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bosch tracrac t3b manualSELLER’S SOLE OBLIGATION AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY under this Limited Warranty and, to the extent permitted by law, any warranty or condition implied by law, shall be the repair or replacement of parts, without charge, which are defective in material or workmanship and which have not been misused, carelessly handled, or misrepaired by persons other than Seller or Authorized Service Station. To make a claim under this Limited Warranty, you must return the complete portable or benchtop power tool product, transportation prepaid, to any BOSCH Factory Service Center or Authorized Service Station. For Authorized BOSCH Power Tool Service Stations, please refer to your phone directory. Pour presenter une reclamation en vertu de cette garantie limitee, vous devez renvoyer l'outil electrique portatif ou d'etabli complet, port paye, a tout centre de service agree ou centre de service usine. Veuillez consulter votre annuaire telephonique pour les adresses. Prospect, IL 60056 -2230, E.U.A. Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness. See All Buying Options Add to Wish List Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. But the MS-UV seemed a little cumbersome, very heavy, and over complicated. I needed a stand that when folded up wouldn't take up half of my small pick-up bed. So weight and compactability narrowed my search down to the Dewalt and the Trac Rac(same build as Bosch and Hitachi, different accessories included) After closely scrutinizing the pros and cons of both and available reviews It seemed as thought while a nice unit, the Dewalt came up short. No wheels and skimpy outfeed support.http://tokoperabotrumah.com/fckfileupload/bosch-pro-tankless-water-heater-manual.xml
Ok that said this is a great stand that has already made me more efficient in the shop and the job site. If you can afford it, buy this saw stand. Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2007 Once you have it all put together and the saw fence aligned parallel with the stand, then things are great. But getting there is tough. The box arrived in one piece - a bit dinged, but in one piece. The majority of the body is assembled. Just the support arms and mounting base need to be assembled. The instructions are still complete junk. It does take some studying to figure out what hardware is depicted in the diagrams. The instructions indicates 30min assembly time. Yeah, right. It took me about 1.5 hours and I'm still not fully done (more at end of review. So beyond the goofy diagrams that really are meaningless without the diagram on the front that shows the whole thing assembled.Turns out that in my kit, 2 of the big washers are missing. To be fare, the parts list indicates 2 in the kit, and the full repair parts list at the back indicates only two. The problem is, with the support arms, you need 2 of the big washers for one support arm.So I now need to call up Bosch and get them to send 2 big washers. The most annoying part is getting that saw base is a PITA to get attached and aligned to the saw. There are 8 nuts that hold the thing together, the 4 big ones on top, and the 4 small ones underneath that are a pain to get to. To get the base aligned so it latches in, and the saw mounted, and get the saw fence parallel to the stand.The instructions really should give a set of instructions on how to do that. I spent way too much time re-loosening the nuts to be able to get the mount to engage the stand, and then again to try and align the saw to the stand. Its still not right. I need to re-loosen all 8 AGAIN to get the alignment correct (saw fence parallel to the extensions).http://www.tampacricketleague.com/userfiles/bosch-premium-electro-duo-hc-manual.xml Needless to say, its difficult to get all assembled and aligned quickly as just a single person (without help). But its doable. if you take your time. The wheel assembly came pre-assembed as well, and I've not used that feature yet, so I cannot speak to the quality of the wheel system. Its also true you need to already need to know how to use the stands extensions. Nothing in the very lacking instructions talks about how to use the extensions or that one swivel-bracket thats on one of the extensions. I purchased the stand to get the saw up off the ground and have something portable.Overall, For build and quality its really 5 stars, but looses 2 stars do to the pain in the behind manual, assembly and alignment process, and missing parts. Please try again later. Thomas S. 3.0 out of 5 stars But getting there is tough. I purchased the stand to get the saw up off the ground and have something portable.Overall, For build and quality its really 5 stars, but looses 2 stars do to the pain in the behind manual, assembly and alignment process, and missing parts.Please try again later. Please try again later. G-man 4.0 out of 5 stars This alone made the Ridgid MS-UV look very appealing, as well as its many features and bang for the buck. But the MS-UV seemed a little cumbersome, very heavy, and over complicated. If you can afford it, buy this saw stand.Please try again later. Please try again later. L. Bernstein 3.0 out of 5 stars Yeh, it's alittle hard to assemble but once it's over, it's over so what. When doing a report all I'm interested in does it do it's job well and can I service it if something happpens. I am so sick and tired of manufactures who come out with a model only to discontinue it. The world of tools is so out of hand, just look what happened to Porter-Cable. Sorry I got off the point. The problem with the Bosch TracRac is those poor excuse of wheels they have on it. Try to wheel it around with a miter saw on it(especially a sliding compound miter saw.http://www.bouwdata.net/evenement/bosch-jig-saw-manual I can't tell you how many times I've turn it over and I'm pretty careful but until they repeal the law of gravity I'm going to have to live with it. I like the weight, it's not so heavy you can't pick it up and move it around. It's easy to load and unload from my van(mini). I like to see how the gravity rise table would work with the Miter Saw. I own one for my portable table saw and I love it. Now Bosch has one for miter saws. Oh well I guess I'll wait till I win the lottery. I'll live with my TracRac.Please try again later. Please try again later. S. Whipple 4.0 out of 5 stars It also provides good support for coping cuts, adding returns, chopping wells, drilling thimble holes and adding lead flashing. One thing I have added is a tool tray which interlocks on the extension arms to hold tools, chisels, etc. Because the saw is carried on and off the jobsite daily, the wheels and portability are critical. I have found it is easier to control by holding the legs extended, like a wheelbarrow. Going over rough ground is not as bad as one would expect, but the big problem I was having was that the locking caps on the wheels kept pulling off and this tended to bend the bracket. The problem was the hardness of the axle preventing the locking caps from getting a good hold. While I could have changed the axle for softer steel, I decided to stay with the stainless and drill out holes for cotter pins and washers to hold the wheels on the azle. Both an aluminum support and one of the legs ended up breaking while transporting to and from the job. So, I go the gravity base for the 12, which, by the was is not as nice a base, but is much easier to roll around and set-up.Please try again later. Please try again later. K. Borchers 4.0 out of 5 stars It's bigger than you might expect, so if you have space limitations, that should be a consideration. As other reviewers indicated, the setup is a little tedious, but once you sort out all the hardware bags, it's straightforward.http://dallas-ic.com/images/bosch-trimmer-instruction-manual.pdf As for attaching the saw, that can be fairly tough the first time. In order to get the camlocks set correctly, I slid them on first. Then I loosely attached the base rails. Then I wrestled the saw into place. That guaranteed the camlocks would slide correctly when they were released. Here is the NUMBER ONE thing you have to know about this stand. When you mount the saw, make 100 sure it is perfectly balanced front to back. My beautiful Bosch 5412L took a serious header off of it when I released the camlocks all the way -- a very sick feeling when your 65 pound 500 dollar saw tips backwards off your 250 dollar stand (and y'know, they don't bounce... ) A miscalculation on my part, bad one. One last issue I had with the stand, two of the legs showed up with broken locking pins, so they won't lock out or up. I called TracRac (Bosch first, but TracRac handles all this stuff) and they immediately promised two new legs would ship the next day. Good responsiveness. I'll repost if there's any trouble with the parts showing up. Bottom lines: The Good: Tough piece of hardware, well built, holds a lot of weight and provides a great support extension, wheels are a nice feature for portability of some very heavy sawage. Good customer service. The Bad: Assembly a bit of a pain, but straightforward. Must be VERY cognizant of the balance front to back, especially with a sliding compound miter. Hard to catch falling saws, it turns out. This was my bust, but the manual could have been a little sterner about the warning... for dense folks like me. Broken locking pins were disappointing, but customer service was responsive. Edit: Tracrac did a good job of getting the replacement legs out to me asap. Got them installed and everything works as advertised. I'll leave the rating at 4 for the assembly and poor leg design. Ultimately, if you buy this, at least you know Tracrac will make things right.Please try again later. Please try again later. Berlin 4.0 out of 5 stars For some reason they referred my to the TracRac customer care department. So I called them and was talking to an Customer Care person instantly and she send out the replacement part out fast with no charge. The customer care department at TracRac is really great which is rare these days. Thank youPlease try again later. Please try again later. Mike 5.0 out of 5 stars Amazon just reminded me about reviewing. This stand is great. Figuring your best way to mount your specific saw to it in the fashion that will suit you the best is your task. I can use the saw on the floor by itself if I want to or quickly mount to the stand. I do think the wheel design could be a bit better but I just carry it over to where I'm going to work anyway. It's light enough to do that but sets up very sturdy with adjustment on one leg for out-of-level situations. Also has a repetitive cut stop but won't work for all applications of course.Please try again later. Please try again later. Woody 2.0 out of 5 stars But the instructions for what's left are totally incoherent. If you have an outhouse you'll know what to do with them. A good picture is your best bet and then it goes pretty well. As noted by others it is important to balance the saw. I centered the saw fence front with the center of the stand and that worked well; you can fine tune from there if you wish. Aligning the fence parallel with the stand is not easy. My Bosch 5412 has extention bars so I aligned with them using a straight edge and that worked, you can fine tune from there if necessary. When UPS delivered this the box fell completely apart and scattered everything on my porch. I think that's the norm, not the exception. I'd give this 4 stars if TracRac was capable of writing an instruction manual and providing a decent box, and it comes with Bosch's name on it so they are culpable.Please try again later. Please try again later. T. Griffin 5.0 out of 5 stars Stand itself comes assembled, but the extentions and stops require quite a bit of assembly. Allow maybe an hour. But when you're finished you'll have something to be proud of indeed. Beautiful craftsmanship and materials make this a solid piece of eye candy for the technically inclined. Just well thought out, except for the wheels. Why won't anyone make a stand with larger wheels. The now discontinued Delta and the HD stand are the only ones I've seen with the larger, more functional wheels.Please try again later. Please try again later. pdxwaker 5.0 out of 5 stars Maybe I was set up to expect the worst but I found the assembly to be quite simple and straight forward. In fact, a large majority of the pieces that are assembled by the user need to be adjusted for the particular saw you use anyway.Anyway, my point is that you shouldn't let the assembly stories scare you away from this saw stand. The stand is one heck of a product. Very sturdy and easily adjustable. Things I really like about this stand: I can quick-release the saw fast and easy. I can collapse the stand and wheel it around with my saw attached. Wheels. Support for very long pieces. Adjustable leg (only one.Please try again later. Please try again later. I purchased the stand to get the saw up off the ground and have something portable.Overall, For build and quality its really 5 stars, but looses 2 stars do to the pain in the behind manual, assembly and alignment process, and missing parts. Please try again later. Amazon Customer 4.0 out of 5 stars Called Amazon who told me to call Bosch who told me to call Trac Rac. Have yet to reach them for a replacement part and that should be interesting. That catch that broke off is riveted to the leg and it looks as if a whole leg would have to be provided. Even so, the stand looks rugged enough to handle anything and I hope it can handle my Bosch 5412L that I recently purchased. Update to follow. UPDATE: I did get a replacement leg but one that was not adjustable. I could have sent the original damaged one back for repair but decided a machinist friend could do the job quicker and it works just fine. What you've read about assembly being a nightmare is all correct. I've just begun and I think I'm up to at least 2 hours and still am not finished. Still there's no doubt in my mind that this stand is excellent and will more than live up to it's intended use.Please try again later. Please try again later. D. LeBlanc 5.0 out of 5 stars This stand is one of the best. It is solid, well built (it will last a long time) and works very well. It is quick to assemble (less than 15 minutes) but it does take time to set up your saw. However, once you have you saw set up on the stand you will never heve to set it up agian. It is very easy to maount and dismount the saw, move the stand around and load and unload the stand. The leveling leg is genius. No more unlevel and tippy rigged stands on uneaven ground.I only wish that there was a carry handle on the stand, however, this is not a real issue and adding a handle is not hard to do.Please try again later. Please try again later. Harold A. Bennett 5.0 out of 5 stars I don't remember how long it took me to assemble, but not so long that I needed to cry about it.If you have a compound slider, think about the position of the saw as you CARRY it.The adjustable leg: If you have set the stand up where you can't adjust it to stable with that leg. You probably shouldn't be setting up there in the first place. It gives you a couple of inches in either direction. The wheels: Yeah, they're small. But it is sold as a saw STAND not a saw dolly. Having them is sweet when you want to cruise from one end of the house to the other. If I have to go from front yard to back yard, I slide the saw to one end of the stand and carry the whole deal on my shoulder using the legs to balance the unit. Not much more than a bag of concrete. Bigger wheels sure would be nice, but really would only make it harder to store. My gripes: 1. extension supports: for the sake of space, I remove them for storage. It would be nice if I didn't have to 're-calibrate' them when I re-attach them. Not that that is a huge chore. 2. the rotating stop: it would be nice if it was a flip stop instead of the contraption that it is. Not that it is excessively hard to use, but if it was easier I think I would use it more than I do. All in all, I would still take this stand over any other I have had the (dis-)pleasure of working with.Please try again later. Please try again later. Tom Young 2.0 out of 5 stars I have used the table saw stand similar to the T4B for several years and love it. I even get comments from friends about how nice that it is. For storage purposes, the T3B is ridiculous. The T4B does not have that problem and the saw is very balanced on it. You will regret not spending the extra to buy the T4B in the long run. Please try again later. Please try again later. L. Bos 3.0 out of 5 stars These were two extremely important points for me. That got old. I recently looked at a neighbor's MS-UV, liked what I saw, and headed to Home Depot. The one in stores now is completely different and you mount your saw (in my case a Bosch 3915) to rails which then clamp to the MS-UV bed. I considered returning the thing but decided to give it a try. So far so good.Please try again later. Please try again later. Brian Beebe 4.0 out of 5 stars I would start with having the customer find the center balance point of their saw, with their saw in the raised(not locked) position. From there, it's rather easy to figure the best way to locate the saw on the rack with the sliding plates. Once that's complete, the stand works like a dream. Tons of material support, rock solid in most situations, it's also nice to be able to separate the saw from the stand easily for transport and use in a variety of locations and situations. Yeah, it's expensive, but with the acquision of some more slider locks, i'll be able to use my belt sander, router table, and other power tools on the stand. It's an ultimate shop solution.Please try again later. Please try again later. Brian B. 5.0 out of 5 stars Much to my surprise, the stand was assembled with the saw mounted in about 40 minutes. And that was after taking my time and meticulously going over the instructions since I was expecting a much more challenging task. They must have listened to customer complaints since it seems the stand is delivered with alot of the pre-assembly done before it is packaged and shipped (at least compared to some of the complaints from past reviewers). Essentially, you only have to mount the outfeed supports, the wheels and of course the saw. Everything else is ready to go out of the box. A great stand and great pricing from Amazon. I can highly recommend it.Please try again later. Please try again later. Sue Goddard 3.0 out of 5 stars I bought it after comparing with others, largely on the basis of its adjustable leg and the fact that it can be wheeled around with the saw still attahced. The adjustable leg IS a good thing. And I found it impossible to remove and re-attach the saw working alone, which is what I do. Since it's too heavy to load in my truck (alone) when it's all together, it's impossible for me to transport it alone. The problem is with the cam locks, which require precise alignment and do not slide well. So it went back. Now we'll test the refund policy. stay tuned. Oh, and yes. it does come as a test of one's assembly skills -- over seven bags of hardware, many packages of parts, takes well over an hour. Completely unnecessary. Check out the competition. Follow-up notice posted a week later: The refund and return proceeded amazingly quickly, painlessly, and fairly. I couldn't be more pleased with the customer service!Please try again later. Please try again later. domeboy 3.0 out of 5 stars We compared side by side and he sold his at a loss to buy one like mine. He hated everything about the TracRac including the fact that he spent about 50 bucks more than I did. My stand? The fully assembled and ready to go DeWalt Mitre saw stand. I happily spent the extra for another set of brackets and STILL ended up cheaper than his. Now I quick swap between my Bosch and my DeWalt, something not reasonable or fun on the TracRac. DO YOURSELF A BIG FAVOR and buy the Dewalt Mitre saw stand instead.Please try again later. Please try again later. H. Berger 4.0 out of 5 stars But setting it up was a bear. The directions are very badly written. I don't think the person that wrote them ever tried to put one of these together. Just use your common sense and you will get through it. Over all I think the stand is very nice to have and I would buy it again. It really helps out on the job site. Also it is a little on the heavy side but one man can carry it if needed.Please try again later. Please try again later. Click image to enlarge As is their custom, a host of features were included that make the Bosch TracRac TM an exceptionally well-built, versatile tool with value for anyone with a miter saw. Nearly all parts are made from thick-wall aluminum extrusions that show top-quality manufacturing. The thickness of the material and overall size of the components make it obvious that Bosch intends the Bosch TracRac TM to provide many years of trouble-free service even under the near constant use of the contractor world.Click image to enlarge Page 8 of the manual is filled with full-scale drawings of the standard (SAE) fasteners and related hardware that make identification easy. All fastener packages contained the correct number of pieces. Precise manufacturing of the extrusions and related parts means everything fits properly the first time.I freelanced a little bit (how tough can this be?) and wound up having to take the end caps off to install a set of rubber bumpers. Not a big deal and totally my fault. The factory-installed leg assemblies mount and pivot in tough steel brackets at either end. Though easy to release, these locks make sure the Bosch TracRac TM is not going to fold up unexpectedly, with an expensive saw on board. Click image to enlarge They also prevent the legs from gouging or scratching the surface on which it stands. The wheels are made of tough material and ride on large bushings that insure easy rolling and long life. Lift the other end of the Bosch TracRac TM a bit to get the legs off the ground to roll it where needed. The wheels are large enough to roll reasonably well in grass or dirt and effortlessly on smooth surfaces. Click image to enlarge Both are fully adjustable and secured at any length by lever-operated locks. The locks themselves are adjustable to compensate for wear of the simple mechanism that might occur over the years. The extension arms retract fully within the length of the main stand rail for storage or transport. That means working with 20-foot-long material presents no problems, something that will be especially appreciated by contractors and home improvement users. To increase the capacity to one side or the other even further, the saw can be offset on the main channel. Click image to enlarge The mounting rail-locking plate assemblies can be spaced with the rails angled as needed to fit virtually any miter saw. To further insure compatibility with the widest possible range of saws, the mounting bolts can be located anywhere along the mounting rails. Bosch also includes several lengths of bolts to properly fit the mounting boss thickness on most saws. Legs on the mount arms make it ready for securing to any flat surface for use. Click images to enlarge This is very handy for the occasional user and contractors who want to remove the saw during transport or occasionally use the saw in a confined area. The lever locks can be released and the whole assembly slid to a new position virtually anywhere along the length of the main rail to increase support capacity to either side. It would prove to be a very handy system and a great addition to the shop. The wheels also The wheels make it easy to get it in small places. Click image to enlarge We set the Bosch TracRac TM up on every out-of-level piece of ground in the area but a flip of the cam lever lock on the adjustable leg had the stand rock solid in seconds. Being able to place a rigid support virtually anywhere needed allows the operator to concentrate on making the cut, not straining to hold the wood down on the table. In each case, the features built into the Bosch TracRac TM allowed those cuts to be made safely and with a high degree of accuracy.The Bosch TracRac TM 's ability to expand or contract to fit the task at hand brings a welcome versatility that allows it to be used effectively in virtually any shop space and to make the best use of the space available. The adjustability of the Bosch TracRac TM 's work support system brings a new level of safety and accuracy to the ever-popular miter saw. Privacy Statement. The site may not work properly if you don't update your browser. If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit old reddit. Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts Log in sign up User account menu 4 Articulating Metal Thing Found in Friend's Shed It has hard rubber feet, and these two locking levers that appear to lock something into place. When the lever is turned in one direction, the underside rotates downward like it would lock something in place. Not the slightest clue what it could be, and any help would be great.Maybe close to 10 - 15 lbs. All rights reserved Back to top. Please check your inbox, and if you can’t find it, check your spam folder to make sure it didn't end up there. Please also check your spam folder. 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