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Rockler All-Terrain Mobile Base, Holds up to 800 lbs!

Item #
22672
Rating:
92% of 100

With a rugged 800-pound load capacity, kick-action wheel locks, and an expandable steel frame, this heavy-duty base will transform almost any stationary tool into the ultimate portable workstation.


Features:
  • The base itself adjusts from 18" x 18" to 28" x 28"
  • Raises the tool approximately 1" from the floor
  • Two front casters swivel freely for responsive steering capability
  • Corner platform elements are reinforced with industrial-strength welds for maximum holding power
  • Assembly is simple; includes all necessary hardware

Optional Mobile Base Extensions:
  • For a larger frame, two extension sets are also available; Extension Set A (#28774, sold separately) and Extension Set B (#28834, sold separately)
  • Extension Set A (#28774, sold separately) includes a pair of longer stretchers that replace two of the four existing stretchers and extend the base-length to anywhere from 26" to 36"
  • Extension Set B (#28834, sold separately) includes four stretchers, which combine with the included base stretchers to increase the overall base length to anywhere from 36" to 50"
  • For even more range, use two extension sets! Two Set A's will extend the frame up to 36" x 36". Two Set B's will reach up to 50" x 50"
(1) Rockler All-Terrain Mobile Base
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 35.5000
Tech Spec
  • Load Rating: 800 lbs
Technical Documents
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4.6 / 5.0
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Strong Base
Well built mobile base. A little difficult to put together, the bars had a lot of paint on the ends and would not slip into the sockets easily. Once ends scraped it went together well.
August 20, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Excellent mobile base
Outstanding mobile base. Nice and smooth operation
August 18, 2019
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Absolutely fantastic! I can easily move my Grizzly cabinet saw (400+ lbs) with one hand. Better results than I could have ever hoped for.
August 18, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Love this base.
Got this base from Rockler on sale and its really superb! I should have bought 2 when they were on sale to save for my future jointer which will be very heavy. Still the base to have even at retail.
August 18, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
I like the mobile based that I bought very much, it helps moving the bandsaw and joiner planer around easier since I have limited room.
August 15, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great Mobile Base
Very impressed with this Rockler mobile base. I've had Powermatic, jet, HTC,and Vega bases and this Rockler is the best. It rolls smoothly and is built very sturdy with heavy gauge metal and wide gussets. A quality product.
August 13, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
All Terrain Mobil Base
This is my second one purchased. It is extreamly well made and is great on rough floors. the usual mobil bases are not as convienent or easy to use. The larger wheels and their material makes a big difference along with the locking design. However, the non-sale price is high and doesn't compete with the competitor's equivalent. I waited for the sale to replace a less expensive base. Rockler always has great products.
August 12, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Definitely would recommend. Very heavy duty and will handle heavy table saws
August 11, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great wheels for an old Delta band saw.
August 11, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Good product, could be better
Ok, so a mobile base is kind of an inanimate object, something that you probably won't ever think about again after it's installed, unless it breaks. Let's assume that these are simple enough devices that they will never break. The plusses - I like them better than the other type with the little screw down feet that get caught on little bits of wood, electric cords, and humps in a concrete floor. I think that it is sufficiently strong enough to handle most any load that will fit on it. The minuses - It's a pain to put on because it is set up with thru bolts that must line up with the existing holes in the side beams, or you may have to either leave it a little bigger than necessary, or drill new holes (which is what I did). The bottom line - I feel that it is a better investment than the other type with the screw-down feet. I will likely buy this product for the next machine that I mobilize.
August 5, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Best on sale $150 I ever spent for my table saw. Best mobile base I've found and used.

Now, I'm ordering a base for my assembly/work table while it's still on sale.
Gerald G on Jul 30, 2019
I need to move equipment
Mark K on Jul 19, 2019
Best on sale $150 I ever spent for my table saw. Best mobile base I've found and used.

Now, I'm ordering a base for my assembly/work table while it's still on sale.
Gerald G on Jul 30, 2019
for making my new lathe mobile
Daniel H on Jul 26, 2019
I need to move equipment
Mark K on Jul 19, 2019
Replacing my current mobile bandsaw base with the All-Terrain which is so much better.
Kelvin C on Jul 16, 2019
Original base I got for my Grizzly bandsaw drags on the floor and catches on the lip of my garage when I take the bandsaw out to use. Also $80 bucks off on sale!
Mike H on Jul 12, 2019
Move Bandsaw
Jay R on Jul 10, 2019
Needed mobile base for my band saw.
Bruce L on Jul 10, 2019
I use mobile bases on all my shop tools so that I can move machines out of the way when not in use for the current project.
Thomas M on Jul 10, 2019
Weight capacity for Lathe and cabinet/portability
L Y on Jul 9, 2019
Needed this in the shop
Michael C on Jul 7, 2019
Re-configuring my workshop and need to put my table saw on a mobile base. This looks perfect for that application.
joe g on Jul 3, 2019
I have a heavy saw and an uneven garage floor to move it over.
Robert M on Jul 3, 2019
Good price and needed one
Clark K on Jul 1, 2019
Already own two and they work great. Need these for my other tools.
Bruce H on Jun 27, 2019
This is my second one, they work very well.
Ron C on Jun 23, 2019
I wanted to make my new Jet bandsaw mobile.
Mark L on Jun 14, 2019
Heavy duty, well built, on sale, and free shipping!! Way to go Rockler
Leonard S on Jun 14, 2019
Very well built and because of sale price.
Robert B on Jun 8, 2019
Hopefully, it will support the weight of my new used bandsaw.
Craig W on Jun 7, 2019
I already have one & I like it.
Gary L on May 29, 2019
Have the ability to easily move equipment around in my workshop for different setups. My shop is relatively small and sometimes I need all the space possible for projects.
Douglas L on Apr 24, 2019
For ease of moving and convenience in the workshop
Ellen T on Mar 31, 2019
Unique among mobile bases.
Charles B on Mar 25, 2019
Make it easier to roll my heavy tools around the garage.
Patrick B on Mar 6, 2019
The woodworker I purchased his Sawstop Contractor saw from had it on this base, and had high praise for it. He was replacing this Sawstop with a cabinet version. When I saw it was on sale, the decision was made.
John H on Mar 4, 2019
Because it’s adjustable and holds enough weight for what I need.
Philip F on Mar 4, 2019
I needed the band saw I just purchased to be mobile and this base had extremely good reviews.
Kirk B on Feb 28, 2019
Reviews and recommendation from a store representative.
LUIS C on Feb 25, 2019
For my Grizzly 17" bandsaw
charles l on Feb 20, 2019
To move a smoker between the garage and patio over 60 ft of deeply stamped concrete sidewalk.
Robert H on Feb 18, 2019
Because I wanted a third one
John A on Feb 14, 2019
to make my drill press mobile
Angelo P on Feb 8, 2019
To make my drill press mobile
GARY A on Feb 3, 2019
Drill press
GARY A on Feb 3, 2019
purchased in the past and is on sale
Ronald Mitchell G on Feb 2, 2019
I already have one and I love it.It is Well worth the money. It easily runs over anything on my shop floor.
Harold G on Feb 2, 2019
big wheels
onevw on Feb 1, 2019
This mobile base makes it so easy to move my tools, process larger and longer stock, keep the floor clean for assembly, save my back, aid in clean up, and allow me to have more tools in the same space.
CLay S on Dec 3, 2018
This is the real thing for my heavy Hitachi bandsaw! It's strong, has a low profile, and is easy to maneuver.
Sat S on Nov 29, 2018
Just finished floor, I need to be able to move my saw a round without scratching the floor
Brad B on Nov 4, 2018
I am building a new wood shop and want to have my lathe be more mobile. The lathe is rectangular in shape and will need to have a longer base so I am also purchasing the Stretcher set A and B in addition to the AT Mobile base to determine which will meet my needs and the dimensions of the lathe base.
Charles T on Oct 25, 2018
My husband tried this device on another piece of equipment and finds it a real backsaver! Wanted to order another for a radial arm saw that is currently on tiny wheels. This is a very sturdy base!
Rosemary D on Oct 1, 2018
I already bought one a while back and they are excellent!
Gary M on Aug 1, 2018
To mobilize a full-size drill press with work table..
Richard B on Aug 1, 2018
Looked like the best deal for the money and free shipping !
Ken W on Jul 23, 2018
I liked it's features and capacity and it was on sale!
Joel V on Jul 19, 2018
Need to move my Delta DC-380 Planer around in my shop, needs to be portable now. Hoping this works since mine has different style legs, more like cabinet/sides.
Candy V on Jul 15, 2018
My 18" band saw is very heavy, and I need to be able to move it around in my shop. I ordered on line because it wasn't available in the local store.
Sluggermike on Jul 15, 2018
5" wheels
Daniel S on Jul 8, 2018
Weight capacity and the 5" wheels.
Gavin L on Jul 6, 2018
for making my new lathe mobile
Daniel H on Jul 26, 2019
Replacing my current mobile bandsaw base with the All-Terrain which is so much better.
Kelvin C on Jul 16, 2019
Will this fit a 3hp Saw Stop Cabinet saw with 52" extension? I f so what is the diff. Between this and the Saw Stop branded caster kit?? Thanks in advance!!
Seafood on Jul 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I got the SawStop industrial base for my 3 hp SawStop with 36 inch extension table. I found the SawStop industrial base to be far superior to the SawStop commercial base (both for ease of use and for maneuvering in tight spaces). Having spent what I did for the 3 hp Commercial SawStop table saw, I wouldn't even consider a Rockler base for my SawStop. I wanted the best base for the table saw. That being said, I have Rockler roller bases for some of my other woodworking equipment (including drill press, band saw, 15 inch planer and stationery belt sander), and I have found those Rockler bases to be very adequate for those pieces of equipment.
Do the swivel casters lock both swivel and roll? If they don't lock both ways, there will be tool movement.
Dr. Carl W on Apr 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It's only a wheel brake, doesn't lock the swivel bearing. However, the large wheels make it easy to eliminate any swivel: just prepare a block of hardwood 11" x 4" x 1.25". Put it on the floor, slide it between the casters, and the swivels are effectively locked in the straight ahead orientation
Anybody use one of the all terrain bases on a cabinet saw w a 50" fence? What do you do about the extension table's legs?
Brad S on Aug 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I used it on a 50" table saw. Use two people to lift on to it. If you have extension legs they should be high enough to move freely. Worked as advertised.
will this base adjust properly to fit a 4 in 1 woodmaster machine with a base size of 18 1/4 x 30 1/4 and weight of 500ibs.?
don f on Dec 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes
What is the diameter of the wheels
Jeff A on Feb 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: probably 5". worth the money. i have my delta dc-380 planer and it rolls nice - just have a smooth floor. rocker has different portable bases for different weight machines.
My Bandsaw is 16 inches wide. It looks like the corners have a metal triangular plate. Would someone please measure or let me know if the configuration would accommodate that 16 inch width? Thank you in advance for your kindness and response!
MARC P on Jul 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Marc,
The base of my bandsaw is 19" x 25" and there is not problem. I have all my heavy equipment on the these bases and they move very easily. You may have to by longer extension rods for larger equipment.
The triangle corner pieces are large and strong enough to hold the weight, with no problem.
For heavy equipment, I used a jack to lift up one side and slide one side of the cart under that side. Then did the other side and assemble the unit under the machine.
Everett
Have the quality issue with stretchers fitting into the corner recesses been addressed?
Jim W on Apr 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No. Still sloppy mfg IMHO. Both bases I rcvd required using a file to remove the stamping flash form the end of stretchers, or they wouldn't slide in pocket. Also cut my hands twice from the stamping flash on the edges of caster mounting brackets. :(
Are the casters ball bearing?
Jodi H on Dec 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes also my jet band saw moves with no effort what so ever.
what are the overall outside dimensions of the base? (Maximum width and depth including wheels) I have a tight area for storage and small doors.
John F on Jul 6, 2018
Has anyone used this base for the SawStop Contractor Saw 36"? Curious if base will accommodate the extension table that is attached to saw.
Paul M on Nov 15, 2017
I need a Router jig for diamond shape pool table markers. Anyone have one?
mark S on Jul 28, 2017
Do the swivel wheels lock?
Michael K on Mar 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the swivel wheels lock. All 4 will lock but I find only the rear 2 wheel are necessary when using. I have the same planer as shown in the picture. It is very heavy but this base and large wheels allow me move it around the shop easily. Large wheels will easily traverse cords and uneven floors. Well worth the buy! Would highly recommend.
How does the tool attach to the base? I have a 1412 bandsaw, so with it being tall I don’t want it to tip over
Nate L on Jul 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have this base for my Laguna 14bx bandsaw, and it sits on the corner platforms which are down below the wheels. I keep my bandsaw up against the wall of the garage and wheel it out every time I use it. It is very stable. I got this base instead of the 3 wheel model that Laguna sells because of the stability.
Can this base be extended to 23.5" X 64"?
Kirk T on Apr 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes and no, you would need to buy steel bars from a metal supply to increase the length between the long pockets at each corner. The bars are about 1/8 t, and 1 1/4 w. Mabe for the long side buy angle stock for stiffness. Yes the corner brackets should work. So buy one and open it and see if you can get the steel. Or get a full table saw wheel kit like HTC.
How wide are the wheels?
Michael C on Sep 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 1 1/2 " wide wheels, I own six of the all terrain bases. I have a small shop so I roll all of my machines around a lot. Best mobile base around.
What is the exact measurement of how high the base raises the tool?
pete o on Jun 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I measured the distance from the floor to the top of a corner where the legs rest when placed on the Mobile Base. This distance varied from 7/8 to 1 inch. I first used the All-Terrain Mobile Base on a older table saw that had a wheel on each leg. This setup did not work at all. After I purchased the Mobile Base and put the table saw on it, I was hooked. Since then I have purchased additional Mobile Bases and placed other equipment on them. I have a small shop area and this makes it possible to use various pieces of equipment and then move the equipment against the wall.There it waits for the next time that i need to use it.
Is it possible to go 70.5 length and 21 deep?
Andrew on Jul 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I didn't extend the mobile base that far. I would think that Rockler Tech support should be able to answer that question for you.
Does the 800 pound rating drop with the addition of extensions to accommodate equipment with bigger base dimensions?Thinking about this for my heavy Powermatic 20” planer.
Marty on Mar 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have one of these under my Jet joiner/Planer combo machine. Works great and when all of the wheels are locked it is very stable for use. The weight limit is based on the casters load rating. moving them in or out doesn't change the static load on each of the casters. As long as you are at or below the total weight I think you will be very happy with this heavy duty caster set. Hardest part you will have is lifting your machine onto the frame. One last comment, I added heavy duty rubber pads between my machines feet and the support brackets to eliminate the possibility of the machine sliding around in the frame during operation.
How much does the mobile base weigh?
Anthony O on Feb 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: 35.5 lbs.
How big are the wheels? Small wheels do not move very well on my concrete floors.
rock on Jul 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 5" diameter.
will this fit Jets JWBS-14DXPRO bandsaw?
Mark E on Mar 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Mark, the base is adjustable in 2 directions and can adjust to many sizes. Im not sue about the size of the bandsaw, but from what I saw on google is should be able to fit. If not, a piece of 3/4" plywood can be placed down and the bandsaw can sit on that.

I used this base for an older cabinet saw with a smaller size base, aand there is enough slack to make it smaller.
I have a Delta Table Saw (Model 36-454) outfitted with a Delta Unifence and attached table (Model 36-906). I want to get a new base to replace the inefficient Delta base (Model 50-345). In addition, the base covers only the saw and not the extended Unifence table (Model 34-914). I know I can use your base for the saw. But how do I deal with the two legs that support the 32 inch table for the Unifence?
Rick I on Oct 11, 2018
would this fit a Craftsman table saw bot in 1983?
michael m on Nov 3, 2017