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Rockwell Jawstand $34.99 and Free Shipping

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The Rockwell Ebay page has these on sale RK9033 Jawstand - $34.99 and Free shipping:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rockwell...:rk:1:pf:0

The Rockwell Ebay page has these on sale RK9034 Jawstand XP - $52.99 and Free shipping:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rockwell...:rk:4:pf:0
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Repacked...
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Repacked...
True, but these are from the Rockwell outlet...
Condition: New other (see details) :
Seller Notes: "New-Other which means the tool is new but has been re-boxed in a plain brown box. The original packaging may have been damaged in transit, but not the product."
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I have the 9034. It's been really handy to have around when working by myself. It's a little ungainly to carry and store though.
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Is the main difference between the RK9033 and RK9034 is that the 9034 has the additional micro-adjusting knob? If so, I'm not sure if it's worth the price difference, but it's a great feature to have.
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Is the main difference between the RK9033 and RK9034 is that the 9034 has the additional micro-adjusting knob? If so, I'm not sure if it's worth the price difference, but it's a great feature to have.

Looks like (just did a quick look online) that this might be one of the key feature differences:
Both offer the ability to move material up and down and adjust the angle of the material relative to the horizontal plane of the floor. The XP earns the point here for a couple of reasons. It can hold material at a maximum height of 43" versus 41" for its rival. And, the XP offers the ability to precisely adjust the material's height between 0 – 2" under load, something the RK9033 cannot do.
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In for one, thanks.
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Got 2 last week and expected to be in brown packaging but they were both in normal new packaging. Excellent purchase.
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Was slightly hesitant until i saw the vendor was the maker
hopefully this will help my cousin who does a lot of sheetrocking
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save $10 on the RK9034 Jawstand XP from new
thats fine with me, doing construction/remodels stuff gets beat up.
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Is this a replacement for the jawhorsr?
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Is this a replacement for the jawhorsr?
I think it can perform some of the same functions as the jawhorse, but has significant differences. The clamping force on the Jawstand seems light (hand turn, up to 200 lbs) and at a single point (maybe an inch or two wide) and it only accepts stock up to 1 3/4" thick. Looks great if you're wanting to hold 2x4's or <2" pipe.

The Jawhorse has much greater clamping force (foot powered, 2000+ lbs) that is spread out over a large area, so it can be used to secure a wider variety of workpieces. The Jaws separate up to 3 feet. I have one, and it's heavy (40 + lbs) and takes up a large space to store, but does the job well when I need it.
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Is this a replacement for the jawhorsr?
nope, not in any way...
Jawhorse is amazing, JawStand is lackluster as it's use-cases are very limited.
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