Ironton Adjustable Steel Sawhorse - 330-Lb. Capacity
Very Good product-Weak Instructions
This is a very good fixture. Agree with the other raters that the instructions are substandard. However, the blown-up picture in the internet listing clearly shows the assembly method. One change I made before assembling is to pound flat the lower end of each cross brace. I then bolted each cross brace under the horizontal channel (rather than just bolting one piece of metal channel on top of the other). The holes all lined up perfectly. Will the fixture hold 300+ lbs.? No. But I can't lift that much anyway. It will hold securely any log I am likely to cut with a chain saw.
August 24, 2014
I have a wood stove and use alot of firewood. This portable sawhorse is very practical for handling the smaller diameter and long pieces. You can put several smaller pieces together and the teeth will hold it in place as you cut the pieces into the desired length. It helps on the back by not having to lean over as you cut and reduces hitting the ground with your chain saw when you cut.
August 13, 2014
I assembled my sawhorse this afternoon. It was very difficult to assemble. I was unable to line all the braces. I had to drill my own hole on the middle brace. I found the diagram impossible to read. Instead I relied on the pic on the box for assembly. It's supposed to hold a 330 LB log. In it's present state it wouldn't hold a 10 LB log. I will have to add extra bracing at the top on both sides to properly strengthen this sawhorse before I can use it.
July 16, 2014
Sawhorse for Logs
The product seemed very durable but the directions in the manual lacked any type of good direction and small print photos. The side braces holes did not align with what was pictured and either way the braces were put on the horses did not stand up straight. Very poor design for crossbraces and bolts should be described better in manual with parts list exploded view. Will return if remedy or better instructions accompanied with complaint.
June 21, 2014