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    Post TOUGHBUILT Folding Sawhorse Review

    C550 & C700 Testing

    The Toughbuilt sawhorses are constructed of steel and have a pretty stout weight capacity. These sawhorses have a folding system that allows them to be compact and fairly fast to fold and unfold for use. Both models that we looked at have a 2 x 4 or 4 x 4 material support […]

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    Nice demo!
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    I think that's what I am looking for to have in a small shop.

    A quote from my late grandfather, "I better go do something, even if it is wrong."

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    I have the C700's set up making a table in my shop now. I am thinking of putting my tractor bucket on the C550's for storage.
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    lol...awesome review guys...sure sold me on them. I want about 4 or 6 of em please

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    Thanks for the review. SO.... does this mean you would favor these or the plastic Stanley ones as an everyday use?
    Fav feature is being able to cut plywood standing up....


 

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