Master Hard Floor CastersCasters
2.18" - 100 lb per Caster - Black - View Complete Details
Product Number: MAS23620
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Master Hard Floor Casters - Deluxe Futura Style casters are designed exclusively for euro-style" chairs. Specially designed 1-1/2" diameter neck fits 1-1/2" diameter chair bases (sold separately), creating the illusion of chair leg and caster being one unit. Use these 2-3/16" diameter casters with soft wheels on hard floors and chairmats. Weight rating is 100 lb. per caster. Casters include 7/16" x 7/8" B stems and 3/8" x 1" K stems."
- Contemporary design, strength and performance make these replacement casters an excellent choice for office and home furnishings.
- With appropriate stems and fasteners, each caster can be used on wood, metal and tubular metal chairs, furniture and other equipment.
- All casters carry the manufacturer’s guarantee against defects in material and workmanship.
- To ensure proper support and safe rolling, neck must fit 1-1/2" diameter chair base so that base and caster fit together as a solid unit.
- Weight rated: 100 lbs. per caster.
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Q:Are these coasters more or less gereric? My chair is a cheap office chair that I bought8 years ago for $69.00. I need a new set of coasters for this chair. The wheels look the same. I see your review is for five stars for this product.
Anna OlmstedAsked on 3/14/2013 by nutmeg from Albany NY
A:The casters are standard. What will determine if they will fit in your chair is the stem size. The two stem sizes included are sized 7/16" x 7/8" ("B" size) and 3/8" x 1" (K size). If one of those sizes will fit, these casters will work with your chair.Answered on 3/15/2013 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
Q:How to lock the stem in the wheel?Asked on 5/17/2011 by Anonymous
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