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Simple Extreme Heavy Duty Workbench - (BUILT WITH POST-RACK BRACKETS) Episode #4

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Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more. Thanks for watching!!! Now available on EBAY: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_id=114&ipn=icep&toolid=20004&campid=5338223000&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fusr%2Fscott-systems%3F_trksid%3Dp2047675.l2559 Installing the supports between the brackets and workbench top. Thanks to Bill, Kim, Elliott and David from Scott-Systems for their help! This series will provide a look at the process to build a simple and extremely heavy duty workbench for our pole shed. Bracket info for Scott Systems Post Rack: http://post-rack.com/post-rack-bracket/ (GET A 10% DISCOUNT - ENTER COUPON CODE BIGHOUSE) You can also check them out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeAreScottSystems
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BigJim57 (1 year ago)
why did u cut the 2 inches off?? u could of left 1 inch stick over on each end--maybe-:)
Hey +BigJim57, thanks for watching! The bracket is designed so that the 2x4 supports and 2x12 top fit down in or between the two edges of the bracket so we needed to cut them to size. If I want to put an additional top on the 2x12's I could let it hang over now as the top of the bracket is now level with the top of the 2x12's. Thanks again for watching!!!
Liam McCloskey (1 year ago)
That banjo music though!
mi2tn (1 year ago)
Very nice. Should hold whatever you want on it..
awesome work Dan! thank you!

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