Heavy duty metal folding table legs suitable for foldable tables and for tables with a single column. The simple and robust release mechanism enables an easy folding, handling and a stable stand. Great for applications where you only need 1 leg (kitchen islands, RV homes) or a full set of four folding table legs. Easy to use commercial grade pull release mechanism allows the leg to fold into a positive locked position when opened or closed. Simple to use, great for convenient storage, and comes in multiple finishes.
Height: 35"Finishes: Black, Brushed Steel, Polished ChromeDiameter: 2-3/8" (6mm)Mounting plate: 5" x 6-5/8" x 1-1/4"Folding mechanism: Commercial grade release mechanism enables an easy folding operation.Leg in folded position requires about 4-1/4" (see image)Leveler foot: Black ABS plastic foot allows additional 1" upward height adjustment for uneven floorsOptional leveler foot in brushed steel, 2-3/4" dia., 1/2" thick gives a high-end look and allows for 1/2" of upward adjustment4 lbs.vertical load rating per legLegs can be custom cut to your required heightSold as single leg
Get these folding legs custom cut to as low as 1" and still have full adjustability.
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