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Jawhorse...?

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Anyone have one, or been thinking about it?

It looks like something I could really use, but I'm skeptical about TV stuff.

Any input would be great. Thanks!

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I have one and love it. I use it as a saw table using a sheet of plywood. It's also very nice to be able to clamp large and odd sized stuff to work on. A friend of mine has one and did a little test. He drove 6" long nails into a very hard 2X8 just by the clamp force. Very impressive!

It folds up easily and travels well. They only thing I wish they'd have done is just make the base model able to handle a full 4'. Also, there are plastic parts contrary to their ad, but I don't think they'll break. I have lost a leg plastic end cap, but it doesn't really affect it.

If you have the money, it's well worth it.

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Thanks for the input.

I'm thinking that it would be used as a base for the miter saw and other tools, as well as all the projects I do, especially when I'm working alone.

Seems like it would be good for all types of projects. I hate using two sawhorses and, working on a gravel driveway most of the time, can never get them on even footing.

Thanks again. Anyone else, please feel free to add to this.

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The way I look at it, a decent saw stand is going to run you about as much as the Jaw Horse, and it's only good for one thing.

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Good to know, I have been thinkin about one of them also, did not know that Menards had them.

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