|Item Weight||5.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 4.5 x 26 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||BW-2|
|Size||1 sq meter|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- Decking tool for one-person straightening of deck boards
- 24-inch handle closes 2-inch gaps; joins tongue and groove; can push or pull
- Heavy-gauge steel construction
- Custom size or adjustable size grippers available from manufacturer
- 26 by 4-1/2 by 1-1/2-inches; 5-pounds
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Also, the orange paint on the tool left faint orange streaks on the sides of the Ipe deck boards, and the wire clips for the retaining pins pop off much too easily.
Still, I found it to be a valuable tool.
1. This was not a problem for me, but, if your deck is walled in, and your boards are warped at the rim joists, the tool is going to be of marginal (sic) help.
2. The instructions are minimal.
3. The cotter pins have a tendency to pop out. This started as an occasional problem, but it seemed to increase in frequency over time and it seemed most likely to happen when I was working with the trickiest boards. By the time I reached my last few boards, the pins were popping out on 30-40% of my attempts to use the tool. I was working on a roof deck; the entire neighborhood probably heard my cursing. There has to be a way to provide a product that, out of the box, has a more secure fastener for the clevis pins.
I suggest all three of the following remedies to the issue with the cotter pin: (a) The manufacturer should supply a more secure pin. (b) The manufacturer should supply a few extra pins in the parts package. (3) The deck builder should be sure to bring extra pins to the work site.
The minimalist parts components and the above defects did not make me feel that the tool was a great value. On other hand, given the warped boards I was handling, the tool was invaluable. I am not sure how I would have reassembled the deck without the BoWrench.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can see why this tool rates a 4.7 stars. I just finished a 555 sq. ft. deck. If I was using a pry board or bar to straighten out decking, I would still be outside laying boards. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Phil S.
Completely met expectations
Used to install timbertech composite flooring.
With this tool you are able to get the correct spacing on the boards while installing the... Read more
I purchased this to assist with rebuilding a deck. I helped a friend build a deck a few years ago and he had one of these and I loved it! Read morePublished 9 days ago by Brian K. Reid
It works great. Only minor complaint is that plastic caps on ends of tubes fell off.Published 12 days ago by John W. Mark
Highly recommend if you're installing decking. Makes straightening boards much easier.Published 23 days ago by Matt Christen