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2-Pack 26-7/8" Stanley Folding Sawhorse $20 + Free Curbside Pickup at Ace Hardware

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Pretty good deal, but personally I regretted buying a plastic set of saw horses. Might be ok for very light use
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Pretty good deal, but personally I regretted buying a plastic set of saw horses. Might be ok for very light use
Why is that?
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Why is that?
Cheap plastic break
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Ah, what the heck, why not. Light duty work is all I'd need these for anyway Smilie
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Piss poor reviews. You get what you pay for I guess...
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I purchased the exact same thing from a big box store a year ago. Very light weight and easy to fold and store. You run a 2x2 along the 2 sides to provide stability. I only use it for occasional light duty use and it is fine. I would not get it for continual or heavy use.
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I purchased the exact same thing from a big box store a year ago. Very light weight and easy to fold and store. You run a 2x2 along the 2 sides to provide stability. I only use it for occasional light duty use and it is fine. I would not get it for continual or heavy use.
I did the same. I used 2x4. I recommend running a board as well, cut slots on the 2x4 so it fits in snuggly. Screw on a sheet of plywood on top and its a decent table to put stuff on or other light work.
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how does it compares to HF???
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I bought the Home Depot set and they were excellent. These look cheaply made. Would wait for the HD sale and buy those instead if you're not in a hurry
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Why is that?
I bought these for upnorth work and used them to hold my miter box with plywood on top. Any torque or tweak with just that amount of weight was very noticeable they don't lock out very well with that bottom shelf. I also used them to paint shoe molding... that worked great. They seem cheaper than my other set
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How much are these normally?
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Bought one. Thanks OP.

It might qualify for $5 cashback if you have the Shop Small Business Amex Offer. I know when I shop Ace in-store, it qualifies. Not sure about store pickup.
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how does it compares to HF???
Are you really comparing one piece of shit to another piece of shit? 😄
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Why is that?
Basically what others have said. You have to treat them carefully. Garage work tends to involve bulky and heavy objects. Too easy to accidently break them.
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