Ryobi Stationary Miter Saw Stand w/ Tool-Less Height Adjustment

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Home Depot has Ryobi Stationary Miter Saw Stand w/ Tool-Less Height Adjustment (RMS10G) on sale for $59. Shipping is free, otherwise select free curbside pickup where stock permits.

Note, availability for curbside pickup may vary by location.

Thanks to Community Member Perrumpo for finding this deal.

Key Features:
  • Accommodates most miter saws
  • Adjustable arms extend for added convenience
  • Tool-less height adjustment of material supports
  • Quick-release mounting brackets help you easily mount and remove your miter saw from the stand
  • Material stops enable repetitive cutting
  • 300 lbs. weight capacity
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) RMS10G Universal Miter Saw QuickSTAND, mounting hardware, (2) saw brackets, (2) material supports, (2) material stops, stand, and operator's manual

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Home Depot has Ryobi Stationary Miter Saw Stand w/ Tool-Less Height Adjustment (RMS10G) on sale for $59 with free shipping.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../205216315
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  • About this deal:
    • This price is $30 lower (~33.7% savings) from the list price of $89
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    • Rated 4.6 stars out of 5 overall based on 900+ reviews on Home Depot
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amitnptl asked this question on 11-12-2021 at 11:49 AM
11-12-2021 at 02:28 PM
One is universal (can be used for other saws) one and there is another one just for Ryobi's miter saw.
I don't know which one is which. Check the website.
This one works on Ryobi. I tried it.

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FYI, I bought the stand a few years ago and it has been pretty good. The adjustable stays tend to drop unless you tighten them up good. I also put wheels on it. 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 cost under $20 at the time - prices may have gone up - and it's worked out well for me. I do recommend buying the largest wheels you can get for going up and down stairs. If you plan on transporting it a lot, it's not the best solution, but for occasional and fairly direct wheeling, it works well.

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 machined 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 locknut is best. And the metal used where it is mounted is quite strong so I haven't had any issues with it flexing. You'll need a decent drillbit to get through the metal. I have a very heavy Hitachi 12" slider on it.

To "fold" it for wheeling, just hold on to the stand on the wheeled side with one hand and use your other hand to fold the legs in on that same side, then bring it to the ground. The other legs remain up and I haven't had an issue with them caving.
Isn't that 11 extra pounds?Confused

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Just bought one last time on here, they work great.Thanks for posting
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Great stand at this price! They're heavy as hell and very sturdy. Not the most portable option because of the weight.
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In 4 1. Thanks for posting
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Anyone ever see the Ridgid like this anymore? Has been OOS for over a year now it seems.

Well checked my bookmark and the page is gone. SMH that thing was OOS since like March-April last year and came out just before Christmas the previous year I think. Must have been a problem with it or something.
RIDGID Professional Compact Miter Saw Stand-AC9960
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I owned this for a while and it's super heavy since it's steel construction, so be warned if you plan to move it a lot. Ended up swapping for the Dewalt stand and am happy. That said, it's a decent stand for the price.
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FYI, I bought the stand a few years ago and it has been pretty good. The adjustable stays tend to drop unless you tighten them up good. I also put wheels on it. 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 cost under $20 at the time - prices may have gone up - and it's worked out well for me. I do recommend buying the largest wheels you can get for going up and down stairs. If you plan on transporting it a lot, it's not the best solution, but for occasional and fairly direct wheeling, it works well.

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 machined 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 locknut is best. And the metal used where it is mounted is quite strong so I haven't had any issues with it flexing. You'll need a decent drillbit to get through the metal. I have a very heavy Hitachi 12" slider on it.

To "fold" it for wheeling, just hold on to the stand on the wheeled side with one hand and use your other hand to fold the legs in on that same side, then bring it to the ground. The other legs remain up and I haven't had an issue with them caving.
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I would totally get one of these for my DW715 but have no room to store it inside the garage, likely would need to be put in the back yard.
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Quote from room112 :
FYI, I bought the stand a few years ago and it has been pretty good. The adjustable stays tend to drop unless you tighten them up good. I also put wheels on it. 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 cost under $20 at the time - prices may have gone up - and it's worked out well for me. I do recommend buying the largest wheels you can get for going up and down stairs. If you plan on transporting it a lot, it's not the best solution, but for occasional and fairly direct wheeling, it works well.

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 machined 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 locknut is best. And the metal used where it is mounted is quite strong so I haven't had any issues with it flexing. You'll need a decent drillbit to get through the metal. I have a very heavy Hitachi 12" slider on it.

To "fold" it for wheeling, just hold on to the stand on the wheeled side with one hand and use your other hand to fold the legs in on that same side, then bring it to the ground. The other legs remain up and I haven't had an issue with them caving.
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Thanks for this deal! The site says $59 (with a $49 price crossed out) but after I added it to my cart it was only $49.

I checked again on a different device and it was showing up at $59 again so YMMV.
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Quote from room112 :
FYI, I bought the stand a few years ago and it has been pretty good. The adjustable stays tend to drop unless you tighten them up good. I also put wheels on it. 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 cost under $20 at the time - prices may have gone up - and it's worked out well for me. I do recommend buying the largest wheels you can get for going up and down stairs. If you plan on transporting it a lot, it's not the best solution, but for occasional and fairly direct wheeling, it works well.

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 machined 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 locknut is best. And the metal used where it is mounted is quite strong so I haven't had any issues with it flexing. You'll need a decent drillbit to get through the metal. I have a very heavy Hitachi 12" slider on it.

To "fold" it for wheeling, just hold on to the stand on the wheeled side with one hand and use your other hand to fold the legs in on that same side, then bring it to the ground. The other legs remain up and I haven't had an issue with them caving.
Great idea if a person already owns the stand, but that ends up being $80 and extra work. The Rigid goes on sale for $99 around BF and occasionally throughout the year. (if ever again with recent out of control inflation). It is built well and collapsible, already has wheels, however it isn't height adjustable.
For reference..
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI...301724-_-N
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Thanks for this deal! The site says $59 (with a $49 price crossed out) but after I added it to my cart it was only $49.

I checked again on a different device and it was showing up at $59 again so YMMV.
What's your store #?
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What's your store #?
The store number is 0933. I used ship to home if it matters.
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Quote from ffseto :
Thanks for this deal! The site says $59 (with a $49 price crossed out) but after I added it to my cart it was only $49.

I checked again on a different device and it was showing up at $59 again so YMMV.
Same for me. Showed as $49 in my cart then $59 on the PayPal screen, but back to $49 when I finalized the order. Shipped to home.
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