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48" Sparrow Stationary Folding Hardwood Work Bench EXPIRED

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  • Dimensions: 48" W x 20" H x 1.18" T
  • Material: Hardwood, birch finish.
  • Safe Working Load: 500 lb. - powerfuldoppler

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has Sparrow Peak 48-in W x 20-in H Folding Hardwood Work Bench for $99. Shipping is Free. Price valid through 10/27/20.
  • Capacity: 500 lbs
  • Dimensions of wood top 1.18-in thick x 48-in wide x 20-in deep
  • Butcher block top -- per Q & A: solid wood Birch butcher block
  • Easy up and easy down, folds down to the wall using a fingertip release mechanism
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Be sure to toss the garbage hardware that comes with it and buy your own to mount it. Other than that, nothing but praise.
Per Q&A: it's solid wood Birch butcher block
"Folding 90 degree brackets"

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Foldin...e+Brackets

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is the top a chopblock or just pressed particle board?
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is the top a chopblock or just pressed particle board?
Per Q&A: it's solid wood Birch butcher block
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In for two one for the Garage to use as workbench, the other for the kitchen to use as bar top when needed.
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Be sure to toss the garbage hardware that comes with it and buy your own to mount it. Other than that, nothing but praise.
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Be sure to toss the garbage hardware that comes with it and buy your own to mount it. Other than that, nothing but praise.
I assume by that you mean the screws not the actual mount?
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Anyone know if they sell those brackets separately and what they called. I could make them out of angle bars
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Anyone know if they sell those brackets separately and what they called. I could make them out of angle bars
Curious as well. I could always build my own with just plywood if not for the brackets. Don't need something super fancy
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I assume by that you mean the screws not the actual mount?
I assume as well, regarding the bolts to attach to the wall.
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Be sure to toss the garbage hardware that comes with it and buy your own to mount it. Other than that, nothing but praise.
I didn't have any issues with the hardware (screws) that came with this.
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is the top a chopblock or just pressed particle board?
It is solid butcher block. Not particle board. I own one, it's very solid.
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Anyone know if they sell those brackets separately and what they called. I could make them out of angle bars
https://www.rockler.com/folding-s...ect-option
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Anyone know if they sell those brackets separately and what they called. I could make them out of angle bars
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Curious as well. I could always build my own with just plywood if not for the brackets. Don't need something super fancy
"Folding 90 degree brackets"

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Foldin...e+Brackets


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I assume by that you mean the screws not the actual mount?
I wonder if they fixed this issue, this is from the description:
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New improved hardware with increased strength and self-tapping lag bolts
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