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Posted on Caster advice, please

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russv

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#1 posted 11-24-2009 07:44 AM

one more thought. on ocassions, you can put just 2 wheels on one end and handles on the other end and move it like a wheel barrow. this is alot cheaper than 4 casters and stays in place pretty much.

if you look at my homepage at my tablesaw, i used 4 swivels and put a lever on the casters to lift them up and down. this lets me move it easily and i can drop it down on levelers to level it. i used 4 total locking casters on my workbench it does ok, but i think i am going to change that to lifting caster and levelers.

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