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Customer Reviews for Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair

Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair

Item# 42871
Insert two 2 x 4s into the horizontal slots of this Ironton Steel Log Bracket to form the base and four more into the vertical slots to form the upright corners, and you have a log holder. Cut boards in lengths to suit your log storage needs. Black powder-coated, all-steel construction. Each bracket is 13 3/4in.L x 4 1/4in.W x 5 1/2in.H. Dimensions L x W x H in. 13 3/4 x 4 1/4 x 5 1/2, Material Steel. Form the base by placing two 2 x 4s into horizontal slots Form upright corners by placing four 2 x 4s into vertical slots Cut boards to suit log storage needs Black powder-coated, all-steel construction Each bracket is 13 3/4in. x 4 1/4in.W x 5 1/2in.H.
Average Customer Rating:
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Rating Summary (5 reviews)
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4 of 5(80%)would recommend this product to a friend.
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Customer Reviews for Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair
Review 1 for Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Log Bracket Review

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October 13, 2014
By RAMDAD
from Wilm, DE
"No Problems. They work fine and can be taken apart for storage during warm months."
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Review 2 for Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Temporary wood crib

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September 25, 2014
By Tiger1945
from Mineral, Virginia
"I live in rural Virginia. Snakes are common and are often found around fire wood piles. I have found a couple of copperheads in my woodpile. My grandkids visit, play with snakes and I decided to destroy the nesting place.
These cribs allow me to build temporary cribs at the end of my driveway that I can break down at the end of the season.
The 2X4s fit conveniently loosely so I don't have to fight them to construct the crib. Additionally, I elevated the metal parts by adding 2 - 2x4s on their side. I also extended the length of the crib by putting the same supports under the middles which also hold the 2x4s at the proper width. Now water and air can flow easily underneath for drainage and seasoning the wood.
I am using pressure treated 2x4. In the spring, I can break this all down taking up little space until next fall."
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Review 3 for Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair
Overall Rating:
4 / 5
4 / 5

Great product

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September 19, 2014
By TP47
from Minnesota
"This wood bracket is great for the tough Minnesota winters. The metal is better than plastic and can withstand greater weight from the logs."
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Review 4 for Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair
Overall Rating:
2 / 5
2 / 5

Does not fit standard 2" x 4" lumber

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August 3, 2014
By bg11
from Mass
"I got these brackets hoping to use standard pressure treated lumber. The slots in the brackets are true 2 inch by 4 inch openings. Standard "2 x 4" lumber is actually 3 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inches and the fit is too loose to use. You would have to have a local sawmill custom cut lumber in true 2 inch by 4 inch dimensions to use it with these brackets. Even if you got 2 x 6 lumber at the store and cut it to 4 inches from 5 1/2 inches, it would still be 1/2 inch too thin, and very loose. (I tried it.)
Too bad northern's buyers did not know enough to specify the correct dimensions. Hope they will change to the right size in the future, as these brackets are fine otherwise, and would be useful.
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Review 5 for Ironton Steel Log Bracket - Pair
Overall Rating:
4 / 5
4 / 5

ironton log brackets

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July 9, 2014
By shamm
from new hampshire
"did not know that the pockets were a true 2x4 thought they were made for todays 2x4 lumber. other than that they worked great. much stronger than others i have seen. next year i will use true rough cut 2x4s."
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