|Item Weight||12.73 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||34.5 x 96 x 36 inches|
|Item model number||90164|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
2x4basics 90164 Workbench and Shelving Storage System with Hooks and Clamps
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- Custom workbench of any length (up to 8-feet), width (up to 4-feet), and configuration; height is 36-inches
- Only 90 degree cuts are required; all hardware is included
- Workbench and ShelfLinks support spans up to 8-feet (2.4m) and 1000 pounds (400kg) per shelf
- Includes 4 workbench legs, 6 ShelfLinks, 2 work clamps, 3 single hooks, 1 double hook
- Lifetime warranty
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High Quality Products
Being made of heavy gauge structural resin, all 2x4 Basics brackets have a simple yet durable design allowing them to hold up to rough conditions.
Backed with a 2-year limited warranty, 2x4 Basics continues to uphold the high standards in quality that do-it-yourselfers have come to expect.
Customizable Diy Storage, Organization And Outdoor Furniture
DIY Projects Simpliﬁed
Our 2x4 Basics brackets have been designed to make garage organization and outdoor furniture projects as simple as possible. Only 90° cuts are required, no miters or angles, and projects can be built to any length up to eight feet. To simplify the process even more, only 2x4 lumber is needed for most projects.
- Durable bracket kits.
- Customizable length.
- Only 90° cuts needed.
- Only 2x4 lumber needed for most projects.
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|Item Dimensions||34.5 x 96 x 36 in||37.25 x 7.25 x 4.38 in||14.2 x 3.3 x 8.3 in||23.82 x 61.02 x 47.24 in||60 x 21 x 34 in||72 x 5.2 x 0.7 in|
Create the ultimate workspace with the WorkBench kit with ShelfLinks.
Create a work and storage space that truly fits your needs with the 2x4basics Workbench Assembly Kit. This innovative, do-it-yourself system lets you easily assemble a custom workbench in less than an hour. All you need is some plywood and 2x4s and you'll have a work bench that will meet all your project and storage requirements.
Use the included bonus ShelfLinks Kit
to add shelving to the top or sides
of your workbench. View larger.
Completely Customizable, Easy-to-Assemble Workbench System
This do-it-yourself system lets you create a bench that's the exact size you want--up to 8 by 4 feet--by just adding lumber (not included). Assembly is incredibly easy, thanks to the included, easy-to-follow instructions and cut lists. All you need is a powered screwdriver and a saw--no other tools are necessary. For added convenience, only straight, 90-degree cuts are required--no miters or angles--and all the hardware you'll need is included in the kit. When assembly is completed, the work surface height will measure approximately 36 inches (90 centimeters).
Advanced Engineering Meets Strong, Durable Construction
Sturdy 2x4 framing and advanced engineering make this kit stronger and more stable than most other workbench solutions. In fact, each shelf will hold up to 1,000 pounds (400 kilograms). An added bonus, the materials are made of heavy-gauge resins and are impact- and solvent-resistant for long-term durability.
Versatile Design for Potting Benches, Custom Shelving, and Storage Options
With the Workbench Assembly Kit, you are no longer limited to a standard-sized potting bench--you can make a unit as small as 2 feet by 2 feet to use as a plant stand.
In addition, you can use the included bonus What's in the Box
Four workbench legs, six ShelfLinks, assembly instructions, hardware, and warranty information.
Customize a work bench for any jobsite.
Each shelf holds up to 1,000 pounds.
Solvent resistant for long-term durability.
Expand your shelving and storage with six included ShelfLinks. View larger.
What's in the Box
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For the casters: 4" heavy duty casters. Screwed to wooded angles (I used 2x6 cedar wood, left over from an arbor) with 10 x 1 stainless steel screws and 1/4" washers (see photo). To mount the cedar wood, I used 9 x 2-1/2 Particle Board screws (see photo). The cedar wood was placed where I wanted it and marked (see photo), to make sure my casters cleared the rotation. Then I just cut the wood at a 45* angle above the mark. Not rocket science.
To make the lower shelving supports: (see updated photo with measurements). I screwed them together with the particle board screws. Two per each contact point. When I finished making the "wings", I just traced the edge on the loose piece of shelving to mark where I was going to saw my cuts. Once the shelving piece was cut, then I screwed everything together. Bottom shelf, middle shelf, then top shelf, each held down with 6 x 1" Drywall screws spaced about 12" apart.
The lower legs and upper 2x4 pieces were all screwed with the stock screws.
The Light: From Home Depot - Model # MNSL L48 2LL MVOLT 40K 80CRI M6 Internet #300263608 Store SKU #1002098190
This light has to be wired. No wiring is included. You have to purchase a three prong wiring kit, as long as you need it. I plugged it into the power strip.
I bought a good grade of framing 2x4s and some half-inch plywood. But before starting assembly, I looked for ideas in Amazon’s customer photos and made a few design modifications. For example: a cutout in the center shelf for legroom; omitting the first shelf above the bench; adding backstops to the bench top and overhead shelf; and making the overhead shelf from half-inch plywood vice 2x4s. I also opted not to run the overhead shelf the full length, to allow more uncluttered vise workspace on the right end. The included #8x2” deck screws seem a little delicate, so I substituted #9x2.5” construction screws for better stiffness; the extra length wasn’t a problem, as the screws go in at an angle to pull everything together tightly.
For the bench top, I used a 1.75” thick solid-core door with a birch veneer, found (slightly damaged) at HD for $40. It’s screwed down to a sheet of half-inch plywood on top of the whole assembly. It’s heavy and as sturdy as I’ll need, and provides increased work height and an overhang for clamping. I decided to go a little fancy, so I finished all the visible wood surfaces in some sweet-looking blue and cherry Minwax stains. I topped off the stain with multiple coats of polyurethane, then started assembling.
The actual assembly went quickly and smoothly with my wife’s help. The directions are pretty good if you don’t mind the comic-book-style pictograms. I added two strips of LED worklights under the top shelf, then placed everything in front of an existing pegboard wall for easy tool access. Overall, this project was fun—I took my time and probably went a little over budget on the niceties--but I’m really satisfied with this bench and think it will provide many years of service.