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Welded Steel Bench/Chair Leg Set with Backrest, Unfinished

Create your own custom bench or chair with these sturdy steel legs—integrated backrest offers a bit of flex for added comfort.

Item #
67244
Rating:
40% of 100

It's easy to create your own custom bench or chair using these sturdy welded legs with integrated backrests. Just attach boards or slabs to the seat and backrest. These offer a bit of flex in the backrest, making for a very comfortable seat. The rear legs are angled for stability, and the steel tubing offers uncompromising strength. Made from unpainted raw steel, which will need to be coated with clear lacquer or metal paint to prevent rust. Alternatively, you can leave them raw and they will acquire a natural rust patina over time. Each leg set is pre-drilled and includes mounting hardware. Made in Canada.

Note: Please carefully consider the thickness of your lumber when building your bench/chair.

(1) Welded Steel Bench/Chair Leg Set with Backrest (2 welded assemblies)
(1) Pack of mounting hardware
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number 30206
Weight 27.5500
Tech Spec
  • Brand: Live Edge Timber Co.
  • Material: Steel
  • Coating: None
  • Seat Height (seat to floor): 16-1/4''
  • Backrest Height (backrest to seat): 17-3/4''
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The pre-drilled holes are spaced quite far apart. I had to drill new holes in order to mount the lumber. Two stars because of the added expense and time.
October 8, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
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to make chairs for a table I am making
Charles P on Sep 14, 2019
to make chairs for a table I am making
Charles P on Sep 14, 2019
Liked the look
michael l on Aug 13, 2019
Liked the look
michael l on Aug 13, 2019
What is the recommended span between the legs with 1 1/2 “ thick stock?
dave f on Aug 15, 2019