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1-1/2" Screw-On Leveler, Set of 4

Item #
31056
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Protects floors and moves even heavy furniture and appliances with ease using these glides!

(4) 1-1/2" Screw-On Levelers
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Manufacturer Part Number 9468
Weight 0.4000
Tech Spec
  • Stem length: 1-1/2''
  • Thread: 5/16 18 thread
  • Foot Diameter: 1-1/2''
Style Glides
5.0 / 5.0
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Great product, exactly what my table project needed.
March 26, 2020
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great product!
These levelers are great. We had to replace the ones on our heavy oak table. They were easy to install and actually we were able to raise our table a bit so the chairs with arms would fit under easily.
March 9, 2020
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
I used these on a recliner. Their wide bases made for a solid footprint.
November 5, 2019
Purchased
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Exactly what I was looking for. Couldn't be better.
May 15, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Screw on Leveling feet
These feet were perfect for my project, excellent quality and very fast shipping.
January 2, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great levelers for heavy furniture.
The levelers were easy to install and were just what I needed for my very heavy oak table.
May 3, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Looked for this product in all 4 different Building Supply stores locally and could not find it. Found some on line but were sold one at a time when I needed 4. Rockler had just what I needed.
December 12, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Good for log furniture
Product as described good size easily adjusted,it looks like they will hold up.
July 3, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
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wanted some wide bottom feet on levelers for a coffee table on uneven flooring
Lorenzo S on May 27, 2020
Keep for stock, Jed to secure pegboard to garage ceiling.
William E on Apr 26, 2020
wanted some wide bottom feet on levelers for a coffee table on uneven flooring
Lorenzo S on May 27, 2020
The world isn’t level.
Charlie C on May 18, 2020
Keep for stock, Jed to secure pegboard to garage ceiling.
William E on Apr 26, 2020
Need these for a small dresser I'm making
BILL B on Apr 14, 2020
Been looking for these a long time to use on a large heavy table
John D on Apr 13, 2020
it was the right size
Mike M on Jul 9, 2019
They will directly replace the existing ones
Larry P on Jan 30, 2019
Requested add on to furniture I built
Wanda H on Jan 29, 2019
I like the ease with which these adjust and the way they slide across a concrete floor if I need to reposition the cabinet. It's also easy to put a threaded insert into the bottom of the cabinet to thread the leveling feet into.
DOUG S on Dec 22, 2018
One of the more stable furniture levelers I have found.
Don H on Jun 27, 2018
Stan from your tech division helped me
Tabitha Pearson M on Jun 5, 2018
Lost one from my steel glass table
Michael F on Apr 6, 2018
I recently built a farm table and wanted to be able to adjust the legs independently to ensure the table had a solid base regardless of the type or unevenness in the flooring.
Army Dan on Dec 4, 2017
Needed 5/16 - 18 thread to match threaded inserts already in heavy furniture, of which 1 was broken and all were smaller (1" diameter)
Dan S on Oct 18, 2017
needed for shelf building project
Tony L on Feb 27, 2017
needed a larger base than 1"
Don H on Dec 4, 2016
At one time I purchased a package of 4 locally but was not sure the thread size was correct for a long arm sewing machine that I have. I really needed 6 but waited too long and can no longer find them locally. Glad to find that I can still purchase them!
Dana G on Nov 20, 2016
Need to lever some tool stands best price.
Roy P on Aug 8, 2016
The world isn’t level.
Charlie C on May 18, 2020
Need these for a small dresser I'm making
BILL B on Apr 14, 2020
I am looking for leveling glides that would allow a kitchen island with a granite top to be movable on the few occasions it may be needed. It will be on a laminate floor. The island will be about 6'x2'. Would these be a good choice for that much weight?
Heather M on Jun 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are very sturdy levelers and I do not think that you would have a problem with the weight load.
what size t-nuts are required for this leveler?
anne k on Feb 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 5/16"-18
What is the thickness of the pad as I am needing to create a specific shadow line?
Fine Carpentry on Apr 21, 2017
I have a rustic dining table which has 2x4 legs. Will this product work with legal of this dimension?
Jason B on Sep 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Do the legs of the table have threaded inserts in the bottom of the legs? If yes, and if they are the same size thread, they should work. Rockler will have to tell you what the thread size is, but as I recall it's either 1/4-20 or 5/16-18
What is the height (thickness) of the foot?
Charles on Jul 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Maybe I don't understand your question. The height of the foot is the one you determine by running in or out the screw threads
The package says not to use on hardwood floors that these are only for carpet. Is this true?
Nancy W on Feb 8, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I am not sure why that would be. Other than they could possibly damage hardwood. The table and bench I used them on are on hardwood floors, but that doesn't mean they should be. Obviously I didn't look at the package carefully.
I was potentially looking at these levelers for a teak bench I have in my shower. The application I was thinking of is to drill a pilot hole in the 1 1/2 inch x 1" rectangle shaped legs and then just screw the leveler directly up into the leg will this work?
Dawn A on Nov 8, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Not a good idea. They will loosen over time. Also, they will rust. I would use the mounting "stars". This won't prevent the rust but at least they will be secure. You'll need 2 holes, one for the star and a deeper one for the leveler. I would cover the mount and the leveler with Vaseline. This will slow the rust.
Is there a collar in which to screw the levelers?
George T on Jun 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The levelers come as pictured with no collar (as you call it). I drilled a somewhat oversized hole in the bottom of my legs, and used a standard T-nut of the correct thread size (which I don't remember off the top of my head). The T-nuts I used were the type that you hammer into place.
Riveting T-nut for 5/8
Riveting T-nut for 5/8" thick material (10 per Pack)
i have a small bistro set ( table and 2 chairs ). It's used outdoors,but under a lanai. The rubber protectors have a hex head screw on the bottom that dried due to heat. Will i be able to use this as my replacement bottom ? item # 31056. This is the closest i've come to. thank you Eddie D.
Eddie D on Sep 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: While I used the Levelers on a large dinning room table that is indoors, the construction of the Levelers is such that use outdoors in the weather should not be an issue. The light tan nylon like skid appears to be laminated to the base of the Leveler. These are VERY sturdy Levelers, and work well. I do recommend using the T-Nuts (26062) with them.
I've just converted my daughter's headboard to make her full bed into a daybed to fit the layout of her new room, but I cut the headboard posts slightly smaller than the foot board by accident (and yes I measured twice). While I'll eventually cut them more to add decorative legs like the foot board has, I need to level the headboard. Would these be able to handle the weight of a 300lbs person (adjusting for normal kids jumping on beds or we have to have two adult guests sleep in her room)?
Adrian R on Jun 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: First a point of clarification: The total "stress" of 300 pounds will be roughly divided across the 4 levelers. So we're talking about approx 75 pounds each. These are pretty robust units. I think they can easily handle that much weight. I used mine on the legs of a fairly large (and heavy!) oak desk.