Shop Fox G7315Z - Super Heavy-Duty Mobile Base
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Please Note: If you are purchasing the D2058A Mobile Base for use on the G1079 16" Drum Sander or the G1066 24" Drum Sander, you must also purchase the D2246A Extension Bars for the Mobile Base.
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19 Customer Reviews (4.8 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review
I got this thing a couple of months ago. Took a bit to get it together, but works great. the saw probably weighs over 300 pounds and this makes it easy to move out of the way. Also this particular model was not listed on the website as it's discontinued. but when I called and explained what I was looking for the lady on the phone was VERY helpful. it arrived on time and I thought the price was reasonable.
I have been needing to be able to move equipment easily and this base really did the trick. Great mobile base!!! I highly recommend it for any equipment.
Great product definitely would recommend this product to anyone who needs mobile machinery in their shop work's very well on heavy machines such a a planer
I bought this base to support a very heavy 16" planer, and I am happy with it. It went together easily and adjusted to exactly fit the planer legs. I have had the plastic/composite wheels on other mobile bases crack and fall apart, but these steel wheels will no doubt last. Great purchase.
Bought this as base for stacked washer/dryer that must occasionally be moved. Exceeded my expectations: met my needs perfectly
Needed ability to move saw on occasion so I purchased the heavy duty ShopFox base that was recommend for this model. The bolts on the base prevent the door of my 19" bandsaw from opening so I had to cut and rethread 4 bolts to get the door open. Otherwise the base does what it is supposed to.
well constructed and heavy duty. Definitely a must for a 19" band saw.
I bought this heavy duty base to carry a Boyer-Schultz 612 surface grinder which weighs about 600 lbs. The base handles the weight without sagging but it takes a lot of effort to move the surface grinder around my small workshop.
Good for some items, a little lite duty for the table saw G1023RLW I had to beef up the corner plates where the saw sits. I'm glad I didn't buy the lite duty one.
I have no idea why I waited to get this. In a smallish size shop, tools need to be mobile. This is a great mobile base
I bought the Super Havry-Guty Mobile Base for my Grizzly 22" spirel planer because it is no heavy, the new base is great and moves the planer very nice. \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n
I bought this roller frame for a heavy, roughly 400 lb. Powermatic jointer. I figured that if I bought something enough over-sized in terms of weight capacity it would be strong enough and durable. The frame is good but I'd say they could do a lot better on the casters which are a little undersized and maybe the material they are made of is too hard even for my fairly smooth, hard concrete shop floor. The castor performance is good enough that I can't say I'm thinking about going out and replacing them but they'd be better if they turned more easily and were a little less hard. Keep in mind this this is rated for I forget, something like 1300 lb.? and I am using it on a 400 lb. machine so I'd guess that the castor performance would be poor at the higher end of the weight scale... hence the rating of three stars and not more but hey, the price is fair for the quality... if I had wanted to pay two and a half times as much I could've always ordered a Powermatic roller so should I complain? no, I shouldn't but I don't have to rave about it either. Its Grizzly doing their thing, giving us tools we can survive with very well and for a good price... its a fair deal and if I were to do it over I'd buy the same thing.
I purchased the HD Mobile Base for a different purpose other than for a large machine. I acquired a long table that I wanted to be mobile in my garage. Wth the maximum load rating of 1300 pounds the mobile base was ideal. I felt that the design of my salvaged table did not permit the addition of separate wheels to it so a mobile base seemed to be my only option. \r\n\r\nI had to modify the modify the mobile base for the longer table dimensions since the base, and the optional long base legs did not meet my purpose. For the extended length that I need I was able to obtain some 10 gauge steel rectangular tube and cut it to length (done at the supplier). The original rectangular stock was not a standard size according to the steel supplier. The heavier gauge rectangular tube seemed to be the best option for the extended distance and what I would consider beefing up its design. The four wheel mounting plates were reinforced with 4"X4" 3/16" steel plates. I replaced the two fixed wheels with swivel wheels (available from Grizzly) and drilled the wheel mounting plates to accept them. (Note: The straight wheel mounting plates meant having 4 additional holes drilled in them. There was no need to modify the swivel wheel mounting plates.) The 4"x4" plates were pre-cut at the steel supplier. \r\n\r\nI replaced the stock metric nuts and bolts with 5/16" 2" bolts (it was more cost effective than buying metric nuts and bolts at the local Home Depot plus they were easily available). Drilling the plates to match the hole pattern was more difficult than I anticipated. I also used a 3/4" nylon flat stock between the wheels and mounting plate to give added floor clearance. Because of this the built-in floor locks/stops do not function. I tried substituting some steel 3-1/2" wheels from the standard 3" wheels but they simply would not fit in the space provided in the wheel mounting area. There was not enough room for the wheels to swivel. I plan on locating some Floor Locks/Stops and attaching them to the work table so that it will be stationary when needed.\r\n\r\nTime will tell how my project turned out. My only disappointment with the mobile base was that 1 of the plates that you would place the machine on was bent out of shape which required some straightening. Also I would have liked to see that plate made of a thicker gauge material. However it most likely met the requirements of the manufacturer to list themobile base at a 1300 pound load limit.