5 1/4" from the floor to the bottom of the cabinet to which it is installed.
I use bearings
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No. Just a semi-hardened steel.
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It is designed to use either 5/16" or 3/8" carriage bolts.
The plate dimensions are: Plate Height (in.) 3.81 (length) Plate Width (in.) 2.76
To expand on kisertn's answer, if you distribute 1000 lbs evenly between the 4 wheels then each wheel will be holding 250 lbs. I agree with kisertn that you should be getting casters that can hold more wieght than what you plan to set on it. You'll also need to keep in mind that the weight of the plate will also be supported by the casters. So if you have a 100 lb plate, then you can only put 900 lbs onto the plate.