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Blue Hawk 32-in 2-Pack Plastic Saw Horse $19.99 (Was $39.99) @ Lowe's

jimmeli 34 261 June 15, 2016 at 05:50 AM in Tools (5) More Lowe's Deals
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Last Edited by jersharocks June 15, 2016 at 09:10 AM
Blue Hawk 32-in 2-Pack Plastic Saw Horse

Item # 514691 Model # CPC2PKSWHRS

$19.99 Was $39.99

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http://www.lowes.com/pd/Blue-Hawk...e/50333339
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FWIW, I think these are 10x better than the kind with connector straps or links on the sides; the large hinged flaps at the bottom of these almost never break, and also work well as a shelf for small items. I lost my original pair like this, from another manufacturer, and I'm ordering at least 2 pairs of these RIGHT NOW.
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I'm in for a pair. The cheap ones I got from Sears years ago are complete garbage and borderline dangerous.
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Was $14.98 July 2015. May possibly go lower again?
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Was $14.98 July 2015. May possibly go lower again?
if you're in no rush for saw horses, you could wait. if you see in the near future that you need it, get it Big Grin. don't let SD control or buying habits, hehe
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Uses of this thing please.
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Quote from cigarbaron View Post :
http://www.acehardware.com/produc...d=11697112 14.00 in this weeks flyer

sweet thanks. having a garage sale this weekend and need to make some plywood table to sell all the slickdeals crap I never opened.
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Uses of this thing please.
If you have to ask what sawhorses are used for, you likely don't need them and you should steer clear of any and all power tools.

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If you have to ask what sawhorses are used for, you likely don't need them and you should steer clear of any and all power tools.

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Please don't interfere with the Darwin theology. Please let nature take it course.
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Please don't interfere with the Darwin theology. Please let nature take it course.
Although it is a bit strange to me that he doesn't know what a sawhorse is for, but I don't really think buying one without knowing what it's for would take him out of the gene pool. In fact, they are quite safe and if he bought it and then realized what it was for and used it, he'd probably be better off and safer than if he hadn't.

If you haven't figured it out yet, Saw Horses are things you use to saw horses. It stabilizes them while you saw them.

In all seriousness, this is a good deal. I am tempted since I am always teetering the things I'm sawing on my lawn chairs and fence and it get's a bit unwieldy at times...$20 hrm...
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If you haven't figured it out yet, Saw Horses are things you use to saw horses. It stabilizes them while you saw them.
This might be my favorite Slickdeals post ever. Thanks for the laugh! LMAOLMAOLMAO
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If you have to ask what sawhorses are used for, you likely don't need them and you should steer clear of any and all power tools.

http://lmgtfy.com [lmgtfy.com]
Well, I could be an engineer or an architect who just got his first house. learning to do handyman jobs myself. I'm always looking for tools that I can buy, but don't want to buy too many so always ask questions from the experts here. You are probably too much of an expert for a newbie handyman.
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