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Going to try these for a table I built, will report back.
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i literally just bought some for $12 yesterday on Amazon. This doesn't seem like a good deal to me.
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i literally just bought some for $12 yesterday on Amazon. This doesn't seem like a good deal to me.
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Going to try these for a table I built, will report back.
I have them on a 2'x6' work bench that holds a good amount of tools and it rolls with ease. I also have the set on a heavy wood cabinet that I mounted my table saw to. Very happy
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I have them on a 6x2 work bench that holds a good amount of tools and it rolls with ease. I also have the set on a heavy wood cabinet that I mounted my table saw to. Very happy
How did u make that work? The slots are 1.375 apart and the width of 2x6 would be 1.5. Doesn't seem like it would work
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I have my pottery wheel on a cheap furniture mover that is always binding up. Going to try this out & see if it helps out. If so might put on my kiln.
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Anyone know if these would work outdoors?
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How did u make that work? The slots are 1.375 apart and the width of 2x6 would be 1.5. Doesn't seem like it would work
I'm guessing he meant 2x6 feet not inches.
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How did u make that work? The slots are 1.375 apart and the width of 2x6 would be 1.5. Doesn't seem like it would work
I think he means his work bench is 6 feet wide by 2 feet deep.
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Anyone know if these would work outdoors?
I would imagine that they would rust up on you after a year or two outdoors. You could prevent that by keeping the bearings greased.

Note that these are not actually "heavy-duty." 600 pounds max per 4 casters is not much when it comes to workbenches, woodworking tools, etc.They'd be fine for a little cart, coffee table, etc though.
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I would imagine that they would rust up on you after a year or two outdoors. You could prevent that by keeping the bearings greased.

Note that these are not actually "heavy-duty." 600 pounds max per 4 casters is not much when it comes to workbenches, woodworking tools, etc.They'd be fine for a little cart, coffee table, etc though.
Thanks, I was looking to use with a raised bed, so the weight would be okay, but the rust could be a problem
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The code also works for the 3" (and 4", I think).
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I would imagine that they would rust up on you after a year or two outdoors. You could prevent that by keeping the bearings greased.

Note that these are not actually "heavy-duty." 600 pounds max per 4 casters is not much when it comes to workbenches, woodworking tools, etc.They'd be fine for a little cart, coffee table, etc though.
Perfect for my weight plate project storage box at 260 pounds. I can confirm the code works for other sizes
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I've got these exact casters on my miter saw station, a portable dumbbell rack for my home gym, a portable box jump and battle rope station I built, and had 10 more between my old work table and table saw table. They have been great over the two years that I've been using them EXCEPT for one. I designed my old work table to be able to attach and detach from a separate cart with my old table saw. The work table was pretty heavy which is why I used 6 casters around it. Even just moving it around the garage on occasion, one of them started leaking it's ball bearings until it could no longer work.
The box jump platform has been rolled out across the rough asphalt of my driveway countless times and the casters show no signs of damage.
As far as I'm concerned, these are great casters and have held up extremely well. If you don't overload them like I did, you should have little issue using them regularly.
I highly recommend this style for home shop tables since all of them can be locked in place instead of just two out of the four like a lot of caster packs come.
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