Universal Bench 31-Inch 4-Piece Leg Set, #KBS1000
KREG Universal Bench Leg Sets are available in two heights which accommodate different project needs. Each leg set has four complete legs with leg levelers and feet that allow 8" of unlimited...
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- Standard height leg set adjusts from 31" to 39"
- Predrilled holes make it easy to drop down a rail to add a vise or drawer
- High-quality hardware for simple, solid assembly
- 12-gauge steel with premium powder-coated finish
- Bench system supports up to 600 lbs. when assembled with matching rails
Put your Universal Bench together in three easy steps:
- Start by selecting a set of sturdy 12-gauge (1/8" thick) steel legs. They’re available in two adjustable heights:
#157850 31" to 39" tall
#157851 17-1/4" to 23-1/4" tall
- Next, choose a set of 14-gauge steel rails to determine the width of your Universal Bench:
- Now choose one more set of rails to determine the bench depth:
Complete your Universal Bench with bench top made from the material you choose, and then outfit your bench with accessories like #148166 4-piece Casters Set for mobility and #153677 Klamp Vise for a fast, easy work holding solution.
I'm aware that "guys" aren't expected to read assembly instructions. However, here are two helpful suggestions based on my recent assembly of a Kreg workbench, combining Kreg legs, Kreg rails and my own top. 1) The bolts and self-locking nuts that connect that legs to the rails are listed as 5/16 (no need to verify since they're shipped together as a kit). However, the wrench size needed to tighten these nuts is 12mm, not the inches size listed in the manual. 2) The rails are u-shaped channels. The holes to mount the top are in the "legs" parts of the u-channel. The U-channels are symmetrical, with holes at identical locations on both of the channel's legs. To avoid the necessity of holding the screwdriver at an angle when tightening the screws, I inserted a long-handled driver bit through the hole on the opposite leg of the channel to contact the screw head straight-on. The Kreg-supplied screws are square-drive (excellent choice). However, extra-length, square-drive bits aren't very common. Then I recalled, the Kreg pocket jig system includes a longer-length drive bit. It really made attaching the top much easier. Now to my point: Did the Kreg assembly instructions for the bench legs/rails suggest using the Kreg drive bit in the Kreg jig system? The long form of the answer is "no".