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Rockler Card Table Leg Brackets

Item #
63198
Rating:
60% of 100
Rockler Card Table Leg Brackets
Rockler Card Table Leg Brackets
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  1. Rockler Card Table Leg Brackets
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  3. Includes 6 pairs of table aligners per pack with screws
Total price: $0.00

Card Table Leg Brackets firmly lock card table legs open for stability and allow them to fold up easily. Solidly built for durability and are reversible right or left.

(2) Rockler Card Table Leg Brackets
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.7500
Tech Spec
  • Use with 1-1/4" to 1-3/4" square legs
  • Requires minimum apron height of 1-1/2"
Hardware Type Leg Brackets
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3.0 / 5.0
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Nice Hardware
These are nice pieces that almost instantly solve a tough design hurdle. The Leg Brackets are well made and function nicely IF you get them installed correctly. The instructions are short on detail so I'd like to add a few comments. The "template" that's included with the parts call for the pivot hole to be drilled 13/16" from the side of the leg. That's fine and it works well as long as you realize it always means from the OUTSIDE of the leg. I included a few pics that show I had to stack the legs in the folded position so the brackets on one side of the table are installed opposite of the brackets on the other side of the table. That's no problem, they work either way. HOWEVER you have to remember to still drill the pivot hole 13/16" from the OUTSIDE of the leg regardless of the side. They also suggest drilling a pilot hole for the locking stud 13/16" from the outside of the leg when you drill the pilot hole. If you miss that dimension by any amount when you finish installing the hardware the leg will not be straight. I found it easier to install the hardware, turn the table bottom side up, square the leg to 90 degrees, line up the locking device, and then drill the pilot hole. My legs came out exactly 90 degrees to the top. Nice hardware just take care.
Legs stacked
13/16" to the pivot hole centerline from the outside of the leg
13/16" to the pivot hole centerline from the outside of the leg on the other side of the table
November 15, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
This bracket was just the right...
This bracket was just the right design to replace a broken hinge on an old card table. Since I was replacing only one, it was nice to have the option of having the leg fold in either direction. The only problem I had was getting the leg to lock exactly in the vertical position as the leg was tapered. I solved the problem by marking the location for the sliding pin after installing the bracket so I could tell when the leg was aligned correctly. The leg is now very sturdy (especially compared to the other three with old brackets).
November 18, 2008
Very sturdy and perfect for our...
Very sturdy and perfect for our application. Wish they were sold in a four-pack (what table has only two legs?); I didn't read carefully and had to place a second order to complete the table!
January 19, 2008
added a screw
I added an additional hole in the corner of the bracket in order to stabilize the leg
March 2, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Good replacement
Used this leg to replace one damaged one on my teak table. Had to modify its placement some to get it to the same height as the others and still function. Good equipment, next time I would just replace all 4 legs so it would look the same, but it functions nicely as is.
November 27, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
table legs brackets
used them on a custom made ping pong table. had to adjust the slide bracket so that it would lock in the down position, but other wise they seem to be working just fine.
April 23, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I made a domino table with...
I made a domino table with folding legs, I used Rockler's folding brackets. And I was amazed how sturdy the legs were, I will be using Rockler's folding brackets on more customers tables.
March 10, 2012
If I hadn't read other reviews...
If I hadn't read other reviews I would have order only 2 legs. The assumption would be that a table needs 4 legs (or at least 3) to work. Instructions were adequate.
January 26, 2009
These brackets work well and I'll...
These brackets work well and I'll use them again, but I'd like a higher quality finish other than nickel to accent the nice material used in the finished table.
January 18, 2008
I purchased these for a flip-up...
I purchased these for a flip-up table project and I love them. They support lots of weight and fold up easy. I would recommend them.
December 31, 2007
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Why did you choose this?
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I needed a more solid leg connection for a custom made table
Ray N on Dec 15, 2018
They look strong.
John D on Apr 7, 2018
I needed a more solid leg connection for a custom made table
Ray N on Dec 15, 2018
making a coustum table with legs
Anthony N on May 9, 2018
They look strong.
John D on Apr 7, 2018
only place I can get them. why dont you package 4 in a pack, since most tables have 4 legs?
John S on Feb 14, 2018
I need them for someone who has some card tables that their father build but did not have the hardware for the legs. I looked at the reviews and am concerned that there were some customers who were not happy.
John S on Feb 5, 2018
Looks like it will work.
Scott F on Jan 8, 2018
I have used them before.
Fil F on Dec 12, 2017
going to craft a Card Table
Henry on Dec 4, 2017
Patio project
Cgeorge1 on Oct 26, 2017
For plans from Popular Mechanics "Fair Play" card table.
James L on Jul 25, 2017
because it locks and looks like it will do well for a small folding childrens bench
Carl A on Jul 19, 2017
I needed a simple to install very stable bracket for the table I was making
Martin C on Feb 5, 2017
I think it is the right fit for a puzzle table I am making.
luke K on Nov 29, 2016
My Father recommend these brackets. He used them for his table and liked them.
Margaret G on Oct 22, 2016
Made a mistake. This is a miserable product. they are to flimsy to work and the instruction are very unclear.
Maynard B on Sep 20, 2016
I purchased them before and installed them on a domino table weighing 35 lbs in 2012 and still to this day they are still sturdy.
Antonio A on Aug 6, 2016
legs to kitchen table of mobile home
Kenneth S on Aug 4, 2016
The brackets may solve a fit problem in a new product design.
Ronald M on Jul 17, 2016
Used in the past. Works great!
Randall A on Jun 30, 2016
I have used it before and because it locks in both the up/down position it is exactly what
I need for use on a knitting table for my wife and it's very safe for this application.
MICHAEL O on Feb 2, 2016
Sturdy and easy to install. Work very smoothly. Recommend.
Scott on Feb 1, 2016
I have used them before and they work great.
Antonio A on Aug 3, 2015
Daughter in law wants a table with folding legs. These brackets seem to be the more sturdy.
Robert W on Jul 9, 2015
need to make a table for son in law he could fold and put in their camper
STEPHEN N on Jun 10, 2015
made wall table for brother-in-law. he wanted it hinged to wall and these work great.
Joseph on Apr 24, 2015
making a coustum table with legs
Anthony N on May 9, 2018
only place I can get them. why dont you package 4 in a pack, since most tables have 4 legs?
John S on Feb 14, 2018
A bit confusing. Does this order have 2 complete brackets? It says a pair. Item #63198. Sincerely, Fred
Fred B on Jun 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: A pair is for 2 legs and there are a pair in each package. The answer above is wrong. You need 2 packages for a 4 legged table.
I notice you say 22.95 a pair. I need to fix all four legs how many pair do I need?
Ron Y on Sep 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Two pair
Would these stabilize a 1920-30's era Scissor! leg folding card table?
FLEALINEMOM on Aug 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I made my grandson a 4x4 ,18" high train table and they worked great for stable retractable legs so fit under his bed
What gauge steel are the Rockler Card Table Leg Brackets made of?
Daniel D on Jul 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I can't tell the gauge, but I will tell you that properly installed they are sturdy and strong. I build poker and domino tables (average weight of table Is 43 lbs and they hold) the tables don't wobble at all. Its not flimsy metal.
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