Metal table legs for the home office are functional , sharp looking, sturdy legs at reasonable prices and built to handle heavy loads, and are now available as a single. They make great replacement table legs in the home office, desks or even kitchen tables. Mounting hardware and installation instructions are included.
Height: 28" (710mm) Finishes: Alumina (ridged), Black, Black glossy, Brushed steel, Polished brass, Polished chrome,Â White Diameter: 2-3/8" (60mm) Leveler foot allows additional 1" upward height adjustment for uneven floors 220 lbs. (100kg) vertical load rating per leg Legs can be custom cut to your desired height (in 1/8" increments) and still be adjustable for uneven floors Sold as single
Our standard 28" height metal table legs, with a standard diameter of 2-3/8" are height adjustable with built-in levelers. Have us custom cut these office legs to your height for just $5.00 per leg and still retain full leveling capability. Great for retrofits, including computer desks, tables or home office and conference desks. Very sturdy, holds up to 220 lbs. vertical load rating per leg.
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