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3 in Polyurethane Swivel Caster with Brake

$7.97 /each
  • Constructed for superior performance with heavy loads
  • Designed to be resistant to cutting and abrasive wear
  • Use on any flat surface, commercial or residential

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3 in. Polyurethane caster resists grease, oil, cutting, chunking, and other abrasive wear. It can be used on virtually any area from factories to garages and more. Polyurethane casters provide a high load rating for superior performance and durability.

  • Superior to standard rubber in its resistance to grease, oil, cutting, chunking, and abrasive wear
  • Can be used on almost any dry factory floor or in garages where chemicals may be present
  • Polyurethane casters provide a high load rating for superior performance and durability
  • Weight rating for single caster: 175 lbs.

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does the brake on this caster lock both the wheel and the swivel

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June 13, 2016
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Just picked up four of these from my local Home Depot. Used them on my miter saw cabinet and ,yes, they are double locking. Going to convert my other rolling cabinets over to these casters. Good quality and great deal at $7.97 each.
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April 11, 2016
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I just bought 4 today. It locks the wheel and caster.
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No the Brake simply Locks the wheel only
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It only locks the wheel.
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November 7, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with Everbilt. Yes; the brake on this caster does lock both the wheel and swivel.
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Yep. When you lock them down, they neither roll nor swivel. If you put them on four corners of a heavy cabinet, like a rolling kitchen island, or a tool stand, the cabinet is pretty darn close to stationary.
I have them on my planer, jointer, and miter saw cabinets and they are essentially stationary tools when all four casters are locked down.
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Does this resist corrosion? Suitable for outdoor use?

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If not, what casters are? Thanks.
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July 6, 2016
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I use these casters outside 24/7/365. After one to two years you may find a bit of rust on the brake. The frame of the caster should still look fresh (unless you are in a seashore environment). An occasional drop of oil in the ball bearing race should keep movement easy.
But also note, casters that are intrinsically protected from weather by the cart they support will be in better shape after two Read More
I use these casters outside 24/7/365. After one to two years you may find a bit of rust on the brake. The frame of the caster should still look fresh (unless you are in a seashore environment). An occasional drop of oil in the ball bearing race should keep movement easy.
But also note, casters that are intrinsically protected from weather by the cart they support will be in better shape after two years than casters that have virtually no protection from rain. I prefer at least 1.5 inches of overhang to the wheel pivot point to give the wheels and swivels some protection. 2 inches is better if stability allows.
If swivel races will accumulate grit from hard rain splatter, try blowing them out with compressed air after a hard rain, then add a couple drops of oil.
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The frame is zinc plated, so yes, they should be corrosion resistant. I would not be worried about taking them across a parking lot in the rain, but I would hesitate to use them on a cart that would be left out in the elements without protection year round. If I was building, for example, a barbecue cart that would stay on the patio and be stored under the eaves or in a shed during winter, I'd use these. Read More
The frame is zinc plated, so yes, they should be corrosion resistant. I would not be worried about taking them across a parking lot in the rain, but I would hesitate to use them on a cart that would be left out in the elements without protection year round. If I was building, for example, a barbecue cart that would stay on the patio and be stored under the eaves or in a shed during winter, I'd use these. But if it was a garden cart that would need to be dragged through the mud or drenched routinely by the sprinklers, I would come up with some other type of wheels. If you use them outside, I'd recommend checking them at least annually for dirt and crud and cleaning out the wheel and swivel bearings and regreasing them periodically. Read Less
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Yes its a indoor and outdoor capable caster, but dont get mud in the bearings....
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April 27, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with Everbilt. This caster does resist corrosion and is suitable for outdoor use.
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will they fit

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I want to use these on the bottom of 4x4 workbench legs. Will the plate be to big to screw in the bottom?
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No these will not work on a 4x4. The plate is to big. My miter saw bench legs are about 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 and they barely fit on them. So it definately wouldnt fit on a 4x4 which has an actual size of 3.5 x 3.5
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The plate size is shown as 2.65 inches. They should easily fit on a 4X4.
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The plate width is shown as 2.65 inches. They should easily attach to a 4X4.
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Are these non-marking? IE, can they be used safely in-home on a hardwood floor?

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I say "YES." Should be able to use these polyurethane casters safely in-home on a hardwood floor.
That said, I don't know your floors--the materials, the finish, or their current condition.
With regard to my own floors, which are oak, refinished just last year, these wheels left no trace. My wheels were clean, in like-new condition, with no embedded grit. Older wheels can be cleaned to reduce Read More
I say "YES." Should be able to use these polyurethane casters safely in-home on a hardwood floor.
That said, I don't know your floors--the materials, the finish, or their current condition.
With regard to my own floors, which are oak, refinished just last year, these wheels left no trace. My wheels were clean, in like-new condition, with no embedded grit. Older wheels can be cleaned to reduce potential for gritty marks.
Hope that's helpful and your experience matches mine.
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Mine are on my workbench in my garage on a concrete floor. I have not seen any marking from these casters at all. I can't honestly speak for what they MIGHT do on a hardwood floor. But on concrete they are just fine.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best caster in the store I used these on a custom miter saw / table saw stand. Hands down these are the best casters in the store. They roll easy, they lock tight. Worth every penny (and a few extra pennies over the other in store casters). I agree with the other reviewers they desperately need to create a non-swivel (fixed) version of these. It would make life so much easier on some of my lumber carts. Four swivel casters can change direction on you in an instant, only having two swivels would be a blessing. That said... I'll keep buying these every time I need casters. They're rockstars. November 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Good Caster for a Very Good Price Didnt expect to find as good a quality caster for our custom built products, this is an exceptional value and wears and serves the needs of our customers. Great wear and tear, excellent weight capacity, and good Brake, very good wheel/caster June 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ideal wheels My workshop is outside. When it rains, stuff gets wet, 52 weeks per year. To deal with weather, I built a series of rolling boxes, cabinets, and platforms. This is the best caster I've used. * The polyurethane wheels do well on a deck, on concrete, bricks, and on dirt. * The locking system REALLY locks. * The caster frame has resisted rust for two winters and summers without any protection. * The wheel bearings and swivel bearings still work smoothly. But, after two years, the spring steel piece of the locking system is showing some rust. Still working fine. For my carts and boxes I've learned to use casters that swivel and lock on ALL FOUR CORNERS. As the boxes roll around there are always two brake pedals visible. They "weathervane" behind the box as it moves. No matter which direction the box is pushed there are ALWAYS two brakes available. This is much safer because there are always two brakes available to freeze the box's motion. The 4-inch and 5-inch versions merit the same positive comments. Great stuff. April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by More to say about casters than one would think You would think to yourself. Casters! What is there to really say about simple wheels? Well there is quite a bit to say. I have put many different types and brands of casters on many different things and believe me they are not all created equal. Some swivel casters have horrible bearing that do not allow the the wheel to swivel freely. Some caster wheels do not grip smooth surfaces well and makes them slip across the surface instead of roll across. Some casters have bad break mechanisms that renders the break all but useless. These casters are not the nicest I have ever used but in the price range they are pretty great. I picked up 4 of these casters the other day because I needed some wheels to go on the miter saw station I had just built. These are perfect for this purpose because they have the polyurethane wheels that give them adequate grip on the smooth concrete in my garage and they are also soft enough to have adequate shock absorption when moving across rougher surfaces like the concrete in my drive way. The one thing thing that sold me on these casters was the fact that the break lever is on top of the wheel and sticks out the front. Which makes it easy to access when I need my miter saw bench to stay in one place while cutting. Originally I thought about using work bench casters which I would have had to order as they lift the bench up on to the wheels when moving is needed and you can disengage the wheels where the bench sits directly on the legs when stationary. Those type of casters work great for a work bench because work benches need to be perfectly level and those types of casters allow for the use leveling feet along with them. A miter saw bench just does not need to be perfectly level though and the wheel break keeps the bench stationary enough to make cuts on the saw. So these were the way to go and besides that I could pick them up right in the store instead of having to order them. All in all these are great casters for the price. well worth the money. March 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Locks wheel from both rolling and turning Really nice wheels -- have an easy to apply lock which stops the wheel from both rolling and turning so that whatever it's attached to won't move when locked. I took off one star because HD does not carry matching wheels without rotation -- usually you'd put two of each kind on whatever you're building and that would save some money and also makes it' easier to push for long distances as it rolls straight that way. December 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy fix Easy enough to put non swivel casters on the other end. Just shim the shorter caster to make it the same height. You are woodworkers right? December 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Surprisingly good I didn't expect these casters to be total locking for the price - but they've surprised me. These will have very minimal use, so I felt ok getting them. June 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Seems great These casters are sturdy, easy to install, nice looking and most importantly, the brake works well. The only reason I am not giving them 5 stars is I can't yet attest to their longevity. Good for the price. February 25, 2015
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