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posted: Oct. 20, 2012 @ 11:43a
yea saw this in west seattle as well at this price, looks very much like the craftsman version I got for a similar price, in fact i think they are same manufacture. craftsman one had a handy 52 inch extention I just used to make a table out of a sheet of plywood to assemble cabinets on
posted: Oct. 20, 2012 @ 11:48a
this one goes to 37-1/2 wide stock, i am not sure what i am going to do with this but have it incase i need it.
Its only 69.06 in omaha. Still in the normal section, not clearance section
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posted: Oct. 20, 2012 @ 3:29p
Is this a knockoff of the Rockwell jawhorse? How does it compare?
posted: Oct. 20, 2012 @ 5:07p
its a copy of the craftsman one; the hardware is identical in every respect, the only difference is the square cutouts on the rigid are oval on the craftsman. the rockwell one is heavier, has a higher duty rating, has a larger clamp surface, and iirc has wheels for moving, which is handy since even this one is bulky. it also may have some more usefull accessories, like for holding irregular objects. i find this lesser version sufficient for any use i can think of; its already rated for more weight than even a steel fire door for instance, and i wouldn't dare risk a slab of granite to a clamp like this where the ends are not supported. I put legs on my plywood table for building an ikea wardrobe on the sheet of ply i mentioned above. All in all a decent tool, haven't used it as much as i could with a little imagination, but then i haven't dragged it to a job site where i imagine it would find a lot of uses.
posted: Oct. 20, 2012 @ 5:13p
I also have a bunch of these, which I find fantastic:
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