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Fortress

Model HD0418SB

Internet #202334279

Screw Jack with Baseplate (4-Pack)

$79.99 /package
  • Rugged, galvanized steel construction
  • Adjusts scaffold to desired height
  • Provides stability on uneven ground

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This Fortress Screw Jack with Baseplate (4-Pack) is designed to aid in the setup of a scaffold on uneven surfaces, allowing you to easily adjust your unit to the desired height. With a 1-3/8 in. diameter, the screw jack is crafted from durable galvanized steel for lasting use. This set also exceeds ANSI and OSHA requirements to help ensure safety on your jobsite.

  • Used to stabilize scaffolding on uneven ground
  • Lets you adjust the height of your scaffolding tower with ease
  • Made of tough, galvanized steel for durability
  • Exceeds OSHA and ANSI scaffolding regulations for safety
  • Strong threaded shaft is 1-3/8 in. in diameter
  • Includes four screw jacks with baseplates
  • Not compatible with item # 202334302 (6 ft. Rolling Drywall Scaffold) or 202334301 (12 ft. Rolling Drywall Scaffold)

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Will these work with concrete tubes?

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December 11, 2015
I'm building a cabin on 8 ft pilings and want to know if these screw jacks are sturdy enough to be used if set in concrete on top of a piling. (Using 10" or 12" tubes for concrete)

I want to be able to make adjustments in case there is settling. I would have at least 16 pilings to support a 20' X20' cabin. If this is feasible, can I purchase separate face plates for each screw jack to attach bottom section with concrete screws or plant into cement?

If this is NOT a good use for a screw jack, what do you suggest.
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I think you need to check out actual house jacks. Tiger posts for example. Not that a scaffolding jack might not work but.... it also depends on the size of the cabin, the spans, a whole bunch of structural stuff. I understand your desire, mine matches yours but... everything I read about proper construction indicates to build the structure correctly first with the correct materials for the size of Read More
I think you need to check out actual house jacks. Tiger posts for example. Not that a scaffolding jack might not work but.... it also depends on the size of the cabin, the spans, a whole bunch of structural stuff. I understand your desire, mine matches yours but... everything I read about proper construction indicates to build the structure correctly first with the correct materials for the size of technology structure, to place proper fittings, etc, squared up , I.e. do it all right from the beginning. If the structure moves later due to shifting ground, you can make minor adjustments other ways. I seriously doubt it's a good idea to start with the idea of adjusting to begin with, although I also have wondered the same thing. I've NEVER read of serious builds with jacks built-in except in modular builds (do a YouTube search for the "QB 2" house by Mike Page for example or Nomad cube house for example) and THOW' s (Tiny House on Wheels, I.e. trailer). It's still an interesting idea but not sure if it's advisable for 20x20. Check out www.countryplans.com, join their blogs and ask the question again. Their moderators are professionals. See what they say. Read Less
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What are the specifications of the scaffle screw jacks with baseplates

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This product is 8 inches wide, 5 inches deep and 24 inches tall.
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How much does each screw jack with baseplate weigh?

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About 10 to 12 pounds a piece. I believe the weight was around 44 to 46 pounds for all 4 of them
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Are these solid metal or hollow ?

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stronger than expected Easy to install and worked well, even with heavy loads. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality screw jack These are good quality screw jacks. Threaded shaft is solid and overall finish was good. Fit my Vanguard staging well. July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good accessory for scaffold I bought these to go with my scaffold, I work on an uneven ground. These made the scaffold level and stable. They did however require some finesse to fit in the scaffold. 2 of them slid right in and the other 2 required a hammer to go in the bottom. Minor problem. If you work on an uneven area, I highly recommend these. They are stout and with a wider foot, it kept the scaffold steady. May 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A must have for uneven surfaces Installed in scaffolding, spun handle to proper height and leveled the setup. Couldn't be easier. They don't pin into the scaffold because then you couldn't adjust them so they will fall out if you lift the scaffold too high to move it, but when you disassemble you just lift and they are out. Good value and front door delivery. April 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase made to accompany scaffolds Very good quality and extremely strudy, makes the toughest most uneven jobs a breeze and safe, any time a turned my back my carpenters and foremen were trying to slip some blocks or wood pieces for bracing under the scaffolds, pretty unsafe in most circumstances. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Screw Jacks sturdy equipment, works and fits well, delivery on time December 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quick and easy. Not a big fan of Home Depot in general but occasionally they have something I can't find from other sources. The free shipping to the house is great too. May 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Screw Jack with base plate for scaffolding (4 pack) Great addition to our scaffolding, easy to use, good quality! June 2, 2015
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