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RYOBI Miter Saw Stand $59.99 + Free Shipping

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Ryobi Part # RMS10G
UPC Code 033287166220
https://www.wilmar.com/Sku/35-861...220-rms10g

Interline Brands, Inc. d/b/a Wilmar has merged into Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. As of February 3, 2019, Wilmar now operates as The Home Depot Pro Multifamily.

Don't need to be a HD Pro to order. Anyone can create an account and order. Placed mines today using my own credit card.

This is the same stand (Ryobi Part # RMS10G) that was posted on HD's product page which was been replaced with Ryobi Part# A18MS01G . I am not sure what the difference is but it looks identical!

Home Depot Item Page (Discontinued- $69.99): https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../205216315

Home Depot Ryobi Miter Stand (Model A18MS01G - $99.97): https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI...642391-_-N
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Doesn't matter if it's $10 -- having no wheels really sucks
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Doesn't matter if it's $10 -- having no wheels really sucks
About to write the same thing. My Dewalt stand doesn't have wheels, and it's annoying. I plan to buy another one with wheels for my saw and then put my router table on the Dewalt.
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About to write the same thing. My Dewalt stand doesn't have wheels, and it's annoying. I plan to buy another one with wheels for my saw and then put my router table on the Dewalt.
Search for YMMV Bosch T4b. I got mine for 150... It's nice....
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LoL... it is true... you won't regret it till you realized you cant get it around. It works if you're setting it up at a site where it stays there. Home owners move things around.
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Doesn't matter if it's $10 -- having no wheels really sucks
Wouldn't have thought of that and almost pulled the trigger. Thanks for saving me the annoyance!
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Search for YMMV Bosch T4b. I got mine for 150... It's nice....
I looked already... No dice anywhere close, but thanks. That's a beauty.
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Anyway to create an account without calling? I tried and they are closed.
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Anyway to create an account without calling? I tried and they are closed.
I didn't have to call. I created mines online. https://www.wilmar.com/registrati...eacustomer
Leave the business info blank unless you have a business
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So why not buy some wheels and screw them in yourself
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Exact same stand as the one craftsman sells. You guys mentioning wheels it doesn't bug me at all. I set it up where I want and when I'm done I fold up and put away. Maybe for a jobsite but not for home.
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Doesn't matter if it's $10 -- having no wheels really sucks

I bought the stand a few years ago and put wheels on it no problem. Buy a threaded rod from Home Depot, one pair of a u threaded bracket, a few nylon lock nuts, and a couple large dolly wheels from Harbor Freight. Drill holes for the u bracket on one side and surface mount the threaded rod. Put the wheels on with a nylon lock nut on either side. All of this will cost you under $20 and it's worked out well for me. I do recommend buying the largest wheels you can get for going up and down stairs.

EDIT: Adding a picture of what I did. The threaded rod is already the correct length from Home Depot so no need to cut. The 2 things I would have done differently are i) keep the u bracket parallel to the threads (will minimize slipping) as opposed to what I did which is keep it parallel to the cut of the stand and ii) get the biggest wheels you can to clear stairs and to keep the end from bumping on the stairs. I have lugged it up and down stairs with relative ease. You can't see the nut on the outside of the wheel, but it's just another nut. A nylon locknet is best. And the metal used where it is mounted is quite strong so I haven't had any issues with it flexing. I have a very heavy Hitachi 12" slider on it.
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Doesn't matter if it's $10 -- having no wheels really sucks
Why? It looks light enough to move it around..
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Can you do return at Home depot?
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I have this. It's absolute junk. Get something with wheels. It's heavy and don't bother trying to move it with a saw mounted. If you're keeping it stationary, it's not bad. Wish I spent the extra money and got something more portable.
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