At $39 each, DeWalt’s DWST11155 folding sawhorses aren’t the cheapest on the market. But, as Tools of the Trade contributing editor David Frane explains in this video review, they come with well-designed features. For one, the horses are extremely portable. When collapsed, legs lock into place, and a pair of sawhorses can be clipped together and carried in tandem. Although light in weight, a pair of sawhorses will support 2,000 pounds. A recess on each end of the sawhorse accepts a 2x4 for supporting large sheets of material, and the square rail design allows the use of clamps across much of the length of the sawhorse.
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