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HUSKY 6 ft. Solid Wood Top Workbench, $195.99, free shipping, Home Depot

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Home Depot has HUSKY 6 ft. Solid Wood Top Workbench for $195.99. Shipping is free.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../312383950 Now $209.99
  • 1,700 sq. in. of solid wood worktop provides premium work surface for various works
  • 20-Gauge heavy-duty steel frame
  • Adjustable feet for stability
  • Easy and quick to assemble
  • Powder-coated frame to withstand extreme temperatures, high humidity and every day wear and tear
  • 1,000 lbs. weight capacity
  • Accommodate separately sold Husky base cabinets to fit underneath, forming a cohesive storage system
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Thanks for posting OP. Anyone have any experience with this? Need something to beat on out in the garage. Doesn't need to be heavy duty. Debated picking up one of those cheap desks and reinforcing it. Appreciate any input. Thanks! Smilie
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This should accommodate most household/ DIY project.
If you plan on hammering anything on it, I would suggest taking the tiny feet off and letting it sit on a 2x4 that spans the both legs on each side. You should be able to secure the 2x4 with a washer and screw through the threaded bolt hole created by removing the feet. Hammering on the top of this is likely, over time, to bent the threads on one of more of the adjustable foot bold rendering the foot unadjustsble.
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Quote from rueburger :
Thanks for posting OP. Anyone have any experience with this? Need something to beat on out in the garage. Doesn't need to be heavy duty. Debated picking up one of those cheap desks and reinforcing it. Appreciate any input. Thanks! Smilie
I have the 8ft version.. Its SOLID... The only thing I wish is that there was an easier way to attach a removable bench vise. The way the railings are set up on the table they are close to the edge so not a lot of space to clamp on to.
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Thanks. Picked one up!
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"1,700 sq. in. of solid wood worktop provides premium work surface for various works"

Truly exceptional copywriting right there
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