|Product Depth (in.)||1.5 in||Product Height (in.)||3.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1.5 in|
|Color/Finish||Unfinished / Natural color||Material||Wood|
A: Yes. I have purchased several different lengths to give particular furniture pieces that "mid-century modern" look.
A: I believe so! When I purchased these, there were a few other size options on the Home Depot website.
A: Yes, you'll different lengths when you scroll through Home Depot's furniture leg options.
A: I may be wrong, however I believe this is the shortest this leg is available in. It is available in longer lengths
A: It is available on different lengths. Look up "Waddell Wood Round Taper Table Leg" in the Home Depot search and the different lengths should show up.
A: The legs will support a considerable weight when used with the mounting plates, probably around 60-75 lbs
A: We used ours on a foot stool, which is filled with books and weighes approximately 25 lbs. No issues with moving it around.
A: I think you can use the plate but I bought 4 T-nuts for $1 and they worked fine
A: I installed mine straight but the dual top plate and installing them at an angle should be fine. Just keep in mind the weight limit.
A: It cannot be extended. The bottom piece does pivot a little, allowing the weight of the furniture to push it flat against the floor surface.
A: Yes, by virtue of the screw on the top the overall height can be adjusted maybe a 1/4" or so.
A: By "self-leveling," they mean that the little metal disc on the bottom can rotate vertically (to some degree) so that the disc will still sit flat on a slightly unlevel surface.
A: Yes, that is correct. The round metal piece that rests on the floor can be screwed out (or in) to help level the furniture.
A: The bottom foot is on a swivel/ball joint which is self leveling by design
A: Not extended but the bottom piece can move (kind of like it's on a sticky ball joint)