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Everbilt 6 in. Square Lazy-Susan Turntable with 400 lb. Load Rating
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Everbilt

6 in. Square Lazy-Susan Turntable with 400 lb. Load Rating

  • Works with lazy susan with 15-30 inch diameter
  • 400 lb load capacity
  • 360 degree swivel motion
$4.48 /each

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Use this ball bearing turntable in Lazy-Susan cabinets or displays. The Lazy Susan turntable is great for rotating or swiveling TVs, book racks, serving trays, kitchen storage racks, etc. Perfect for the PRO or DIY.

  • Square-frame ball-bearing turntable
  • Durable, made from metal
  • Metal plate has pre-punched holes for easy installation
  • Easy 360-degree swivel motion
  • Zinc-coating resists corrosion
  • Holds up to 400 lb.

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Will this support 10 pounds hung beneath it?

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September 12, 2016
I want to mount my speakers from the ceiling and be able to rotate them. I'm thinking of putting one of these between two blocks, the lower one holding the speaker.
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October 27, 2016
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It could work if you mounted through the middle. For example; you need to mount the bearing on top of a board that has a hole in the middle of it. The mount for the speaker comes up through the hole and attaches to a board that mounts on top of the bearing. This way the weight of the speaker is resting on the top plate and compressing the bearing halves together vs. pulling them apart. The bottom board Read More
It could work if you mounted through the middle. For example; you need to mount the bearing on top of a board that has a hole in the middle of it. The mount for the speaker comes up through the hole and attaches to a board that mounts on top of the bearing. This way the weight of the speaker is resting on the top plate and compressing the bearing halves together vs. pulling them apart. The bottom board (with the hole in the middle) then mounts to the ceiling with a spacer (perhaps some sort of box type construction or just 4 legs). -Or- you could flip it over and have the ceiling mount go through the center etc. Read Less
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September 12, 2016
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I don't think this will work. This lazy-susan works by compressing ball bearings between the two mounting plates. Your plan would actually separate the the two mounting plates and this may cause the bearings to fall out of the bearing races.
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September 12, 2016
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No, this will not support 10 pounds hung beneath it.
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Can I use this swivel to replace a barstoool swivel?

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October 27, 2016
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Yes, as long as it fits in the space of your original swivel bearing. Measure your old bearing and compare it.
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Barstools have numerous types if swivels. Check if there is enough room to mount this unit. If there is a flat surface on both the stool and the seat (usually plywood) then this item could support a 400 pound load. Keep in mind that bar stools don't typically use lazy-susan type swivels.
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What is the height or width of turn table?

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March 23, 2015
Can not find that in the specs.
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Specs state that the bearing is 6 inch square and .25 inch thick. Personally, I would use for a minimum of 9 inches up to a maximum of 18 to 24 inches in diameter for the top materials. Height depends on what you use for the top. The taller the item is, the bearing diameter needs to be wider for stability. My top was a 12.5 inch round x 1 inch thick piece of hard maple with heavy rubber feet making mine Read More
Specs state that the bearing is 6 inch square and .25 inch thick. Personally, I would use for a minimum of 9 inches up to a maximum of 18 to 24 inches in diameter for the top materials. Height depends on what you use for the top. The taller the item is, the bearing diameter needs to be wider for stability. My top was a 12.5 inch round x 1 inch thick piece of hard maple with heavy rubber feet making mine 1.75 inch tall. Read Less
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March 27, 2015
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The turntable is 6'' x 6''.
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Hey WuzFuz, noting that the Everbilt and Shepherd both have smaller & larger pre-drilled holes, i...

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Hey WuzFuz, noting that the Everbilt and Shepherd both have smaller & larger pre-drilled holes, is there a recommended Top/Bottom?
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The larger holes usually go on the bottom (or the stationary side) and the small holes usually go on the upper (or turning side).
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job Yes it is missing a few bearings... not that they are of the greatest quality bearings to start with. The two things this did was lower manufacturing cost (and hopefully, sales price} and make a light rattle noise. A light machine oil, as recommended, like sewing machine oil, works best, not gunking up the bearings like vegetable/nut oils do over time. Load weight was not the only determining factor - diameter for stability. The best part of my project was that it was that the bearing was IN STOCK and I did not have to wait for delivery. Within minutes of getting home - project finished and in use! April 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by on my desk i hotglued this guy between two dishes and voila i have a rotating desk organizer...saves me from running all over the place searching for markers, pens, highlighters, and scissors...all in one place! sprayed it with a bit of pam to to loosen up the ball bearings otherwise im happy as a clam February 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lazy susan turntable This thing is works wonderful to my newly built 4 color 2 station printing press machine...i put lots of pressure unto it by tital impact from hammer side by side and still unshaken and works best... Fully satisfied with it... October 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Best option found I used this swivel on the base of a very heavy (200+ lb) rotating shoe rack. It came pre-lubed, and when assembled it rotated perfectly for my project. It did wobble quite a bit when I installed it, so I had to get some stick on furniture sliders to go on the perimeter between the base and the first rotating shelf. This fixed the problem and now it works just fine. March 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works! I've purchased this lazy susan bearing for a non ordinary purpose. I wanted to be able to pivot a saw that was not meant to be. It rotates very well and supports the 120# of the saw very well. time will tell if it's going to be durable. December 9, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by does the job This is not a fine piece of furniture. It's made for 400 lb items. The heavier the item the more smooth. Just add some heavy oil or grease and it's good to go. I agree there should be more than just one at HD but there isn't. December 16, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Should be redesigned I bought this so i can do craft projects easier. I couldn't figure out how to attach both sides to the wood. I thought both sides of the product were separated. It should have came with screws! I wish the device was separate so it could be lined up then put together. Understand? I ended up gluing it to two pieces of wood instead of screwing. I only recommend this product to make projects easier. June 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 6" Lazy Susan Turntable Exactly what I needed and pickup at my Home Depot was really FAST. December 25, 2014
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