Rated 3.3 out of 5Â by 50
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Mark2 These work, but could be more stable
I purchased these so that I could make a table from an existing laminate top. I added some fill strips to the bottom of the table top to ensure that the leg supports would have a strong base. It does support the top and the legs do fold. However, erect, the table will move slightly from side to side. The mass of the table contributes to the instability, but it is obvious that the leg supports should be stronger to prevent the swaying. I plan on adding a removable lateral support to enhance the stability. The legs are easy to install, but if you are expecting a solid free standing table following installation you may be disappointed.
April 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mickey FOLDING TABLE LEGS, MUCH CHEAPER THAN BUYING A FOLDING TABLE
EASY TO INSTALL ,VERY STRONG LEGS , NO WOBBLE BUY PRESSURE TREATED PLYWOOD FOR OUT SIDE USE ,
August 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Mantis Junk! Bad Factory Drilling
I bought two of these and both were defective and couldn't be used. The drilling for one of the leg mounts was way off center from the support pin. If you look down the leg tube, instead of seeing the two rivot pins line up they formed an 'x' instead, maybe 10 degrees off. This means that when mounted to a table, either they fold flat but can't be fully opened, or they are squared for opening and can't be folded flat, since the bottom mount is rotated around the tube from the cross support. I thought about drilling a hole in the correct position for the bottom mount and putting a bolt thru; but I need to build six tables ultimately and don't want to waste time fixing junk, so I took them back. I looked at a couple of others on the shelf and they were also drilled wrong.
April 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by kuwajian worked amazing!
I'm not sure what all the bad review s are about. These table legs worked great for my poker table. I was hesitant to buy them because of the reviews but now glad I did. Really sturdy and for the price they can't be beat... I've looked everywhere else even online.
It was true that the holes did not line up write right but nothing a little force didn't fix. And it did seem like the stabilizers were not perfect, but it didn't affect how they opened once installed nor the stability of the table it self. Make sure when you attach the legs, that the brackets are flat before screwing down. Seemed really easy to install to me. All in all, you get what you pay for. You want something cheap don't expect it to be perfect. These however we're exactly what I wanted and worked perfect for me.
June 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by DesertRat Sounded great but the reality was much different
Needed table legs for a 4 x 8 plywood sheet to be used as a train table for my grandkids. I sure wish I'd bought something different. The overall quality was low and it took some twisting of metal to get them in the right shape. They work fine as table legs but they won't fold flat and the folding mechanism is very flimsy as well. Save your money and buy a good set of legs unless you never plan on folding them.
January 10, 2014