2 Set Yost Tools F112 12" FClamp
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- Medium duty f-clamp
- 2.5 inch
- Powder coat finish
- 3 plate clutch system for easy adjustments
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Yost f-clamps provide excellent quality with affordable pricing. The clutch style f-clamps are easy to adjust and can be used for a wide range of woodworking & DIY projects. The ergonomic main handle is perfect for locking parts in place. The two piece clutch mechanism allows you to quickly adjust the clamp to the right opening. 2.5” throat depth and 600 lbs clamping force.
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My first test of them was to clamp, glue and screw 2x4's together for an overhead lumber rack. I had no problem whatsoever drawing the boards together as I needed them with these clamps.
I did find one flaw, though. The pads looked like they might come off. Like every other bar clamp I've owned in the past 50 years. But, being an EXPERT I happen to have glue in my shop. So I glued them into place before they fell off and I lost them. Oh my, that was tragic.
Five stars for excellent clamps at a great price!
By Jose Figueroa on November 30, 2018
They are certainly not as sturdy as my Bessey clamps. Testing them you could see a very noticeable cup in the steel bar. But the stippling on the back is better than most Chinese budget clamps and their duty-rating was at least as good as some of my Jorgensen F-clamps and most definitely good enough for the job.
I'd skip the HF clamps, theyre pretty lightweight, and go with theses. On a full 24in piece they don't provide the same strength as the Bessey, but it is wood and good is good enough. Especially when you don't have the budget for dozens of parallel clamps.
These have worked well on the projects I have used them on, including a black walnut desktop for my wife. Using 1"x6" boards for the top, the clamps worked extremely well in keeping everything together/square while drying which meant minimal need from me to adjust anything later on.
One issue I did have and it was only with 2 of the 16 clamps I purchased. With the handle there is a small retaining washer that keeps the screw handle in place when backed all the way down. On the 2 clamps that washer was either missing when I received them or fell off before I used them. The first time I screwed the handles all the way down, the whole handle came off. It was an easy fix and both are again fully operational, so not a problem in the long run but it is something I feel shouldn't have been a problem with which to begin.
The lower "jaw" slides (just press the tab in, and push), and the height of the jaw adjusts via a traditional-style screw. There's small rubberized pads on each side of the jaw to avoid damaging whatever you're clamping.
Those pads are my only quibble-- the upper one comes off too easily, and is likely to go missing.
I did notice people complaining the pads are too small, the jaws are too shallow, etc-- I suspect if folks need professional design clamps, or ones designed to apply greater amounts of pressure across larger areas, they'll have to pay for that.
I, for one, appreciate a well-made, inexpensive clamp. For my sporadic use, I wouldn't want to pay any more-- and I'm happy there's a decent clamp in this pricing. Recommended.