A: I've used these legs many times and know they can take a pretty heavy load, provided they are screwed into the mounting flange in the 90 degree vertical position. If you use them in the slanted position they won't be as strong.
A: Yes I bought this in January. I thought it was going to be easier to install, but I was wrong. I got the brackets for my legs (that fit separately). Well when I went to screw them in and tighten the, the threaded bolt must up threaded up into the bracket causing the legs to be shorter then one another and on top of it they were flimsy.
A: Hi, I bought 6 of 7.5 inch legs for a tv stand of about 69 lbs weight; it’s holding pretty well for almost 2 years already. Hope it helps!
A: Not sure about the load capacity. I used them to make a night stand for my daughter. They are very solid. Made of solid ash, the most common wood for wood baseball bats. Very similar to oak.
A: Yes. It depends on the mount, but HomeDepot sells one that should work. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Waddell-Steel-Angle-Top-Plate-2752/100389707?MERCH=REC-_-SearchPLPHorizontal1_rr-_-NA-_-100389707-_-N
A: Yes, if you buy an angled bracket. I purchased a duel bracket since I didn't know if I wanted the legs straight or angled.
A: Yes as long as you buy the right mount make sure the table has enough room on the bottom for the mount leg shouldn't come past the sides of the table. I always mount on the corner for stronger hold but if it is a solid wood bottom of can be mounted further in.
A: Yes. Just buy one of those metal plates that has an angle mount option. I've done that on another piece of furniture. They're about $3 each at Home Depot.
A: I am pretty sure it came with brackets to mount either way.
A: I do not see how. There is not much of the screw portion on top. It just screws on to the plate.
A: The top of the leg is 1.5" and the bottom of the leg is 1 and 1/8".
A: 1.50 inch tapering to 7/8 inches
A: Not sure of the type. Here’s s closer picture.
A: It's silver
A: Steel of course.
A: Looks like stainless steel