Discounted: Shop Fox D2659 28-Inch Deep Workbench Leg


Shop Fox D2659 28-Inch Deep Workbench Leg

Shop Fox D2659 28-Inch Deep Workbench Leg
SHOP FOX(R) adjustable legs are amongst the heaviest duty legs on the market today. They are make of 2″ x 2″ x 1/8″ angle iron and plate steel and can be bolted to the floor. Capacity per leg is 2000 lbs!

  • 2000-Pounds per leg
  • 28-Inch wide
  • Adjusts from 30-Inch to 36-Inch tall

List Price: $ 49.95

Price: $ 59.35

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Question by morganyork97: Is renting better than buying a house?
I would try to have a woodworking shop and a art studio in the garage area.

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Answer by Tanong ko Sagot mo
Maybe I would suggest that you buy your own house.

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4 Responses to “Discounted: Shop Fox D2659 28-Inch Deep Workbench Leg”

  1. Robert L. Conklin
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Heavy Duty with One Design Concern, January 25, 2010
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    Robert L. Conklin (Warren, Michigan) –
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    This review is from: Shop Fox D2659 28-Inch Deep Workbench Leg (Tools & Home Improvement)

    These Workbench Legs are heavy-duty, but there is a spot weld missing at the top of the feet. I called Shop Fox Customer Service, and they said that’s the way they come from Taiwan. Also, the adjustment holes on the legs only line up with the feet pointed sideways. This is okay if you are bolting the leg to the floor, but if you are using stem casters for mobility, the projections get in the way.

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  2. Julian Johannesen
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Shop Fox Adjustable Height Legs, March 12, 2007
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    Julian Johannesen (Somerville, MA USA) –
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    This review is from: Shop Fox D2659 28-Inch Deep Workbench Leg (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Great legs for a decent price. They need to be secured pretty firmly, so build that into your design.

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  3. A

    There are pros and cons for each. When you are just renting, any maintenance issues that aren’t a direct result of you doing something wrong, are covered by the landlord. So if the roof goes, if there’s storm damage, water heater needs replacing, that’s all the job of the landlord. If you buy, you are the one who has to pay, or have the insurance to cover payment (depending on the issue). With a workshop and art studio being in your plan, you may find yourself limited to what the landlord will allow, although I can’t see why they wouldn’t allow those things in a garage..

    Ultimately, if you can afford to buy, and make enough to save for the occasional repair, you are better off buying (especially in this market). Then each bit you pay is a bit you own, and a but you can make back if you need to sell. If you never sell, you will eventually pay it off and have no more payments… with rent, it’s forever, and the only one building equity, or deciding to sell out from under you, or raising you rent, is your landlord.

  4. Larbacmc

    If you can afford to buy your better off buying
    instead of making a landlord rich then end up
    in low income housing in your old age.
    You should get a lawyer to help you.

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