Model # SH107

Internet #202533538

Store SKU #681059

HDX 5.5 in. 10-Compartment Sawhorse Bracket

HDX

5.5 in. 10-Compartment Sawhorse Bracket

$697 /each

Product Overview

You can use flanged nail holes to disassemble quickly. There are 2 sawhorse brackets in 1-Piece. And it is used for carpenter's sawhorse, picnic table and hobby or ping pong table, barricades.
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Product Overview

You can use flanged nail holes to disassemble quickly. There are 2 sawhorse brackets in 1-Piece. And it is used for carpenter's sawhorse, picnic table and hobby or ping pong table, barricades.
  • Heavy duty steel
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Workforce brand
  • No rust finish
  • 500 lbs. capacity
  • Brackets allow you make your own sawhorse from standard lumber

Product Overview

Model #: SH107
Sku #: 681059
Internet #: 202533538

You can use flanged nail holes to disassemble quickly. There are 2 sawhorse brackets in 1-Piece. And it is used for carpenter's sawhorse, picnic table and hobby or ping pong table, barricades.

  • Heavy duty steel
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Workforce brand
  • No rust finish
  • 500 lbs. capacity
  • Brackets allow you make your own sawhorse from standard lumber

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Name 5.5 in. 10-Compartment Sawhorse Bracket 33 in. Folding Sawhorse with Adjustable Metal Legs 32 in. Metal Folding Sawhorse 33 in. JawStand XP Sawhorse
Brand HDX DEWALT DEWALT Rockwell
Ratings (103) (141) (58) (53)
Adjustable Yes Yes No Yes
Weight Capacity (lb.) 500 2500 2000.000 220
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.43
Product Height (in.)
5.48
Product Width (in.)
3.94

Details

Adjustable
Yes
Hand Tool Type
Clamp
Material
Metal
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Tool Storage
Weight Capacity (lb.)
500

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Return Policy

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.43
Product Height (in.)
5.48
Product Width (in.)
3.94

Details

Adjustable
Yes
Hand Tool Type
Clamp
Material
Metal
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Tool Storage
Weight Capacity (lb.)
500

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Return Policy

Questions & Answers

lenght of legs

I lost the information concerning the lenght of the sawhorse for the hieght of the sawhorse
Asked by: Hector
That's your choice. I made mine 32". Also used an extra 2x4 flat ways that I screwed onto the top edge of the horse. So my total height is 36". Depends on your height. I don't want to bend over to cut all day
Answered by: Ed101
Date published: 2017-08-07

What do you use to keep the wood in place? Nails? Screws? What kind?

Asked by: Hans
I used 1 5/8 drywall screws and they seem to work well.
Answered by: RedBoat
Date published: 2017-08-06

Is this a single or pair of brackets?

I can't tell for sure by reading. Is there two brackets in the package, and thus enough to make a saw horse? Or do you need to purchase two of these to make a single saw horse?
Asked by: Andrew
Purchase one. There are two per pack.
Answered by: Lalo
Date published: 2017-09-14

What size lumber do these brackets fit

Asked by: Twila
A standard 2x4. Fits snug and you want that.
Answered by: Ed101
Date published: 2017-09-09
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Customer Reviews

5.5 in. 10-Compartment Sawhorse Bracket is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 103.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was the easiest project I did all day. I used #8 x 1.5" wood screws all around, and cheap 2... This was the easiest project I did all day. I used #8 x 1.5" wood screws all around, and cheap 2x4s from home depot. Each saw horse cost about 9 bucks total and are very sturdy. I expect they'll last many years with just a little care. I used 36" legs, to make a taller table, though might be a little too tall so I may cut them back. 2x4s fit snug in the brackets. One set fit in easy but good and snug. The other set took a little manipulation, but I didn't bother trying to bend back the tabs or trim the boards, just a little more elbow grease and pounding on the ground. It took longer to write this review than it did to get them to fit. Easy and low cost.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We are using three sets of these to create legs for a DIY desk that my wife designed. The desk ha... We are using three sets of these to create legs for a DIY desk that my wife designed. The desk has been up and stable for 3 weeks at the time of writing this. They were simple to use, consistent quality, and have the ideal "industrial" look we were going for - and have met all of our expectations. The only thing that would make them perfect is if there was a lock to ensure they were all opened the same distance.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Fit problems Treated 2x4's do not fit. Need to shave them with a saw in order to fit. Other than that, they work fine.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For people to say they wouldn't fit a 2x4 must be less handy than my 5 year old grandson. I put o... For people to say they wouldn't fit a 2x4 must be less handy than my 5 year old grandson. I put one together and he did the other. Also put a small brace on each side. Beats ruining or loaning out my costly adjustable sawhorses. Used exterior screws. Have less than $30.00 in two. Plus had good time with my grandson
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Making lighter horses with these good brackets I have used these brackets to assemble many sawhorses over several years, but I have always been somewhat unhappy with the WEIGHT of each horse. Lately I’ve hit upon a solution - before assembly I rip each leg with my table saw just enough to remove about 1/2 of its wood (making the removed piece into the equivalent of a useful (?) piece of 2x2 lumber). I leave the upper end of each leg as normal 2x4 dimensioned so it will still fit snugly into the bracket. I also rip 1” depth off the 2x4 piece across the top. Result is a much less cumbersome but still sturdy horse. Oh - I also beef up the brackets by drilling TWO holes where only one is provided to fasten the bracket to the cross piece. And use SCREWS rather than nails. Takes time, but so do most tasks that produce a lasting product.
Date published: 2017-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These brackets have been around for decades. They are easy to use. They can be made to be any he... These brackets have been around for decades. They are easy to use. They can be made to be any height off the ground. The instructions don't include the angle to cut the legs so they sit flat on the floor. The instructions are also a bit confusing as to what length to cut the legs. Overall I like them because the give me a saw horse that will hold up over time in hot sun. The plastic saw horses don't last.
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These work well but as a cautionary element to assembling the saw horses I add a 1/2"piece of ply... These work well but as a cautionary element to assembling the saw horses I add a 1/2"piece of plywood ( 1 5/8 x 3 1/2 ) inside the void where the teeth bite into the wooden cross piece for additional support. I drill 2 holes on either side of the attachment hole provided so the sawhorse is much more stable.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Brackets worked fine, it was a little hard to hammer... Brackets worked fine, it was a little hard to hammer the nails into the 2x4 boards I stuck in there. I was attempting to make a standing desk in combo with a door I bought, but I guessed wrong on how long to cut the boards. Oh well, threw it in the basement.
Date published: 2017-10-11
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