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Dale Hodgins
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These saw horses were found in a house slated for demolition. They appear to be fairly old. They belong to a friend who was removing salvage from that house.

I hope the photos are self-explanatory. I may never see these again. A metal pin is removed and then reinstalled,  to allow the rail to move up or down.
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Roy Hinkley
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The first thing I thought was "if the bottom of the verticals were joined you could step on the connector and use the top bar as a clamp"
 
Dale Hodgins
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I often use the back of my truck as a sawhorse. This requires some thought when loading the truck. I picked up this load of material with the sawhorse in mind. It was used to close in the end of a building that I had cut off.
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I agree. Here's the link: http://stoves2.com
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