Yeah those old Stanley's were great for commercial carpentry/trim projects because they were light weight, mobile, and the plastic didn't damage finishes, and outside of the brittleness of the plastic in sub zero weather they worked great. The new ones use a softer plastic that buckles under anything more than 10+ lbs, so you cant even stack a couple pieces of trim on the outriggers while your using a cut table let alone set up a cabinet table on them... I'm honestly not sure why they even make them with the outriggers anymore since they serve no purpose. The Trojans do look great, but have no place on a finish phase project... Thanks for all the help and conversation, its really appreciated guys
That is the only thing I don't like about the Trojan's. You really can't set them up on finished floors without putting something underneath them to prevent scratching and gouging. Set up on subfloor, out in the garage or outside they are great.