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3 in. Steel Swivel Caster

$5.48 /each
  • Constructed of steel for higher weight loads and a longer life
  • Built for stationary loads that aren't moved often
  • Perfect for holding loads on hard surfaces like concrete

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3 in. Steel caster provides high weight ratings for the heaviest loads. This caster is long lasting and will provide years of use. It is perfect for stationary loads that are not frequently moved, steel material will not develop a flat spot. Works great on hard surfaces such as concrete.

  • Great for stationary loads that are not frequently moved
  • Sintered iron has cast iron strength with a smoother tread
  • Work great on concrete, and other hard surfaces and are resistant to chemicals
  • Also excellent in extreme temperatures operating effectively from -40 degrees F to 500 degrees F
  • Weight rating for single caster: 300 lbs.
  • Steel material will not develop a flat

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Wheel Riveted or Bolted?

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Hello, is the wheel itself bolted to the standoff or is it riveted?
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November 13, 2015
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They may have been riveted on axles before but now in 2015 they are bolted on with a hex bolt axle and a stop nut.
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August 23, 2015
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The wheel axles are shoulder bolts. The caster frame is mated to the swivel plate with ball bearings and the assembly is held together with a great big rivet. Technically, I think this is called a "swage pin". You can remove the wheels by taking out the bolt. But you would not be able to tear down the swivel assembly in order to clean and lube the swivel bearings (though you can force additional grease Read More
The wheel axles are shoulder bolts. The caster frame is mated to the swivel plate with ball bearings and the assembly is held together with a great big rivet. Technically, I think this is called a "swage pin". You can remove the wheels by taking out the bolt. But you would not be able to tear down the swivel assembly in order to clean and lube the swivel bearings (though you can force additional grease into the swivel with a popsicle stick or a kabob skewer.) Read Less
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January 27, 2015
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BOLTED ON
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November 7, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with Everbilt. The wheel is riveted.
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What is the spacing on the mounting holes (center to center)?

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July 16, 2016
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1 3/4" x 2 7/8"
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Will these damage painted concrete floors?

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April 21, 2016
And can you combine 2 of these with 2 locking casters?
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I have four of these on my lumber cart which generally carries 500-800 pounds. There is a visible track where the wheels run on the concrete floor, but this is after years of use and the floor is often covered with grit (I live in a high mountain desert and grit blows in under the door seal. I would say that over time they will damage the paint, but not the floor itself as long as the floor is clear of Read More
I have four of these on my lumber cart which generally carries 500-800 pounds. There is a visible track where the wheels run on the concrete floor, but this is after years of use and the floor is often covered with grit (I live in a high mountain desert and grit blows in under the door seal. I would say that over time they will damage the paint, but not the floor itself as long as the floor is clear of sand and grit.
If you can find straight casters of the same height, they will work well in a grocery cart configuration...assuming that's what you mean. If you mean swivel casters with wheel locks, well, that will work too, although really heavy carts get very hard to steer if all four wheels are able to swivel.
If you are worried about protecting the finish on your floor though, I'd go with the orange polyurethane casters that HD stocks. I have those on the bottom of my steel gang box (a large, armored steel jobsite tool box filled with heavy iron to a weight of about 600 pounds) and they have handled the wear just fine without leaving any tell-tale tracks. Read Less
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Would these work for converting a stand to utility cart?

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Wondering about how these would work on vinyl hardwood looking flooring. Would these mar the flooring?
Was looking for the industrial look on a stand converting it to a kitchen utility cart.
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The steel wheels would almost certainly mar a vinyl floor. You'd need to use rubber-wheeled casters.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Industrial roller wheels for a Cub Track Drive HD Snow Blower. HI, You can put a set of ARMORskids Model # ASC3575 skids on a Cub Cadet. The front slot will take a stainless steel 5/16 inch x 3 inch long hex bolt with a smooth section to use as an axle. See that Stop Nut with the nylon insert in the picture? The wheels unbolt and the holes are 3/8" ID. "Drill" or ream out a 3/8" OD piece of straightened copper tubing to 5/16th inch. A few washers and such and you have rollers mounted to the inside of a 3X blower housing. On the outside are the blue poly skids (optional) and the stated Armorskids. Bolt it all together with a jam nut, fender washers, and a stop nut; and you can move your snow blower around just like a wheelbarrow. On a paved driveway, you don't have to worry about balancing a wheeled blower, wearing out the poly skids, or digging into gravel or a lawn with a track drive like I have if it tilts a bit. These wheels make your blower look industrial strength and super macho. They even adjust up and down in the Armor skid slots slightly on a track drive HD. Home Depot carries or can order, the entire list of parts you need. No holes are drilled into the blower! Make the copper sleeve bearing and it is a total bolt on from there. Your blower? I don't know how the holes will line up on your version of the Armorskids and if the steel wheels will be out of the way of the turning augers. My Cub (MTD) 3X with these wheels were not even that close. See for yourself. Don't forget some Bostick NeverSeez on the axles. You might have to buy the longest skids you can get so they stick out in front on other blower models. Armorskids might make you a pair that stick out a bit more in a pinch. The total cost for the new skids and two steel wheels was just under $60. Thank you HD for carrying quarter inch thick plate and ski shaped ArmorSkids. Stefan Slaw November 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good for the price! These casters are the best bang for the buck for making heavy duty mobile bases and dollies. There are better casters available, but if you want top of the line quality, they will be minimum 10x the cost. I would recommend using them at 1/2 their rating due to them not having ball bearing axles and low quality swivels bearings. They will definitely hold 300 lbs each, but rolling a fully loaded 1200lb welding table on four of these casters will not be fun. They are difficult to start rolling and don't like turning, so it may be a two man job. Adding grease really helps a lot. A 600lb welding table on four of these casters is easy to move. September 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap, Tough Casters I used four of these for my lumber cart. My cart, loosely based on a "WOOD" magazine plan, is seven feet by 18" and when fully loaded may weigh over 1000 pounds, so I needed wheels that would not deform. To maximize shop space, I need to tuck the cart into an awkward corner. These casters are up to the task. After a year they are NOT causing any damage to the concrete floor. August 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT WHEELS I USED MINE TO STAND UP MY 4 BY 8 TRAILER ON THE END SO I COULD SAVE SPACE.. WORK LIKE A DREAM .. CANT GO WRONG WITH THIS CASTER WHEELS .. WILL BE BUYING MORE SOON ... January 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very heavy and durable These are extremely heavy casters, and the steel is solid and durable. I used bolts to put them on some heavy wooden cabinets and they handle the load with ease. October 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by just what I needed I had looked all over the net for steel wheel casters with the holes in the wheel. Making a coffee table out of 2 walnut slabs, so needed something that could carry the weight of the 2" slabs. These were a decent price, better than anywhere else. Would've like to have been able to get these with brakes for 2 of the wheels, but . . . June 24, 2014
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