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Folding Game Table Legs

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These easy-to-install legs are perfect for picnic tables, display tables, card tables, ping-pong tables and more. They fold easily and include all needed screws and plastic floor protectors.

(4) Folding Game Table Legs
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Brand Rockler
Weight 7.7000
Tech Spec
  • 1" tubular legs, height 28-1/2".
Hardware Type Legs
4.2 / 5.0
31 Reviews
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Game Table Legs
Stable legs I used a solid wood table top with wood apron. It is a heavy table but it is stable. The only problem was that I had built the top before purchasing the legs. Almost a problem as the spec's for the legs do not indicate the minimum dimensions for the table top. It was a tight fit for the narrow dimension of the table top. It is not a square top.
October 10, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Building a game table
My husband wanted to repurpose a very strong thick piece of wood that had been covering a window in my darkroom. He is very pleased with this product. The legs work and look great. He said they were easy to install.
August 14, 2019
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Will Continue to purchase for my tables
July 30, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great Legs from Rockler
Legs were used on a 36" x 36" game / puzzle table for the family room. The legs are stronger than expected. An improvement would be a better finish on the folding mechanisms and legs
March 13, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Sturdy and stable leg set
These legs sets are very well made and strong.
Make sure your table top is thick enough for the screws provided.

Very reasonable price
July 24, 2016
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Folding Table Legs
I purchased these legs install on a ping pong table for the inner legs. They were very easy to install. However, as one of the other customers stated, the hole closest to the leg is too close. When you fold up the leg, it hits the top of the screw and doesn't fold flat. I had to drill a hole further away. As a matter of fact, I drilled a third hole on both sides of the bracket for additional strength. These legs were about 5/8" shorter than the original outside legs of the table so I will have to find a way to extend them or put blocks underneath. This table is fairly heavy and the legs seem pretty sturdy.
April 13, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great folding table legs
I used these on a 4 ft octagon card table. The table is a heavy table and I was not sure if they would be strong enough. I am totally satisfied.......
March 16, 2016
over 3 years ago
sturdy and solid
I've installed these legs and they work great. However, I overlooked one thing, the minimal dimensions for a card table w/ these legs should be at least 36 X 36 so they can fold flat onto the underside of the table.
June 9, 2015
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product, used for a table...
Great product, used for a table that weighs about 50 pounds and it holds up nice. may need to drill holes in the bracket depending on what your using for but very easy material to drill through.
March 11, 2012
For the money these are great...
For the money these are great table legs. They come packed in a large box with all the hardware for installation. The brackets that mount to the table have many mounting holes for various installation options. Not all of the holes will be used. Especially the hole directly under where the leg is hinged to the bracket. Putting a screw here will keep the leg from folding all the way in.
September 13, 2011
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Why did you choose this?
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I am making a camping table. I wanted it to be compact and easy to set up.
Judith T on Sep 18, 2019
I’ve always trusted Rockler and the tools and products I’ve previously ordered have been high quality. And, the reviews of these table legs are very good.
Edwin B on Jun 21, 2019
I am making a camping table. I wanted it to be compact and easy to set up.
Judith T on Sep 18, 2019
Building a card table for my family.
John H on Sep 17, 2019
I’ve always trusted Rockler and the tools and products I’ve previously ordered have been high quality. And, the reviews of these table legs are very good.
Edwin B on Jun 21, 2019
To replace flimsy table legs on a RV dinner table
Jeff S on Jun 18, 2019
I am part of a LEGO Train club that has used these legs for 15+ years at many shows. The legs have never let us down! Time to make more tables!
Scott Lyttle A on Feb 14, 2019
Making a smallish collapsible work bench, these look like they will work great.
Conrad L on Feb 6, 2019
Need to fix game table
Grace A on Sep 20, 2018
good product easy install
Miguel D on Jul 31, 2018
Looks like it suits my project
Fisodriver on May 14, 2018
Legs to be used for a small work table.
Richard T on Mar 11, 2018
Robustness of design and legs fold flat out of sight when stowed.
Eric E on Dec 27, 2015
best option
Efrain F on Dec 9, 2015
WE have a ping pong table top that fits over a pool table.<br />WE sold the pool table and need legs for the ping pong table tops.<br />Perfect solution.
Gene N on Nov 16, 2015
We need a "extension " table at holiday time for our growing family, this will work great with table top my husband cut out!
mike d on Aug 28, 2015
Rockler matched and beat a price match! Great service
Eddy H on May 12, 2015
I chose this product because it had mounting capabilities for side mounts or top mounting. Others I looked at had mounting for side mounting only, which I could not use.
Mark M on May 5, 2015
Exactly what I needed for the job I was working on
Building a card table for my family.
John H on Sep 17, 2019
To replace flimsy table legs on a RV dinner table
Jeff S on Jun 18, 2019
What is the max weight capacity you would recommend for these?
And maximum size of table?

The table I plan to use it with has the following dimensions:
35.75 inches wide
47-70.5 inches long

Two removable leaves:
11.75 inches each

It's an older table from the 80's still in great shape and has a hefty weight to it (best guess - 20-30 lbs) + people leaning on it during a game. I lost the original metal legs and brackets and the replacement wood one's we built for it aren't holding up.
Jonathan A on Feb 29, 2016
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BEST ANSWER: I had a very nice desk top I had saved from a desk that the legs, hutch and side pieces got damaged by movers but I kept the top. I needs a cutting work table for my sewing room. It had to be lower than an average table. Bought a set of these legs as they can be set at several heights. They worked great for that and made a very nice sturdy table. It is about 5 ft long by 30 inches wide and very heavy wood. I have used several sewing machines on it at one time and several of them are very heavy. It does not bow down and these legs are very very sturdy.
The two pictures for this product shown legs which are different. The table is shown with tapered metal aluminum brushed legs, the detail picture of the leg is shown as tubular and black. How is in reality?
Petre Dan on Aug 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are tubular and black - not tapered. The set comes with the four legs, screws (four per leg) and four rubber feet that fit on the bottom of the legs. I have bought probably 50 sets over the last few years for an active train model train club to use on our club tables. Quality has always been good and I have never received a set without all the materials in it. Hope that helps.
how big (in inches, l x w ) are the upper brackets that hold the leg to the table? Can they be screwed straight up into the table top?
Jerry S on Sep 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are 7 inches long on each side (l shaped) and they are 1 inch wide on each side. They screw easily into a table top but make sure it has at least an 1 1/4 inches lip around the table to hide them.
How thin can the table top be? I have a plastic one that's 1/2 inch thick.
Mahmoud M on May 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Mahmoud, I think the question you'd need to ask yourself is whether the fasteners you'd need to use to attach the hardware would actually hold in 1/2" plastic. Although I haven't see the material itself, my guess is that 1/2" is pretty risky. You'd need to use the absolute longest (probably 1/2") screws that will not penetrate the top, and also of the largest gauge. But no matter how you do it, 1/2" is just not much material to screw into to support a leg.
what is the minimum size table i could make with these legs ? Can i use them on a table 30X30 and have the legs concealed underneath ?
Jose M on Oct 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello Jose,
I would recommend creating the table slightly bigger than that
30 inches will not leave you enough room I would recomend at least 31 X 31 this should give you about 1/2 inch of clearance given you use 3/4 inch edging on your table. Hope that helps answer your question.
Are these legs suitable for use on an outdoor table that may sometimes be left out in the rain?
Larry S on Jul 24, 2016
the table legs are painted and would take a bit of moisture from time to time. I would recommend coating them possibly with some exterior wax of some kind that will help reduce the chances of rust. I'm not sure how long in continuous weather they will hold up but are a very well made leg set. The other thing is to just repaint them from time to time with a rust inhibiting paint. wiping down with lacquer thinner before repainting if you've waxed as well. this will allow the paint a clean surface to adhere too. Hope this helps.
How do these legs fold? To the table center or along the edges and if so which way, left or right? on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They fold along the edges. If you have the table legs up in the air, I believe they fold to the right. I don't have any of the tables in front of me at the moment, so I am going off memory.
In which country is this made?
Leon Cleaner on Jan 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This item is Made in the USA
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