Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB)

Item no: 22134 | 045081003007
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  • Product Type: Sawhorse Brackets
  • Assembled Height: 2 in.
  • Weight Capacity: 400 lb.
  • Assembled Depth: 2 in.
  • Number in Package: 1 pair
  • Color Family: Black
  • Assembled Width: 4 in.
  • Uses dressed or common 2 x 4" lumber


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Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB)
 
4.3

(based on 6 reviews)

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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to assemble (4)
  • Durable (3)

Cons

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Best Uses

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I've owned several pair of similar brackets some 25/30 yrs.+

By Kountry LaCoste Stroud

from H.G.M. in SC

About Me Budget Shopper

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Assemble

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Outdoors

    Comments about Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB):

    I've just read several comments from some of THE MOST OVER EDUCATED 'Wanna-be' handymen that ever looked at a sawhorse!
    Some of the comments are a total
    embarrassment to the MOST NOVICE male that ever lived!
    The only 4 items needed in order to cut the legs the correct angles and the desired length will be as follows:
    a. 1 No. 2 lead pencil/marker;
    b. a tool to cut the marked legs;
    c. a ruler; tape; yard stick; etc.;
    d. a method to determine a level line;
    **Then just a small amount of
    SIMPLE COMMON SENSE!
    Now insert one end of the 2X4
    legs into the brackets socket - if other than a square end ifs required; then simply mark, and cut as required = 4 legs the SAME LENGTH = slightly longer than will be needed to obtain the desired FINISHED height!
    Insert the 4 legs; then attach to the
    top/cross piece! Then set the
    assembled unit on a level surface!
    Next; place a 4' level up against the legs (near the bottom) then measure
    (THE DESIRED HEIGHT) from the top of the cross piece to the top of the {leveled} level = mark each of the legs at the top of the level, then cut the 4 legs at the angle of THE MARK! CASE CLOSED!!
    So simple; THANK!
    Kountry LaCoste Stroud

    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    HOLY POOP

    By hal

    from Jax, Fl.

    Pros

    • Easy To Assemble

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB):

        HOLY POOP!!! They are brackets for Saw Horses! I'm not going to lay in bed at night worrying how to put them together! And I'm a retired old guy.

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Easy!

        By Jim

        from Dallas, TX

        About Me Midrange Shopper

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Assemble

        Cons

        • none

        Best Uses

        • Garage

        Comments about Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB):

        I appreciate the geometry lesson, however I cut four legs at 40 inches, set them up, measured my desired height, and trimmed the legs. Voilà :) My father (a mechanical engineer) would have shown me the geometry first then the method I used second. They're just sawhorses right? Lol no instructions...

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        4.0

        measurement answers

        By I♡Math

        from Oklahoma

        About Me Midrange Shopper

        Pros

        • Easy To Assemble

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Any Fairly Ievel Surface

          Comments about Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB):

          I only assembled one and ensured it feels sturdy so I cant't comment on long-term durability but so far I like them a lot.

          Regarding measurements:

          JTones' comment above is nearly perfect. But he/she may not realize that when the leg slides in place in the bracket it does not go all the way to the top. My memory is that there are 2.75" from the end of the inserted leg (2×4) and the top of the bracket. Please measure for yourself though and do not rely on my memory.

          The point is after you calculate the leg length using the formula JTones provided you have to subtract the measured distance from the inserted leg (2×4) to the top of the bracket or the leg will be too long.

          Use JTones' formula to calculate the variable l: l = h / cos (a/2)
          Then let d be the measured distance discussed above (which I think is 2.75") and the actual leg length can be L.

          Use the formula below to find the correct length to cut the 2×4s for the legs.

          L = l - d or if my memory serves me well and 2.75" is the correct measurement then
          L = l - 2.75"

          Finally the angle at which to cut the bottom of the leg is found by knowing that a sawhorse is an isoceles triangle thus the measure of the 2 base angles are equal and of course that all three angles of a triangle add to 180°.

          From JTones' comment the variable a represents the angle of the brackets, or also said the angle at which the legs come together. Then b can represent the base angle of the sawhorse or more specifically the angle at which the legs must be cut to be level on the ground.

          You then get

          a + 2b = 180° therefore: b = (180° - a) ÷ 2

          Using JTones example, if the legs meet at a 45° angle then

          b = (180° - 45°) ÷ 2
          b = 135° ÷ 2
          b = 67.5°

          I hope this helps!

          (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Leg Length

          By JTones

          from Chicago, IL

          About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

          Verified Reviewer

          Comments about Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB):

          To the comment from Graham about the leg length.

          The length of the legs depends on the angle of the brackets. If the legs come together at a 45 degree angle, then the legs should be about 33.5". If they come together at a 30 degree angle, the legs should be about 32". You can use this formula when you find the angle (try a protractor) and know the desired length:

          l = h / cos(a / 2)

          Where
          l is the leg length in inches
          h is the desired height in inches
          a is the angle at which the legs come together

          l = 31 / cos(45 / 2)
          l = 33.5"

          With 33.5" long legs and a height of 31", the Pythagorean theorem says that the distance between the bottom of the legs will be about 25.4".

          Fulton does not indicate what angle to cut the bottom on the legs, so I am unable to determine the angle of the bracket. I wish I could actually verify this measurement with the product, but I hope this is helpful anyway.

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          • Personal

          (3 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          One small addition and it is perfect

          By Graham

          from Xenia, IL

          About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Durable
          • Lightweight
          • Versatile

          Cons

          • Difficult To Use

          Best Uses

          • At Home
          • In The Yard

          Comments about Fulton® Sawhorse Brackets (300SHB):

          These products are very good BUT ther is no assistance on measurement. I wanted the horse to be 31"
          high. How long do I cut the 2 X 4's for the legs? No Information on the packaging. I called Fulton Corporation.
          I was told that information does not exist?!? Surely some college graduate can figure out a table and print it on the package. Happy with the product,dissappointed with Fulton Corporation and suprised that Ace would tolerate this. Incidentally, my Ace Store is in Salem, Illinois and a credit to you.

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          • Personal

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