. Sections stack easily when casters are removed (2 section maximum).
  • Maximum reach: 12 ft (Assuming a 5 ft 6 In. person with a vertical 12 In. reach)
  • 1000 lbs. load capacity
  • Easy 1 person assembly, no tools required
  • Sections stack easily when casters are removed (2 high maximum)
  • Platform height adjustable in 2 inch increments
  • Locking casters swivel for convenient 360° mobility

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Werner-6...1000377505

https://www.lowes.com/pd/werner-6...gIujPD_BwE
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Rural King sells one that looks about the same, but blue. $139.99 https://www.ruralking.com/multi-p...ing-6-feet

I picked one up on Black Friday from Menards for under a hundred dollars, but they are $169 right now. https://www.menards.com/main/home...c-7985.htm
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if you have to get one now, probably one of the better prices without coupon, but pick up is highly limited in the immediate DC area. Harbor freight has these with their franklin brand at $20x.xx, find a 25% off coupon for the same deal and most locations stock these all the time.

If you can wait, they go down to approx $100 during sales.
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Agreed on the harbor freight comment. I have the Home Depot version and it appears identical to the hf version meaning it's probably one company private labeling the same parts. Works well around the house (I've used it for a few paint projects) but storing is a pita
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Agreed on the harbor freight comment. I have the Home Depot version and it appears identical to the hf version meaning it's probably one company private labeling the same parts. Works well around the house (I've used it for a few paint projects) but storing is a pita
My buddy just uses his as a workbench when not in use. It works pretty slick as a work bench, you can hang parts and lights, etc from the sides. Also screw things to the deck. He uses it as scaffolding several times a year.
I knew a guy that used these to restore old motorcycles, better than a lift because you can store parts and stuff under it. (He did old Harley & scooters and stuff, not like newer, heavy Harley's) He had a few going at any given time, stored them up against the wall when not in use and could store a bike under it. (Store 2 old scooters in the same footprint)
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My buddy just uses his as a workbench when not in use. It works pretty slick as a work bench, you can hang parts and lights, etc from the sides. Also screw things to the deck. He uses it as scaffolding several times a year.
I knew a guy that used these to restore old motorcycles, better than a lift because you can store parts and stuff under it. (He did old Harley & scooters and stuff, not like newer, heavy Harley's) He had a few going at any given time, stored them up against the wall when not in use and could store a bike under it. (Store 2 old scooters in the same footprint)
I used iron pipe to make a rack of sorts that hangs from the ceiling in the garage.
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My buddy just uses his as a workbench when not in use. It works pretty slick as a work bench, you can hang parts and lights, etc from the sides. Also screw things to the deck. He uses it as scaffolding several times a year.
I knew a guy that used these to restore old motorcycles, better than a lift because you can store parts and stuff under it. (He did old Harley & scooters and stuff, not like newer, heavy Harley's) He had a few going at any given time, stored them up against the wall when not in use and could store a bike under it. (Store 2 old scooters in the same footprint)
I like the way you're buddy thinks (out of the box). Got me thinking maybe I could get this and use it as a stand up desk for my home office (in the basement). Thanks. Repped for giving me the insperation.
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I like the way you're buddy thinks (out of the box). Got me thinking maybe I could get this and use it as a stand up desk for my home office (in the basement). Thanks. Repped for giving me the insperation.
Haha, that's a good idea. (Metal might get kind of cold depending on your area?)
If I wasn't married I'd use these for a tv stand, etc. I like the industrial look (Maybe not the color) But my wife wouldn't go along with it.
Cool thing is you can always resell and get most of your money back and always use as scaffolding when needed!
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Rural King sells one that looks about the same, but blue. $139.99 https://www.ruralking.com/multi-p...ing-6-feet

I picked one up on Black Friday from Menards for under a hundred dollars, but they are $169 right now. https://www.menards.com/main/home...c-7985.htm

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The HomeDepot, Lowe's, HF, NorthernTool, etc versions are all the same. I have two sets that I stack with stabilization casters that I used to paint 18-20 ft cathedral ceilings and some 2-story siding repair. I recommend replacing the wood with something a bit thicker as it's pretty thin.
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Purchased exact same unit, if you will be using at maximum height, you will need to use a ratchet strap to stabilize the unit in an X shape under the platform or it will be extremely wobbly. I was able to sell it on craigslist for this sale amount when I was done with my project. Great deal,
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Rural King sells one that looks about the same, but blue. $139.99 https://www.ruralking.com/multi-p...ing-6-feet

I picked one up on Black Friday from Menards for under a hundred dollars, but they are $169 right now. https://www.menards.com/main/home...c-7985.htm
The price really went up on the RK scaffolding. They used to be around $100.
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They also have the 4ft scaffold on sale, a better choice for a diy/home owner and only 60 some odd dollars check it out
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Might be a stupid comment but could I put an A frame ladder on this? Trying to change a chandelier.
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Might be a stupid comment but could I put an A frame ladder on this? Trying to change a chandelier.
You can put an a frame ladder on anything that is sturdy and level. I'm willing to bet the instructions say not to though.
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