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HTC HTC2000 Adjustable Universal Mobile Base

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  • For Machines weighting up to 500 pound capacity
  • Adjustable in 1 inch increments to fit most machines using side rails; expands from 12 x 12 inches to 36 x 36 inch or up to 20 x 52 inches
  • Foot lever operation with four durable hard rubber wheels for stability
  • Low profile, increases machine height by less than 1 inch
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number HTC2000
Item Weight16 pounds
Product Dimensions18 x 8 x 5 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model numberHTC2000
ColorBlack
Item Package Quantity1
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB00002262M
Best Sellers Rank #2,231 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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Product Description

Product Description

With the HTC-2000 Adjustable Mobile Base, size is no longer an issue. Fully adjustable mobile base features side rails and corner pieces with holes spaced every 1 inch to insure the perfect fit for your machine. Move bandsaws, table saws, sanders, drill presses, jointers, planers, and much more.

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HTC-2000 fade tool
Move heavy machinery anywhere in your shop with ease (view larger).

With the HTC-2000 adjustable mobile base, it's never been easier to move equipment around a crowded shop. This fully adjustable mobile base features side rails and corner pieces with holes spaced every inch to insure the perfect fit for your machine. Move bandsaws, table saws, sanders, drill presses, jointers, planers, and much more. You'll be able to open up space for more effective productivity, better organization and safety, and added convenience during cleanup.

The base is sturdy and easy to assemble, plus it adjusts to fit virtually any large woodworking machine, forming squares from 12 by 12 inches to 36 by 36 inches and rectangles as big as 20 by 52 inches. Holes at 1-inch increments let you choose any shape in between, and 3-inch diameter wheels at all four corners make it easy to maneuver. Roll one tool in; roll another tool out.

The large, industrial-grade foot-operated levers lock machines to the floor, and their increased lever length makes moving heavier machines a breeze. The base also features a durable powder-coated finish. The HTC-2000 has a maximum weight capacity of 500 pounds. All parts are included, and it's backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

What's in the Box

HTC-2000 adjustable mobile base; operating instructions

HTC-2000 mobilize
Expands from 12 to 52 inches (view larger).
At a Glance
HTC-2000 Adjustable Mobile Base
At a Glance:
  • Universal mobile base with 500-pound capacity

  • Expands up to 20 x 52 inches

  • Stable four-wheel design with floor locks

  • Foot operated levers lock machines to the floor

  • Limited lifetime warranty
At a Glance

Customer Reviews

Easy to put together with decent instructions.
Robert Warren
I recommend it highly for anyone who has a heavy shop tool or cabinet that needs mobility.
R. Gillespie
I can now move my table saw around my very cramped shop with ease.
avmogul

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

157 of 162 people found the following review helpful By Richard Schons on February 24, 2001
If a tool is to be judged on it's utility then this is a winner. What makes this base so great is that it does what it's supposed to do, does it well, and sells for around fifty bucks.
My shop is so small Hennie Youngman could do a whole routine around it. I don't have the luxury of thousands of square feet of space to plant work stations and production tools. So, I rely on putting everything on wheels to keep it out of the way untill I need it. I made my own untill I discovered the HTC2000 mobile base.
I ordered one for my jointer and another for my table saw. My jointer is now a dream come true! The large wheels track easily and smoothly and it sets down firmly. The only drawback was that the front was higher than the back but that is an easy fix with a spacer or adjusting up your machines leveling feet.
Oddly enough I did not have this problem on the second one I ordered for the table saw. That on is so level you could set grade with it. For the life of me I can't figure the difference but who cares? The only downside I noticed on the one for the table saw was that my saw may be a little heavy for it. I have an old, big Craftsman with a custom made T-Square fence. It rolls very nicely but the cam levers for raising and lowering seem to strain a little in the lift mode. If you are going to move larger machinery I would suggest contacting the company regarding their custom made program.
Overall, if you ever want a stationary machine to have any portability you can't go wrong with this product. And at this price, you can afford a little custom tuning to get exactly what you want.
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139 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Lee Isdell on November 30, 1999
I have purchased 4 of these mobile bases and find them acceptable for "home shop" use. The bases are extremely flexible in that they consist of 4 heavy pieces of angled steel with numerous adjustment holes so that they can be assembled in a very wide variety of sizes. The bases themselves are quite sturdy. The "weakest" point of the base is in the plastic cambered lever that raises/lowers two wheels in order to allow movement of the toolstand. Being plastic the levers do not "appear" to be as sturdy as the rest of the stand and could break off. However, that being said, I have NOT had any problem with mine moving a jointer and a drill press to date. In fact, I am quite pleased with them and find them to be the most economical, yet acceptable stand available.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By J. Kaczmarek on December 1, 1999
I own two of these mobile bases. One moves a 10" Jet Contractor Saw around the workshop (the garage)and the other is used with a Jet 14" Bandsaw. These bases are easy to assemble and allow for easy lifting to move the equipment around your shop. I am planning on getting another on to make my thickness planer mobile. This is a good product for a good price.
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65 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Bob Feeser TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 31, 2001
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How do you take a limited work shop space and turn it into full blown wood working shop? Get some Universal Bases. Unless your fortunate enough to be Norm Abrams and can afford to have 10 feet of space between all of your permanently mounted equipment, these bases are for you. I bought 7 of them. All of my major equipment is on one. I can move a heavy table saw with one finger, and when I want to use it, I simply set, the easy to move control arms by foot. Down it comes, on to secure, fixed rubber feet. You may have seen bases like these in Sears for [price]. At this price they are a bargain. They are substantially made. The corners which your equipment rests on, and the wheels are mounted to, are substantial, and the rails that run between the corners are built sufficiently for their purpose. You shouldn't be disappointed. I bought all HTC2000s so I am speaking about those. They are rated up to 400 pounds, and I believe they will handle that much weight easily. At first I hesitated to use one on my top heavy 34 inch Radial Drill Press, thinking it would be a toppling risk. After receiving the first 5, I quickly ordered 2 more, one for the drill press as well. By locating the wheels in the front on both sides, actually improves the footprint, and the stability. They are easy to assemble, and there is always additional hardware left over. Pertaining to use, the only drawback is that when you roll out a piece of equipment, you have to plug it in, and attach the dust collection hose, but that is not the fault of the universal base. The wheels are like a shopping cart configuration, with a fixed wheel position in the back, and universal dolly wheels on the front. Consequently, I am able to line all of my equipment up on one wall, with a minimum of space, and easily move out whichever I may need.Read more ›
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By "gluehappy" on January 21, 2002
Yes, it has the expected sturdy construction, but the foot levers to raise and lower are a little hard to operate. I have a jointer mounted on one and I find I have to assist in raising and lowering the machine as I operate the rather thin foot levers. And if i'm not careful, I can lower the machine down with a thud.
In contrast to the Delta design, which I have my workbench mounted on, it is much easier to raise and lower with the single and larger foot pedal. Delta's design of a single caster also does seem easier to pivot with.
5 stars for srurdy construction
-2 stars for the hard to operate foor levers
3 stars overall
If you need a mobile base that's ready to put together out of the box, the HTC2000 will serve your needs well enough. If you're able to make the rails yourself for the Delta model, or need a custon size as I did, I would go for the Delta 50-345 model instead since I find its design easier to use.
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