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#1 posted 02-20-2013 03:56 PM

Or….it’s like a large vise that’s also a sawhorse? I suspect I will find some usefullness in either of those functions, but if not….it was only $30. What I think I will be using it for is with chainsaw carving. With a couple of jigs, I should be able to hold some of my carvings up higher and hopefully not strain my back as much bending over. I’ve seen a carving jig using an old bowling ball as a pivot, clamped in a jawhorse. I never could justify $180, $150, $125, or $80 that I’ve seen these things priced at, for my purposes. But it is a good height for me and I might find some handy ways to use it.

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