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Model # SH107

5.5 in. 10-Compartment Sawhorse Bracket

$6.97
  • Constructed of heavy duty steel
  • Comes with 1 year limited warranty
  • Finish is rust resistant
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About This Product

Disassemble this quickly with flanged nail holes. It features two sawhorse brackets in one piece. And it is used for carpenter's sawhorse, picnic table and hobby or ping pong table, barricades.

Highlights

  • Heavy duty steel
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • HDX brand
  • Rust resistance finish
  • 500 lbs. capacity
  • Brackets allow you make your own sawhorse from standard lumber
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Product Information

Internet # 202533538

Model # SH107

Additional Resources

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 5.48 in, W 3.94 in, D 3.43 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

3.43 in

Product Height (in.)

5.48 in

Product Width (in.)

3.94 in

Details

Features

Folding

Material

Metal

Returnable

90-Day

Tool Storage Product Type

Sawhorse Bracket

Tools Product Type

Tool Storage

Weight Capacity (lb.)

500 lb

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

90 Day Return Policy

Questions & Answers

13Questions
caret
Q:Are these brackets adjustable allowing the sawhorse to fold flat for storage?
by|Oct 7, 2018
5 Answers
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A:  Yes. They fold for storage

by|Oct 9, 2018

    A:  It's been a while since I bought a set, but if I remember right, you need a horizontal cross brace for stability. Depending on how you fasten the brace, with nails then no, not at all, if you use screws then by removing them the saw horse could be folded, with one other potential dilemma. The size of the wood used for legs, if I remember correctly 2X4's needed to be trimmed down just a tad at the attached end. I only use the HDX 1-Compartment Folding Steel Sawhorse Model# SH106 @ $17.97ea. They fold up nice and easy when not in use, light weight yet sturdy, all galvanized material, so they last for years. They cost a bit more, but well worth it in the long run. I putter around alot so I have 6, I ran across some flood house doors to use as bench tops, it's a great set up and easily stored. I hope you find my information helpful.

    by|Apr 27, 2019

      A:  Yes, however the horizontal portion of each sawhorse will be released.

      by|May 6, 2023

        A:  as you can see in the photo above, the top of the bracket has a hole on each side where I put a screw to keep the sawhorses locked open. You could leave out a screw on one side and fold the sawhorses flat or leave both screws out and fully disassemble the legs from the top crossbar. Either would leave the sawhorses less stable. So I would use the screws and remove one or more for folding

        by|May 6, 2023

          A:  Only if you take the cross piece off. That's the piece that connects the two sets of legs. It's designed to be all fastened with screws

          by|May 6, 2023
            caret
            Q:most of my sawhorses are 3 ft or less, will these be sturdy at 4 ft?
            by|Jul 2, 2018
            2 Answers
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            A:  I use them at 8ft and am comfortable putting a couple hundred pounds on them. 4ft would just depend on how much weight you need to put on them.

            by|Oct 9, 2018

              A:  Yes, very secure. I use drywall screws to secure the brackets to 4’ 2X4’s. Then I use 1X2’s midway between the 2X4’s.

              by|May 5, 2023
                caret
                Q:Should I cut the legs with a 15 degree angle?
                by|Dec 29, 2017
                10 Answers
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                A:  Absolutely not.... cut the legs at the formal 90 degree angle because you want to have an inner bite so that the legs will not tend to travel on a hard surface.

                by|May 5, 2023
                  1 found this answer helpful

                  A:  It’s not necessary.

                  by|May 5, 2023
                    1 found this answer helpful

                    A:  Yes I recommend either a 12 or 15 degree cut, see which works for you.

                    by|May 5, 2023
                      1 found this answer helpful

                      A:  The inserted end is made to accommodate a square cut leg. I cut the feet to a 15 degree angle, but I don't think it is important.

                      by|May 5, 2023
                        4 found this answer helpful

                        A:  It’s not necessary

                        by|May 5, 2023
                          2 found this answer helpful

                          A:  That depends on where you're going to use it in my OP. That would help a bit with load distribution on a flat indoor floor and perhaps in avoiding an indentation on an indoor floor due to a heavy load. But I did not bother because I'm using the saw horses for a make-shift outdoor table holding parts off a vehicle as I work on it. As such the ends of the legs rest on soft soil.

                          by|May 5, 2023
                            2 found this answer helpful

                            A:  I didn't.

                            by|May 5, 2023

                              A:  You could but I didn't and they worked just fine with no angle added.

                              by|May 5, 2023
                                1 found this answer helpful

                                A:  The bracket is designed to accept square ends. I left the ends square on the bottom of the legs, too.

                                by|May 6, 2023

                                  A:  You don’t have to but you will have a more stable footprint if you do. The will be ok if you do not. I cut mine plus added a 2x4 on each side of both to make sure they did not wobble

                                  by|May 5, 2023
                                    2 found this answer helpful
                                    caret
                                    Q:Will home depot staff help me cut wood and put it together?
                                    by|Aug 10, 2017
                                    3 Answers
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                                    A:  You wouldn’t want them to. The bottom of the feet need a miter cut to sit flat on the ground. The saws they have in the store will not make miter cuts.

                                    by|Oct 9, 2018

                                      A:  No

                                      by|May 5, 2023

                                        A:  Yes

                                        by|May 4, 2023
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                                          Sawhorse Brackets good for mobile use
                                          These Sawhorse Brackets are useful to prop up archery targets, and are good to carry targets to different events and set up quickly.
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                                          Metal Saw Horse Bracket
                                          I keep grabbing more and more of these, they are very convenient, take a beating, and are easy on the wallet, got a bunch of these to use for stands for our spray booth for painting cabinets and doors. They hold weight well and I don't worry about paint
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                                            They need more screw holes.
                                            It was ok, but it would have been a lot faster to go pick it off the shelf myself. Would use it again if I wasn't in a hurry.
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                                            Very Light Duty
                                            Metal is too thin for supporting a heavy project, but for very light loads, they work fine. Had no assembly problem. Only one screw hole provided to attach to the top rail 2 X 4, and as a result, the legs tended to buckle over when the project position had to be moved. Improving the stability strength required several additional screws for bracing. Cheap and flimsy.
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                                              If you have scraps of 2x4's laying around, this sawhorse bracket is the perfect complement. Neede...
                                              If you have scraps of 2x4's laying around, this sawhorse bracket is the perfect complement. Needed a bunch of sawhorses to complete my workshop and these are very convenient and at a great price. I still have a couple sets laying around that I am sure I will use eventually.
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