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6-pack 5/8"
6-pack 5/8" Item #: 20815
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$24.99
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6-pack 1"
6-pack 1" Item #: 20822
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$31.99
Each

Ball Bearing Rollers

Item #
GRP5328
Rating:
88% of 100

Build your own extension tables with our popular ball-bearing rollers! Now available in economical quantity packs! Multi-directional rollers.

(6) Ball Bearing Rollers
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Weight 2.0900
Tech Spec

5/8" Ball Bearing Rollers (Item #: 20815)

  • Weight Rating: 28 lbs.each
  • 5/8" ball bearing
  • Screws provided
  • 6 per package

1" Ball Bearing Rollers (Item #: 20822)

  • Weight Rating: 55 lbs. each
  • 1" ball bearing
  • Screws provided
  • 6 per package
Type Ball Bearing Rollers
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I love the Ball Bearing rollers I had some from before. I needed two sets to make five foot extension on the out feed of my planer it works great. I would recommend these to any one.
Don
October 10, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Ball-Bearing Rollers
They work very well
June 29, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Worked for what I needed
I was building a 30 inch lazy susan for some power tools in my shop. I bought a heavy duty turn table, but needed extra support out at the edge.
These rollers work great for this and I have the 6 of them spaced around the circumference of the turntable to support the load. I did need to use some spacers for height, but washers worked fine. Added a little oil to them and they are working great!
January 27, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Used on
I used these ball bearing rollers on a project I got out of the Shop Notes magazine. I I used them to build an extension for my band saw to support larger pieces of work to cut. Works great !!
November 5, 2014
I used these rollers to build...
I used these rollers to build rolling shelves to better utilize a kitchen corner cabinet that did not have a lazy susan in it. It worked great.
September 25, 2009
I used them for rollers on...
I used them for rollers on the underside of a heavy trap door high in the church bell tower.
September 23, 2008
I use them as casters on...
I use them as casters on cabinets in my workshop . The cabinet work like a book they rotate to give you access to the other shelves.
September 3, 2008
I mounted the rollers on plywood...
I mounted the rollers on plywood to make a table I could roll 20" diameter PVC piping with. The rollers made it much easier to spin the PVC piping against my table saw blade.
August 25, 2008
I sharpen circle saw blades and...
I sharpen circle saw blades and I have a machine I put them on that goes around and around to clean them. It didn't work very will so I saw these rollers bearing in the Rockler Hardware online and order them. They work great. Now it takes no time to clean the saw blade.
March 29, 2008
I orderded these to replace the...
I orderded these to replace the rollers on an old stand. The new ball bearing rollers work great.
February 4, 2008
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Why did you choose this?
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Making a board that needs to slide over a table top smoothly.
John C on Feb 19, 2018
Will be ripping several knotty pine ship lap boards for pine chests for grand daughters an these rollers will work and extend an earlier set that I use on the run out table; the others worked great when I've used them.
Jim on Dec 11, 2017
Making a board that needs to slide over a table top smoothly.
John C on Feb 19, 2018
I'm going to make a large lazy susan for my shop
John S on Jan 29, 2018
Will be ripping several knotty pine ship lap boards for pine chests for grand daughters an these rollers will work and extend an earlier set that I use on the run out table; the others worked great when I've used them.
Jim on Dec 11, 2017
Making a 42" lazy Susan
David B on Oct 11, 2017
I have purchased them before and they work great.
Godwin B on Jul 19, 2017
on my saw out feed
David V on May 14, 2017
I purchased a set a while back. They worked very well, and I need two more sets, so I am getting them now.
William C on Apr 3, 2017
seem to be sturdy, and quiet with graphite>
David W on Feb 6, 2017
Building a large, rotating assembly table.
Timothy S on Feb 1, 2017
I need one set for a jigsaw puzzle table I built for my wife. The other set is for a riser that swivels for my recliner.
John A on Dec 29, 2016
Constructing hot tub cover deck with rolling cover removal design.
Joseph W on Nov 3, 2016
outfeed table
Steve J on Sep 14, 2016
i have my own setup for large pieces and need these to allow the large pieces to come off the table saw smoothly.
nicholas s on May 15, 2016
Use for wood rollers
John H on Apr 9, 2016
Plan to make a rotating spray paint table.
N K on Feb 8, 2016
Move stock around in both directions.
Henry S on Jan 18, 2016
Economical way to provide feed support for multiple tools
paul c on Jan 3, 2016
I need to set them up yet.
smoker54 on Dec 31, 2015
Christmas display project. Moving figures will turn on rollers.
Thomas C on Nov 8, 2015
I weld my own roller supports attached to table saw, radial arm saw, etc. and these are better than rollers, especially for one-person handling of big panels, when attached to any built stands, supports, etc.
Donald W on Oct 30, 2015
Only small bearing roller option
jimmy h on Sep 14, 2015
Looked every where for these. Rockler was only place where I found them.
Robert C on Aug 28, 2015
They look well made
Lawrence M on Aug 9, 2015
To make a rolling tray for under shelf storage. Low profile was needed
John B on May 13, 2015
To fabricate table saw outfeed table
Charles N on Apr 28, 2015
I'm going to make a large lazy susan for my shop
John S on Jan 29, 2018
Making a 42" lazy Susan
David B on Oct 11, 2017
What are the dimensions (h,l,w) of both rollers sizes ?
sasdm on Jun 2, 2016
Is there a weight rating for the casters?
Krissam on Jan 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The bearings will handle anything you can lift by hand. As depicted in the picture however; they don't work well with narrow boards. Narrow material has a tendency to fall off to the side of the bearings. They are much better suited for sheet stock. Use a rolling pin type for boards.
What height allowance should I make for these rollers above the base they're attached to?
A shopper on Apr 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 20815 is 13/16" high, 20822 is 1-3/16" high.
Are these made out of Stainless steel?
A shopper on Jul 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The mounting flanges have a textured surface (probably not SS); the balls have highly polished finish ; however, all components are highly magnetic - so it is not the 18/8 (chromium/nickel) grade SS;
Would these make suitable casters for a washer / dryer pedestal?
A E on Aug 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Poobably not; weight would be apllied as point contacts on the floor and may indent surface (wood, vinyl) or leave marks (ceramic or porcelain tiles)
do you have any smaller size?
carl m on May 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 1" and the 5/8" are the only ones we have
If put into the bottom of wooden legs on an ottomom that weighs about 50 pounds, will the allow it to be moved a few feet on wood floors?
Bob S on Jun 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am using for infeed on my table saw for large sheets of plywood. Do not know how your purpose will work, would the steel ball mar the wood floor?
I'm looking for something like these ball bearing low profile rollers to put on the feet of my trex bar chair on my patio? I'm finding it difficult to scooch my chair to the table.
Clint S on Apr 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They probably will work if the bottom legs of your chair will accommodate the screw holes that are 1-1/2” apart. The accompanying wood screws are 1/2” long.
Jim D.
I am wondering if these rollers could be used to slide a 75lb full 31"x60" wood drawer on them. I would look to purchase a few packs and evenly space them O.C.?
daniel j on Aug 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, very easily. Be sure to space them so the front and back,plus side to side are even. I would space them no less them 12 inches apart.
Are these good for outdoor use or will they rust?
Samuel C on Feb 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have never had mine outside. That would be a question for the manufacturer.
What is the distance between the two screw holes on the 5/8 inch model?
Jeremy on Feb 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Approximately 1-5/8"
I need rollers that when mounted on steel plate will support 500 lbs of weight and roll on a concrete floor. Will these rollers work in that scenario?
Nathan D on Feb 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I do not believe these rollers will work as you want. I believe the concrete floor will wear the ball of the roller so they will not turn. Also, the support 500 lbs you will need a lot of the rollers. MB
Wanting to attach these to the bottom of an indoor field hockey goal, just don't know what size I need. Goal made with 1.5" pvc pipe. For easy movement?
Timothy S on Dec 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are supplied in two sizes (viz. 5/8" & 1" diameter ball bearings); once the surface is relatively smooth and hard, either size should work.
Note: the goal posts would shift with very little effort; mounting a few equally spaced units on the rear horizontal ground bar only may solve that issue