It’s difficult to answer your question, not knowing the surface area of the stool and it’s intended use. We used ours to hold tapered legs on our bedside stands. They’re 15x20” and weight about 10lbs. The plates are very sturdy and easy to attach. Hope this was helpful and good luck with your project!
4" x 4" x 5-1/2"
Yes I put new legs on a work table with these in under an hour. Quick and easy.
In my opinion, this model is better for chair legs. The smaller ones are for table legs. I used mine for new chest legs.
It's been so long since I attached these, I had to take one out to see the size. It's a 5/8". You're welcome. Glad to help!
as long s you intend to put the plate on the table and the screw into the leg. otherwise it will be too big for the table leg you are describing. if this is your plan i wouldn't foresee any problems. we are using 4 of these on our couch which regularly has 3 or 4 people on it without any issues.
We used these to attach wood legs to the bottom of our couch. It has been loaded up with 4 adults during the holidays and I haven't seen any issues. I am sure that is more stress than your table will see.
I would think so. The top plate will attach to anything via screw. You may have issues matching the thread on the top plate with the bolt of your wheels.
We attached this to an ikea couch with a particle board frame without any issue. Take your time, and predrill if you are close to an edge.
I have found this question varies from store to store. The home depot closest to me claims that the company that owns their saw doesn't permit them to cut melamine on it - they even have a sign posted saying that. A few miles north of here at another store they never give me an issue, i would call ahead and ask before you make the trip