Wouldn’t it be nice if all the boards in the next load of pressure treated lumber were nice and straight?
How about 50% of them? If the lumber you use isn't straight, you need a BoWrench deck clamp - the easiest and fastest way to straighten an onery board I have ever seen. To use it, just place one end of the BoWrench over a joist, snug the clamp against the board to be moved, and pull the handle. The unique clamping action holds the board in position so that you can use both hands to screw it down. Measures about 24" long, suitable for use on all 2x (1-1/2") or smaller joists. Use the optional adjustable gripper when working with joists up to 6-1/2" thick. Tongue and groove blocks protect the edges of T&G flooring and plywood. Made in the USA.
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Product no good if deck has double joist
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Comments about Cepco BoWrench Deck Clamp:
If you live in an area where the outer perimeter has to be doubled this product as is will not work because it will not fit over a double joist. You do not need a tool to fix the middle, its at the end where you need it the most. Service from Cepco was very poor.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Very handy tool
from Seneca, SC
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Much easier to use than a 2x4 and jack
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Did exactly what it said it would do.
from Bull Valley, IL
We used it to put trex decking down with hidden fasteners and it did a great job of snugging it up to the clips!
nice and tight
By abdul the trader
from st. louis, mo
works very well on those slightly warped boards to bring them back into line until you can fasten. sometimes takes a bit of wiggling until you can remove from joist but minor inconvenience.
from Hattiesburg, MS
Was able to put down a 20x18 deck over water by myself. Could not have done it without this tool. Worth the money, for sure.