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Clinch Nut Plates

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Use these durable clinch nut plates to easily mount straight table legs. The extra heavy gauge cold-rolled steel plate creates a rock-solid, removable assembly. Use with a 5/16" hanger bolts (not included). Sold in packs of four.

(4) Clinch nut plates
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.4500
Tech Spec
  • Extra heavy duty steel
  • 2-5/8" square with 13/16" x 13/16" corner cut-offs
  • Requires 5/16" hanger bolt (not included)
Discountable Yes
4.4 / 5.0
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Clinch Nut Plates
Not much to say about these. They work well
June 30, 2019
8 months ago
Worked great, easy to install and so far (its just been a week) are holding up well
March 25, 2019
11 months ago
clinch nut plates
they were just what I was looking for
January 9, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
I make sport tables and these work perfectly for me. The other brands that are available end up being defective for my needs.
March 30, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Simple, effective
These perform exactly as advertised.
January 6, 2016
over 4 years ago
they did the job I needed to
March 10, 2016
over 4 years ago
Not strong enough
Stronger than the Home Depot version, but still too weak to support heavier pieces, like credenzas or bookshelves. I was able to break the plate with just an 8" leg attached.
November 24, 2017
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
table too short, adding pretty legs.
Lauren W on Aug 29, 2019
Needed some plates to mount some Bun feet that I have owned for years
bob on May 30, 2019
table too short, adding pretty legs.
Lauren W on Aug 29, 2019
Building table
Russell B on Aug 13, 2019
Needed some plates to mount some Bun feet that I have owned for years
bob on May 30, 2019
need for furniture feet
Richard D W on Apr 28, 2019
Had similar product that failed. The 5/16" nut ripped off the stamped mild steel plate. Only needed one but had to buy a package of four
William O on Nov 12, 2018
The original broke on our table
Joseph K on Feb 23, 2018
mount legs to table
Christopher S on Feb 7, 2018
I have used these before, they are solid and work perfectly for all my projects.
Paul M on Nov 5, 2017
The only plate available
James O on Sep 21, 2017
fixing up something for granddaughter's wedding
Linda R. R on Aug 16, 2017
Attaching legs to support a 4' 3/4" plywood shelf on which a large sewing macine will be placed for my quilt making wife!
Carl C on Jul 6, 2017
needed heavy duty plates. Hope these do the job
Ben H on Mar 2, 2017
See above.
Gordon B C on Nov 26, 2016
Needed for a repair.
G U on Sep 22, 2016
to replace a broken one.
Kevin C on May 6, 2016
The company that I was buying from went out of business. These plates are great and work fine
steve z on Mar 8, 2016
neede mounts that were strong
Paul F on Aug 13, 2015
I had legs with hanger bolts already in them. That i wanted to use
Michael M on Jul 11, 2015
pricing n ajoin of my amazon made it quicker to checkout .NICE!!!!
genoveva p on Jul 10, 2015
Replacing table leg attachment hardware. Picked this type to make table more stable.
Tony E on Apr 9, 2015
To repair an old sewing machine cabinet that was hand made by my great uncle 50 years ago for my grandmother. The old leg hardware needs to be replaced.
Jesse Y on Apr 8, 2015
Building table
Russell B on Aug 13, 2019
need for furniture feet
Richard D W on Apr 28, 2019
what is the height of plate
Ronny on Mar 22, 2016
I am looking for a plate that will attach a leg that will be on a angle. Do you have anything like that?
neil d on Dec 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They actually make an angled plate just for that reason. You can try True Value Hardware. They offer it on their website, not sure if it's in their store stock or not.
can I get a smaller plate ?
A shopper on Jul 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: no, these are only offered in one size
What is the smallest diameter of leg that will work well with this plate?
OLIVER C. on Jan 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I think the plate has options on what size lag to use.. I was able to conceal the plate so it never showed and the legs I made for the project I use the plates for were 4 inches in diameter. The plate worked well for the project I built.. maybe 2 inches in diameter would be the smaller or
So got a 6 1/2' x 4' × 1 1/2" oak dining table, I have 3 1/2" sq legs I need to mount. These seem small, any suggestions?
Brandon T on Oct 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I used these for a similar sized table and they have worked out just fine.
I want to attach legs to the curved convex surface on the under-side of a curved stool; like this _( The clinch plates that Rockler sells are for flat surfaces. Suggestions???
Tommy on Aug 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: How convex of a surface is it? What type of wood? If the curvature is not excessive (eg < 1/8 gap at edge of plate) and the wood is strong (eg maple, oak, etc) then I think the plate will flex enough to seat up against the stool. I'd give it a try, and if it doesn't work, unscrew the plate and put a blob of two part epoxy filler on the area and then reattach using the same holes. Quickly scrape away the excess before it hardens so you will have less to sand. When the epoxy dries you essentially have a custom made concave shim attached to the underside of the plate, perfectly mirroring the stool contour. Alternatively you could also router or carve a flat area in the underside of the stool in each place where you will mount plates. Do either of these help?
Is there 4 in a pack?
Randy F on Jun 13, 2016
I need a plate that will attach a square leg (not round) to my table top. I noticed that these plates have a rounded part in their middle.Will they work for me?
fred p on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We used these plates to attach square legs to our table. The legs were approximately 3 inches square. The round part provides a smooth surface for the leg to tighten against. We used these for a dining table with legs about 3 feet tall. The design of the table did not allow rails between the legs and because of the length of the legs and the weight of the table, it took extra work to steady the legs. These would have worked better for us on something like a coffee table with shorter legs or if we could have attached rails between the legs to steady them.
Is this suitable for a 45 mm round table legs ???
Ken T on Feb 20, 2018
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