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Industrial 4 ft. Folding Wood Top Workbench-WSHD48FWB - Home Depot -$78.74 - $78.74

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Easy folding work bench for garages etc.

Assembled Depth - 24"
Length/width $48


Comes with a steel frame.

I use a similar one that I paid $99 for a few months back

Here is the link to this workbench -

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Indus.../302769459
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This looks pretty good but I am surprised that it is completely no-name. If it is not Husky, then who makes this?
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Are the legs standard spacing for studs to be rated for that much weight? seems like they are just inside the 48" table which would make them off spacing
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Are the legs standard spacing for studs to be rated for that much weight? seems like they are just inside the 48" table which would make them off spacing
Really? If their centers are 8" in from the sides, that would make them 32" apart from each other at their centers, which seems ideal. No?
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Quote from arribasn :
Are the legs standard spacing for studs to be rated for that much weight? seems like they are just inside the 48" table which would make them off spacing
I have two of these in my garage and I can't tell you how happy I am with how well they work! They secure to the studs on standard spacing. I'm going to pick up a 3rd one today so I'll have 12 feet of space if needed
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Quote from arribasn :
Are the legs standard spacing for studs to be rated for that much weight? seems like they are just inside the 48" table which would make them off spacing
Quote from fenton :
Really? If their centers are 8" in from the sides, that would make them 32" apart from each other at their centers, which seems ideal. No?
Fenton you are correct, the instructions available in the product page show 32" spacing between the legs.

https://images.thdstatic.com/cata...1177d2.pdf
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Fenton you are correct, the instructions available in the product page show 32" spacing between the legs.

https://images.thdstatic.com/cata...1177d2.pdf
sweet thanks for confirming! hard to tell in the pic how inside they were
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Is this right?
"Total product weight: 62 lbs."
That seems way heavy.

I have one from Lowe's that is about the same size and is 36 lbs. paid about the same on sale.

48-in W x 20-in H Wood Work Bench https://www.lowes.com/pd/Sparrow-...1001095416
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Could these be attached to concrete with the correct hardware?
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Quote from dumask :
Could these be attached to concrete with the correct hardware?
Yes. You'll need the proper anchors.
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