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Review by Bigplanz on May 2nd, 2016   See Item
Theoretically, they are foldable. Not really in practice though. Very sturdy, hold a great deal of weight. I have them more or less permanently located in the garage with a big work table on them (made of thick plywood). I had to glue on the feet and glue the wood tops together when they started separating (delaminating) a couple of years ago. Not a big deal, though. I have had these for at least 8 years and have no complaints.
Review by Goomer on April 27th, 2016   See Item
The first of these was purchased to replace one that someone (like me!) forgot to crank up when they started to move the trailer. This was a fraction of the price of the original and they appeared and felt to be identical. A good replacement.

The second one was to replace one of those 1000 Lb. Swing-Back Trailer Jack - 41005 jacks. I couldn't move the Harbor freight trailer without the jack tweaking and twisting the trailer tongue metal. I modified the trailer and added a steel plate to accept this. Vastly stronger, the jack is now centered on the tongue.

The only downside is there seems to be little to nothing for a seal at the top of the jack. I haven't taken it apart, but it needs oil annually.


Review by Goomer on April 27th, 2016   See Item
It isn't so much the fault of the jack, but the type of trailer it probably will get mounted on. There is a lot of leverage from the wheel on the jack to the trailer mounting point. A trailer that would take one of these is probably made out of formed sheet metal, not structural steel. Any lateral movement, like trying to turn the end of the trailer will starting twisting the steel the jack clamps onto and start the collapse of the jack. Better than no jack, but not by much.
Review by Bigplanz on April 27th, 2016   See Item
They are fine for finishing up when cutting a 6x6 landscape timber with a circular saw. The CS won't make it all the way through, even when cutting all four sides of the 6x6, This blade gets in there deep enough to cut the last square inch of so in the middle of the timber. I wouldn't want to cut all the way through the 6x6 with it though. It would be a long time and result in a pretty jagged, uneven cut.

These are cheap too. For my needs, five are probably all I will ever need. Less that $10 with a coupon.
Review by MARTY on April 26th, 2016   See Item
VERY STURDY CABINET. WILL FIT IN MY MAN-KITCHEN PERFECTLY. I HAVE PLENTY OF TOOL STORAGE ALLREADY. THIS UNIT IS MORE RUGGED THAN WHAT THE OTHER VENDERS OFFER. COMMERCIAL GRADE AT DIY PRICE.

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