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Stanley adjustable sawhorse with no instrutions and can not find out how to adjust the height on them!!

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while sawhorse is folded closed,put foot on bottom crossbar and pull up.make sure both risers point to same number then open sawhorse to lock

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Those are funny little planes - they're wicked handy when you need one. I like mine a LOT.

They ARE coarsely built, not a "fine" tool, but they do a fine job.

Loosen the little screw SLIGHTLY, then either bump the rear of the iron (to extend it more) or the rear of the plane (to extend the iron less) against a piece of softwood (bench, sawhorse, 2x4, hammer handle). When it's where you want it, tighten the little screw again.

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while sawhorse is folded closed,put foot on bottom crossbar and pull up.make sure both risers point to same number then open sawhorse to lock

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