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Lehigh Group SH38A Adjustable Pro Folding Steel SawhorseLehigh Group SH38A Adjustable Pro Folding Steel Sawhorse Features: 25" to 40" legs adjust for working on uneven surfaces Steel carrying handle 1200 lbs load capacity Extra long 38" frame for greater stability Heavy duty 14 gauge steel in safety yellow Predrilled surface for mounting 2" x 6 " board or any CrawfordÂ® roller assembly Folds flat to 2 1/2" for easy storage
Crawford Adjustable 25-Inch to 34-Inch Tall Folding Steel Sawhorse, Single
purchased as replacement for old-style wood sawhorses but end up using the wood ones over thesePublished 3 months ago by Craig Goris
Actually, there are better models out there that are easier to adjust height.Published 12 months ago by Melissa Van Hevelingen
As previously mentioned this thing is dangerous and very unstable. The spread on the legs is at 29" high is only 13" as opposed to 24" on most other units. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Everett G. Molony
It was a perfect match to the one I already have. Very pleased! Getting used as we speak. Highly recommend this product and Amazon for great customer care!Published 19 months ago by Veronica Laflamme
My only real complaint would be that I wish it was a bit easier to adjust the height. Not that it's difficult, do not mean that. Read morePublished 20 months ago by David
I own several pairs of these, obtained years ago, before Amazon offered them. They have been in constant use, as supports for cutting, painting and storing lumber, and as a... Read morePublished 21 months ago by TervFan
My saw horses seem to be more stable than anything else I have ever used.
After reading so many negative reviews here I am inclined to believe that these sawhorses have... Read more
Using for painting so far. Stable and holds a large quantity of boards with the addition of top mounted boards. Good quality construction,Published on July 31, 2013 by Ed Burnett
These broke on me, I had to kneel on top of them to cut my piece of ply wood. I was on a flat surface and one of the two started to shift sideways causing the one leg to bend... Read morePublished on June 28, 2013 by Tom F.