Model # TB-C550

Internet #205068379

TOUGHBUILT 41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse
0815029010028

TOUGHBUILT

41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse

  • 1,100 lb. capacity alone and 2,200 lb. per pair
  • Includes easy carry handle
  • Fast-open mechanism leads to simple set-up
$ 38 56 /each
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Product Overview

  • 1,100 lb. capacity alone and 2,200 lb. per pair
  • Includes easy carry handle
  • Fast-open mechanism leads to simple set-up
The TOUGHBUILT C550 Sawhorse and Jobsite Table are durable, rugged and offer unparalleled value. Constructed of 100% high-grade steel, this sawhorse has a remarkable 1100 lb. capacity alone and 2200 lb. per pair. Also includes innovative material support pegs that allow for safe and easy cutting of materials. With a fast-open mechanism, setup is straightforward and simple. Powder-coated and zinc-plated steel prevents corrosion and withstands rigorous environments. This folding sawhorse includes an easy carry handle for effortless transport and rolled edges for safety and comfort.
  • 2x4 support arms that create jobsite table
  • All steel construction
  • Material support pegs
  • Compact size
  • C550 is replacing the C470
  • Easy carry handle
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • 1,100 lb. capacity alone and 2,200 lb. per pair
  • Includes easy carry handle
  • Fast-open mechanism leads to simple set-up
Model #: TB-C550
Internet #: 205068379

The TOUGHBUILT C550 Sawhorse and Jobsite Table are durable, rugged and offer unparalleled value. Constructed of 100% high-grade steel, this sawhorse has a remarkable 1100 lb. capacity alone and 2200 lb. per pair. Also includes innovative material support pegs that allow for safe and easy cutting of materials. With a fast-open mechanism, setup is straightforward and simple. Powder-coated and zinc-plated steel prevents corrosion and withstands rigorous environments. This folding sawhorse includes an easy carry handle for effortless transport and rolled edges for safety and comfort.

  • 2x4 support arms that create jobsite table
  • All steel construction
  • Material support pegs
  • Compact size
  • C550 is replacing the C470
  • Easy carry handle
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Name 42.4 in. W x 28.8 in. H Steel Sawhorse and Jobsite Table – 1100 lb. Capacity 41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse 42.4 in. W Adjustable Height (24.5-31.7 in.) Steel Sawhorse and Jobsite Table – 1300 lb. Capacity Adjustable Height (25-32 in.) and Width (39.9-45.9 in.) Steel Sawhorse and Jobsite Table – 1300 lb. Capacity
Brand TOUGHBUILT TOUGHBUILT TOUGHBUILT TOUGHBUILT
Ratings (333) (2) (5) (289)
Adjustable No No Yes Yes
Weight Capacity (lb.) 1100 1100.000 1300 lb 1300.000
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22.5
Product Height (in.)
29.5
Product Width (in.)
46.75

Details

Adjustable
No
Hand Tool Type
Sawhorse
Material
Steel
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Weight Capacity (lb.)
1100.000

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Life Time

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22.5
Product Height (in.)
29.5
Product Width (in.)
46.75

Details

Adjustable
No
Hand Tool Type
Sawhorse
Material
Steel
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Weight Capacity (lb.)
1100.000

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Life Time

Questions & Answers

Do you buy just one or is having 2 better?

Asked by: Nonni
You have to buy two. Having only one sawhorse is not very useful.
Answered by: AGar
Date published: 2018-03-01

Will this scrape up delicate pieces (i.e. molding)?

Will this scrape up delicate pieces (i.e. molding)?
Asked by: KAdams
I haven't seen the construction, but I always cover horses with an old towel whenever I'm working on finish work. Provides a non-slip surface and protects the workpiece. Just be sure you don't get the towel caught in your saw!
Answered by: RLT
Date published: 2017-05-03

How does this sawhorse fold up? or does it? Can these be bought in the Home Depot Store or do yo...

How does this sawhorse fold up? or does it? Can these be bought in the Home Depot Store or do you have to order on line?
Asked by: Gail
Gail, I just purchased a pair and set them up. To open each unit, you press on a polished button near send bolts on the affected side. This allows you to pull one pair of legs out of the top, and in turn pull them apart and push the folding strap to lock that pair. The feet swivel back and forth (not around), and self adjust. Then you do the same thing for the other side - and you're set. To pack it up, i would put it on it's back, release the bracing strap by pushing it up, first fold that pair of legs together, and then push them into the top. Repeat. Very, very easy. Very, very stable - for example, they won't willy nilly fall out while you are moving them around!
Answered by: GermanMicroWorkshop
Date published: 2018-10-30

Can you clamp to the top bar? Is it sturdy enough?

Can you clamp to the top bar? Is it sturdy enough?
Asked by: DrBob
Multiple ways to answer. Side to side, yes as both surfaces are sturdy - though a lot of force would push the metal sides in. Top to bottom, the answer would be a yes, as long as the bottom of the clamp either touched both sides at the bottom as a traditional wooden woodworker's clamp could do with a wide enough throat. With something like IRWIN Quick Clamps, to some degree you could as long as an angle wasn't created which would push or pull out the metal side wall. I saw these for the first time tonight - keep that in mind - but the idea is to either put a pair of 2x4, 2x6, 2x8 and so on in the slots on either end and clamp to those - or better yet lay a sheet of plywood or MDF over the top, screw it into the said timbers and clamp your heart away. But you could do a lot of variants of these ideas. In my case I'm going to engineer a steel top on something as thin and strong as possible like engineered plywood, and have it cross braced. This may or may-not be glued, screwed or bolted to a 2x?. Hope that is helpful.
Answered by: GermanMicroWorkshop
Date published: 2018-10-30
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Customer Reviews

41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not worth the money. Assuming they come in a pair. They don't at 80.00$ a piece. Opened the legs not easy, and incredibly short. I have used dozens of work horses, this maybe the most useless strong bar's with legs.
Date published: 2018-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've been in and around shops since I was about six - right at 50 years! - and one of the first t... I've been in and around shops since I was about six - right at 50 years! - and one of the first things my grandfather taught me was how to build a sawhorse. His method was all 2x4 construction. Later, my Dad taught me the better design that adds a bit of plywood - and I used those forever. When career ate my time, and two moves took my shop away, I went to a couple different brands of those plastic folding sawhorses. The bend unpredictably, and they get considerably weaker over time as the plastic ages. So I've been looking. These are skookum! So self contained they don't even sell with a box, but indeed have a hidden carrying handle they are very solid quality steel and well designed. While not as light as plastic, they weigh less than the 2x4 versions and are so much more sturdy. I especially like the rough traction areas on the top to hold a worktop, plywood, or any material from sliding. And with the end-slots for timber, if you worked with pipes or conduit for example and didn't have a tabletop, you could put a 2x6 on each side and your material would never fall off. Best design I've ever seen. This is one product you can buy without hesitation. And yes, buy at least a pair (they come as one).
Date published: 2018-10-30
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