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    HF welding Table

    Here's another welding accessory from Harbor Freight that I couldn't resist: their Adjustable Steel Welding Table (knockoff of the Stronghand Nomad). Not quite a total knockoff, since it is not height adjustable, doesn't have a set of wheels and the slots on the table are different. List is $129, special pricing at $90 and with a 25% coupon came to 59.99. Well worth it. Sturdy, portable and folds flat for storage. I think my miter saw might fit on top too.
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    http://www.harborfreight.com/adjusta...l#.UyKCDoXDXpc

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    Thanks Ted. I clicked on your link, and the price was right at 59.99.

    A little tax and shipping on top of that, but a heck of deal!
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    For something you can take with, or fold away when not in use, that does look like a decent deal, I doubt you could buy the materials for that kind of money, nice get!
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    That looks like a nice portable table.
    Darren

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    The bottom portion of that stand looks almost identical to some older design Wolfcraft folding stands that I have and like very much. They are very sturdy and quick and easy to setup and take down.
    Dave

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    You can also apply the 25% off coupon on $59.99 to bring the price down to $44.99
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    Thanks Mo. I just double checked my receipt and that's what I ended up paying...makes it an even better deal.

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    Just got mine the other day. Put it together seems like a pretty nice deal. Quite sturdy and should come in handy!

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    Nice, looks to be a handy table. How thick is the top?
    Darren

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    A little bit shy of 1/8".
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