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Banquet Table legs 29" High x 24" Wide (per set)

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Banquet Table legs 29" High x 24" Wide (per set) Banquet Table legs 29" High x 24" Wide (per set)
Banquet Table legs 29" High x 24" Wide (per set)
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  1. Replace your damaged table legs or build your own banquet table
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  3. Strong, attractive supports for banquet tables.
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Replace your damaged table legs or build your own banquet table. The banquet table legs are constructed of 1" diameter 19 gauge steel tubing providing sturdy support. The banquet table legs come in sets of two, enough for one table.

(1) Set of Banquet Table Legs
(1) Package of mounting screws
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number APF-B(30 PER SKID)
Weight 8.9500
Tech Spec
  • Finish: Black
  • Width: 24"
  • Height: 29''
  • 1" diameter tubing
  • 19 gauge steel tubing
  • 500 lb load rate
  • Plastic non-slip leg tips
  • All around weld on all joints
Technical Documents
Hardware Type Legs
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Great product
Just what I needed. Shipping was on time and it arrived in a timely manner.
March 20, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Worked as I hoped they would. Easy to install and use.
November 14, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
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Why did you choose this?
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First set worked great. Need another table so need another set.
Bobbi H on Dec 15, 2018
Excellent for home made hobby tables and layout surfaces (2X4s and plywood). Dowel inserts in legs can be used to elevate work surface. Very stable legs, especially when tables are connected to each other.
Jim S on Aug 1, 2018
First set worked great. Need another table so need another set.
Bobbi H on Dec 15, 2018
Need to make a table. Just a hint, if you have or get a used hollow core door, like a closet drawer, it makes a sturdy but light weight table to use for large parties. Tables you can buy are nice but so heavy.
Bobbi H on Nov 29, 2018
Excellent for home made hobby tables and layout surfaces (2X4s and plywood). Dowel inserts in legs can be used to elevate work surface. Very stable legs, especially when tables are connected to each other.
Jim S on Aug 1, 2018
Building a new dining room table that seconds as a gaming table. Needed legs for the lift-off surface to reveal the gaming surface.
Christopher R on Jul 27, 2018
the weight of wood would be greator
John A M on Jun 14, 2018
I have a small Formica countertop that I no longer need in the kitchen - this will let me convert it into a folding craft table.
Peter S on Feb 25, 2018
Built a table top for starting plants from seed. Since it's a table for seasonal use, the folding legs will allow easy storage.
Stephen M on Sep 17, 2017
Replacing a set that I have used for 10 years.
Brian R on Dec 18, 2016
Need to make a table. Just a hint, if you have or get a used hollow core door, like a closet drawer, it makes a sturdy but light weight table to use for large parties. Tables you can buy are nice but so heavy.
Bobbi H on Nov 29, 2018
Building a new dining room table that seconds as a gaming table. Needed legs for the lift-off surface to reveal the gaming surface.
Christopher R on Jul 27, 2018
Can this be used for a 3 ft by 6 ft table top?
George V on Aug 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I put these legs on a prefab countertop section that was 25.5" x 48.5" - it took some careful fitting to allow the legs to fold completely. You should be fine with 3' x 6' - but others would be wise to look carefully at the size of their top surface to make sure the legs will fold completely. The stamped-metal leg braces may have sharp edges - I had to file mine down. Check yours carefully.
can this be used on a 4x8 sheet of plywood? I want to make a ho train layout.
mike g on Jan 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Probably not, the table legs at the edge of the plywood would make the "table" to tip with very little pressure on either end. We used these table legs for a 70 in round table. Also, you would need another board under the 4x8 to attach the screws to the table base.
How big would a table have to be to accommodate these legs when they’re folded?
Lynn E on Apr 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I mounted them at the edges of a 5' long table, which left me 6 inches of clearance between the two sets of legs when folded. So 4'6" would seem the limit if everything was cut and laid out precisely.
How flat are these when folded?
Jathkajoe on Nov 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are about an inch. Foldup nice and fluid motion, they click into place and hold. We use them on a substantially heavy table and they have worked great :-)
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