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Work benches

  • November 15, 2014

Karinvirgil
Karinvirgil
Karinvirgil
Karinvirgil

We own two homes. Live in one and rent out the other. Both homes needed decent work such as replacing rotted exterior wood, fixing rotted floor boards, etc. I have used my Ryobi drill, drill bits and circular saw for years fixing up these two homes. The tools have always been up to the task and have never failed me. The other day I had plenty of left over wood and decided to build up some much needed work benches for my two car garage. Out came the Ryobi tools and in went the work benches. Plenty of cutting and drilling power. The circular saw cut through the OSB and plywood just as quick as when I bought it three years ago (I still use the original blade!) and the 4yr old drill sunk the 3" deck screws through dual 2x4s without fail. They are truly "all go, no quit".

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      • Difficulty: Intermediate
        Categories: Garage
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      • 2X4, 7/16 OSC, 1/4 PLYWOOD, 3" DECK SCREWS, WOOD GLUE.

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Work benches

by Karinvirgil
Nov 15, 2014

We own two homes. Live in one and rent out the other. Both homes needed decent work such as replacing rotted exterior wood, fixing rotted floor boards, etc. I have used my Ryobi drill, drill bits and circular saw for years fixing up these two homes. The tools have always been up to the task and have never failed me. The other day I had plenty of left over wood and decided to build up some much needed work benches for my two car garage. Out came the Ryobi tools and in went the work benches. Plenty of cutting and drilling power. The circular saw cut through the OSB and plywood just as quick as when I bought it three years ago (I still use the original blade!) and the 4yr old drill sunk the 3" deck screws through dual 2x4s without fail. They are truly "all go, no quit".