Saw Horse Brackets

Code: 388019

Saw Horse Brackets

Code: 388019

£16.46 (£13.72 Ex. VAT)

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  • Heavy duty ABS mouldings
  • Brackets sold in pairs to produce one saw horse - just add a length of prepared 40 x 90mm softwood!

In Detail

Consisting of two heavy duty ABS mouldings that bolt together with the addition of a length of prepared 40 x 90mm softwood (not supplied) to form a very stable and solid platform. Brackets sold in pairs to produce one saw horse.

Reviews (9)

Reviews (9)

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Roberto

30 January 2016

The angle of the legs is 15 degrees from vertical

Another reviewer mentioned that the angle of the legs wasn't specified with the product. Measured with a Trend DAR 200, I'd say the angle of the legs is 15 (possibly 14 depending on how tightly you secure them) degrees from the vertical.
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Alex

6 November 2015

Ok

I have been using about 14 of these for about 10 years now, and am slowly starting to reduce the quantity I use. They are used both in the workshop and on site, virtually every day. Over the years I have tended to use wider tops, to fit between the outside lugs, the problem initially was the top cupped over time, but this was cured by adding packers around the bolt in the middle recess. The other main problem I have is that over time the legs become loose as the wood compresses, and to start with simply tightening the wing nut cures this but eventually they remain loose, and therefore wobbly. I have also had a few of the brackets splitting over time, but this is always after a lot of use.

One tip is to make sure that the wood you use is completely dry, to avoid shrinkage, which would add to the problems of the legs becoming loose.

To summarise, I am generally very pleased with these highly flexible trestles and they have served me well, but I have recently started moving over to the Dewalt trestles (similar to their saw stands) and whilst these are very expensive, they are rock solid, extremely strong and compact to store when not in use (which is also a bit of a bugbear with the Axminster trestles, as I find it a bit impractical to take them apart for storing them or putting them in the van etc).
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Roger Pope

13 October 2013

Quite Useful

These have some good points: speeds up sawhorse assembly. allows for various widths and lengths for the top. allows for different heights by cutting legs to length. easy disassembly. If you have 38x89 dimension timber it fits straight away, otherwise some trimming needed on 4x2". Would have liked it if the suggested washers had been included.
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Craig Francis

27 January 2012

great product

if you cant build these saw horses i think its time to give up the diy, excellent will be ordering more .
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Mr Owen Hughes - Hughes Woodworks

19 May 2010

Simple but brilliant

I wish I'd invented these. I run a medium size workshop and we're always in need of setting out benches. I've already got 12 and I've just ordered another 10 pairs. they're like clamps - you never have enough.

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