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4 in. Polyurethane Caster with Brake

  • Provides superior commercial-grade performance with heavy loads
  • Resists grease, oil, cutting, chunking and abrasive wear
  • Designed for use on any flat commercial or residential surface
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Product Overview

When you need exceptional commercial-grade casters that can manage a high load up to 250 lbs., the Everbilt 4 in. Polyurethane Casters with Brakes make the perfect solution. Suitable for use on virtually any surface in residential or commercial settings such as garages or factory floors. Constructed from durable polyurethane and resistant to grease, oil, cutting, chunking and abrasive wear for long-lasting use.
  • 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: 250 lbs.
  • Features a lock that prevents wheel from moving

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Specifications

Dimensions

Plate Height (in.)
3.74
Plate Width (in.)
2.65
Product Depth (in.)
2.6
Product Height (in.)
5.22
Product Width (in.)
5.5
Wheel Diameter (in.)
4 in
Wheel Width (in.)
1.26 in

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Casters
Casters Product Type
Plate
Color
Red
Color Family
Reds / Pinks
Features
No Additional Features
Load Capacity (lb.)
250
Load capacity per caster (lb.)
250
Package Quantity
1
Package Quantity
1
Swivel/Rigid
Swivel
Wheel Material
Rubber

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

18Questions24Answers

What is the length and the diameter of the bolt and nut? (Also, what size of wrench(s) would I ne...

Asked by TS July 30, 2019
1
Answer

I actually used wood screws, 2".

If installing these to 4x4 wood posts, would standard deck screws hold up long term? (table desig...

Asked by smFIM November 19, 2018
4
Answers

yes

Can I purchase these casters by case quantities?

Asked by Andy February 13, 2018
2
Answers

Thank you for your recent inquiry with Everbilt. Please contact the Pro Desk at your local Home Depot for further assistance with this request. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at 1-800-531-3342 ext. 3600 Mon-Fri from 8am to 5pm EST and a Product Specialist will be glad to assist

What screws should I use if I'm mounting these to the bottom of a 4x4 post? Bolts not possible.

Asked by Mike November 13, 2017
4
Answers

Bottom of a post is end-grain, and thus does not have much holding force. Either consider a lot longer lug bolts than the 1-1/4 standard or use additional wood glue or redesign the project to have the bolts perpendicular to the grain.

What is the height from the floor to the plate? (In other words, how much taller will an item be ...

Asked by Roo November 5, 2017
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Answers

Thank you for your recent inquiry with Everbilt. The total height will be 5.18". If you have any further questions, feel free to give us a call at 1-800-531-3342 ext. 3600 Mon-Fri from 8am to 5pm ET and a Product Specialist will be glad to assist

Can I install these into .125" aluminum? In that case, what hardware do I need?

Asked by GNMR November 1, 2017
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Answers

1/8" Aluminum? Sure, no reason why you couldn't assuming the aluminum structure itself is able to handle whatever load you plan on putting on it. In my imagination, you are thinking of a diamond plate aluminum tool box that you want to make mobile, and if it's something like that, these casters are pretty much ideal for the purpose. I have a set on a 36"x24"x24" Knaack box and they support and mobilize the loaded box quite well I'd use 1/2" x 1/4-20 carriage bolts facing upwards (inserted from the bottom of the mounting plates, upward into the aluminum), with 1/4" fender washers and 1/4-20 nylocs to secure them from above. You could use regular lock washers and acorn nuts instead of the nylocs if you needed a "cleaner" installation. You may get some answers that worry about Galvanic corrosion between the steel hardware and the aluminum, but the two metals are very close together, Aluminum being very slightly more anodic in the Galvanic series, so unless your contraption is going to be in a saltwater environment, corrosion is a very small worry.

What's the weight capacity

Asked by Hotrod October 31, 2017
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Answers

Thank you for your inquiry with Everbilt. The weight capacity is 250 lbs. per caster. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us at 1-800-531-3342 ext. 3600 Mon-Fri from 8am to 5pm and a Product Specialist will be glad to assist

It the top plate and periferia stanley steel ?

Asked by alex September 24, 2017
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Answers

Thank you for your inquiry with Everbilt. The top plate is not stainless steel but carbon steel. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us at 1-800-531-3342 ext. 3600 Mon-Fri from 8am to 5pm EST and a Product Specialist will be glad to assist

how much weight can this caster carry

Asked by caster July 28, 2017
2
Answers

Mine are rolling around with two 80lb kayaks on it.

How large are the holes in the mounting bracket? What is largest size lag bolt (diam) that can be...

Asked by CB May 10, 2017
2
Answers

They will definitely take 1/4 x 20 stainless machine screws.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 80 reviews
  • 91% recommend this product
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Use them on a portable workbench i can have stationary in my garage or roll it outside love them ...
Use them on a portable workbench i can have stationary in my garage or roll it outside love them worked beautifully
by Wheelsup
GOOD DESIGN, BAD QUALITY CONTROL
Shopped around for caster wheels for my mobile work bench (to support a 100lbs planer and other tools) so wanted something with bearings, rubber wheels, and quality break. These looked the best of all locally available selection. Got 4 and after bolting down 2 discovered that only 1 had good break mechanism and 1 would wobble on its axis after being locked. (See the photo where black spring engages with cog wheel to lock down the pivot axis.) Went back to my "local" HD and picked through their inventory of 11, just to find out I lucked out on the only good one they had. Drove twenty minutes to another HD and picked through their inventory of 7 they had, and found that 5 were good. So I ended up with 4 good ones for my project and returned the rest. The bench is steady! Good product design but poor production tolerances.
by George
1 person found this helpful
Two way locking makes them more secure than casters that only stop roll. And, they can be placed ...
Two way locking makes them more secure than casters that only stop roll. And, they can be placed on all four corners for easier maneuvering. Large size makes them easy to move across most surfaces. Worth the extra cost.
by Dave
2 people found this helpful
The polyurithane wheels did not last
I used these wheels on a table for my BBQ grill. In under two years the polyurithane has disentrigated. The load per wheel was less than 75 pounds and the grill was stationary on a concrete surface
by DaveD
1 person found this helpful
I wanted to make a stand for my wood lathe that I could wheel outdoors on nicer days to limit the...
I wanted to make a stand for my wood lathe that I could wheel outdoors on nicer days to limit the mess in my shop and these were perfect for the application. I didn't realize until after I installed them that activating the brake lever also locks the swivel feature of the caster - bonus!
by Ralph
These casters were perfect for the herb garden box I made for my wife as an Easter gift. She is ...
These casters were perfect for the herb garden box I made for my wife as an Easter gift. She is able to roll it where ever she wants to for sun, shade or watering.
by JLG
2 people found this helpful
Hard. Red. Throbbing. What great wheels!...
Hard. Red. Throbbing. What great wheels!
by DuffMiver
Great castor. Roll very easily on stone patio....
Great castor. Roll very easily on stone patio.
by Bucket
Caster
These Casters are great! I have used them for multiple jobs including my heavy duty work bench. Very smooth, easy to lock and unlock
by LHS
Beastly, but smooth
I bought these to go under a 8’ workbench I was building for my garage. Theyre hefty, big and bulky, but that’s exactly what you want, right? Once i had them installed, I started rolling around my 250lb workbench all over my uneven, sawdust and splinter laden garage... and it was light and butter smooth. I had expected a somewhat clunky, stiff operation but was met with an easy to maneuver and fairly light workbench. My petite and very pregnant wife was even able to roll it around wothout any problems. Way better than i expected. Would highly recommend.
by DCWorkshop
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