Review: Shop Fox D2660 34-Inch Deep Workbench Leg

Shop Fox D2660 34-Inch Deep Workbench Leg

Shop Fox D2660 34-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 leg34-Inch wideAdjusts from 30-Inch to 36-Inch tall

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

List Price: $ 52.26

Price: $ 62.79

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Joe Hurst-Wajszczuk, Senior Editor for Woodcraft Magazine converts his 20′ x 20′ attached garage in the October/November 2011 Issue #43 of Woodcraft Magazine…

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17 Responses to “Review: Shop Fox D2660 34-Inch Deep Workbench Leg”

  1. Eric Clark
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lots of potential, April 18, 2014
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    This review is from: Shop Fox D2660 34-Inch Deep Workbench Leg (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I bought this to create my own workbench and while I probably am going to make my own modifications, it appears to be quite sturdy (stock). While its very simply constructed and I could build this on my own, it was more convenient for me to just buy this instead and then use as is or easily modify it if necessary. I’d recommend it to anyone looking for a sturdy base for a workbench.

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  2. balisticsquirel

    Contradiction after contradiction.

  3. Philippe Strapko

    awkward.

  4. MisterSoul99

    As you can see in my vids, my shop could do with a make-over, to be honest,
    I’m not that crazy over this one.

  5. mikek636

    Where do I go to get plans for that miter saw workstation??? It’s awesome I
    like that bosch miter saw!!

  6. woodcraftmarketing

    @marioaleal Get the plans for the entire shop makeover, including the miter
    station/lumber rack station inside this month’s Issue #43 of the Woodcraft
    Magazine.

  7. momwajszczuk5t

    Sawdust outside is better than in basement. Great workshop.

  8. woodcraftmarketing

    The entire how-to build on the miter-saw, lumber rack station is in this
    months Oct/Nov issue #43 of Woodcraft Magazine on page 58 thru 67. Comes
    complete with the buying guide, cut list, and tips & tricks. Pick one up at
    your favorite newsstand, Woodcraft store, on local Home Depot.

  9. Denton Markwalter

    I have a problem with storing my plywood. It seems to warp and get in the
    way almost every time. And suggestions?

  10. shea murray

    its to bad the electrician didn’t do things to code in your garage. eg
    proper support for the 1/2″ conduit.

  11. Jay2525Jay

    Great Shop, can’t wait for parts 2,3, and 4. Thak You

  12. woodcraftmarketing

    @mikek636 This month’s Issue #43 – Oct/Nov. Issue has those plans.

  13. tigertruckerman

    great video you rock,i am new to woodworkin so gathering ideas thanks

  14. thylordsatan666

    be real with us all how much did you pay to get your shop looking like that

  15. RestoreITdontJunkIT

    great job n good video. =)

  16. elboom20

    Where do you get those shelves or what the guy calls “cubbyholes” (5:20
    into the video)?

  17. Philippe Strapko

    they probably made them

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