screws made of butter
Posted December 22, 2013
I just installed 8 of these guys. First I tried a power driver and tore up the screw head. Then switched to a hand screw driver. Destroyed 3 more screw heads.
I'm a first grade teacher who...
Posted June 17, 2011
I'm a first grade teacher who needs to store my classroom items on furniture with wheels/casters for the summer. I installed these casters on bookcases I own, so that I can load them up for the summer with my belongings. They are quite sturdy! The installation was fairly easy as long as you own a drill and I highly recommend them for teachers!
I recently purchased the product to...
Posted May 31, 2011
I recently purchased the product to finish a fishing rod storage rack similar to those available commercially. An exhaustive search found that yours was the only company I could get them from. Although I had to mill mounting points to fit the 3/4" thick finished uprights, when I had done so, the casters fit flush to the surface and the rack rolls as smoothly as the commercial racks. In all, I saved about seventy dollars over retail, and have the satisfaction and ability to make more racks as needed. Thank you for such a rare offering.
I recently moved and two of...
Posted April 30, 2011
I recently moved and two of the castors on my cabinet were broken. I could not find the replacements locally , fortunately I found an old Rocklers catalog. They fit perfectly and match perfectly. Easy to install. And the shipping was quick, which was a plus.
I had a table made with...
Posted February 21, 2011
I had a table made with 5/8 plywood and needed casters on the bottom. The Wrap on Casters fit the wood perfectly, but when I drilled through the wood to make the hole for the screw to affix the caster, the holes did not line up. No major problem. Just make to hole bigger to make up for the fact that my hand drill did not give a hole that was exactly perpendicular to the surface. Then after a while I did get the screw to meet the theaded hole and I could then affix the caster securely to the wood. Younger people, with better eyesight, would not have this allignment problem. The table now rolls really nicely.