Recommended for use on rough wood floors or concrete
Total floor clearance: 2.375 in.
out of 14 reviews
82% recommend this product
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Dec 3, 2017
This is an all metal heavy duty ball bearing swivel caster that will carry a heavy load (125 lb.)...
This is an all metal heavy duty ball bearing swivel caster that will carry a heavy load (125 lb.)
I got this wheel for a large heavy R.V. gate and it works well for that purpose.
I did have to make a simple angle iron bracket to mount it to the gate that allowed me to install it at the very edge of the gate so it swivels nicely.
I can recommend this all metal caster for a just about any heavy duty application.
I like that these are very heavy duty casters. Weight limit is indicated a 125 pounds. The bear...
I like that these are very heavy duty casters. Weight limit is indicated a 125 pounds. The bearings seem to have a nice smooth motion to them. The wheel seems to turn very easily. The only drawback I found was the holes in the wheels do not have a nice clean edge to them. If you are using these on a piece of furniture or shelving where the wheels will show, you will need to file down the rough edges inside each of the holes in the wheels. However if being used on an item such as garage storage shelving I doubt that the aesthetics of the wheels would be that important.
The two inch cast iron swivel casters are superbly built and should last a life time. The 125 pou...
The two inch cast iron swivel casters are superbly built and should last a life time. The 125 pound load rating is perfect for rolling my wooden ice chest around the patio even when fully loaded with ice and drinks. They were easy to attach and make rolling the chest around so much easier. I highly recommend these swivel casters for all of your home diy projects.
This is a great, heavy duty, small caster. The cast iron wheel is perfect for rough surfaces that...
This is a great, heavy duty, small caster. The cast iron wheel is perfect for rough surfaces that would tear up a plastic wheel. It is not quiet and you don't want to use it on a finished floor where scratching or scraping would be an issue. It swivels very well and is perfect for applications such as shop equipment or heavy duty moving dollies (outside only, though).
I went to my local Home Depot looking for Nylon washers to go under my Metal Gazebo posts to prevent or reduce the risk of rust. They had one or two, but not enough to go under the 12 bolts that go into the concrete below the gazebo. I went to Lowe's and they had more than enough in stock.
Since I was in the middle of the project, I did not avail myself of asking the store to order what I needed.