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Headbourne 8276E 3 inch Polyurethane Mag

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Specification: Headbourne 8276E 3 inch Polyurethane Mag

Manufacturer

‎Shepherd Hardware

Part Number

‎8276E

Item Weight

‎1.2 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎4.5 x 2.37 x 4 inches

Item model number

‎8276E

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

size

‎3 Inch

COLOR OPTIONS

‎Gloss Black

Style

‎Swivel Caster with Brake

Installation Method

‎Plate mount

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Included Components

‎Casters (4)

Batteries Included?

‎No

Batteries Required?

‎No

  • Designed with polyurethane material for non-marking floor protection
  • Total lock braking system ensures both the wheel and swivel rig are locked in place for ultra-stability
  • The durable mounting plate has four pre-drilled corner mounting holes for easy installation
  • Equipped with double ball-bearing swivel action
  • 100lb maximum capacity per caster
  • Dimensions: 1 inch wide x 3 inch wheel diameter / 2-3/8 inch x 2-3/8 inch mounting plate, 4 inch clearance height

8 reviews for Headbourne 8276E 3 inch Polyurethane Mag

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  1. Monica

    Excellent quality! I used these wheels on an old toy box and turned it into a coffee table. Perfect for what I needed.

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  2. Amazon Buyer

    Exactly what I need to lift an old school filing trunk a few inches off the ground. It is being repurposed as a coffee table. It’s extremely heavy so wheels were a must. The look and feel matches the mid century look I’m going for. They were relatively easy to install but screws must be purchased separately. Spent days look for the right caster. Glad I found these.

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  3. CarlF

    Solid, when built wheels that you don’t feel the need you have to hide. Very smooth rolling. I used them for a project where I elevated an old oak desk and used the casters to make the platform and desk mobile. The wheels handled the weight easily and when I lock the wheels, the unit is solid and stable

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  4. Kerry

    So I made a coffee table out of milk crates, and I had a very specific look that I was going for with it. I was a little hesitant in ordering these wheels, but I’m glad that I did because they are EXACTLY what I had in mind. They really took the whole thing to the next level, and they glide so smoothly across the carpet.

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  5. JT

    Nice casters. With kitchen remodel, I built an island from my old cabinets and used these casters. They roll nicely and don’t damage my new flooring (luxury vinyl plank). My island doesn’t yet have a countertop on it but it’s already heavy enough that the casters don’t roll on their own, the island stays in place, but I can move it when needed very easily so I don’t need to lock the casters but can if I want. I simply removed the “skirting” of the cabinet essentially removing the toe kick and the casters replaced the height of the tie kick perfectly so my island with a standard countertop (laminate, not thicker butcher block) will end up the same height as my cabinets and counters. These are 4″ total height, the same as a standard toe kick height. For this application, they made this project very easy and provide heavy duty, long lasting function.

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  6. Gustavo García

    Colgaré nuevas fotos cuando se acabe el proyecto, pero ahora comparto estás dos, la primera es un acercamiento al rin, la atención a los detalles es muy buena, gracias a la pintura los rines parecen de metal. La segunda foto muestra el sistema de freno, este traba la llanta y también la base, por lo tanto no gira y no camina.

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  7. Christa

    I needed a small low coffee table that could move out of the way. I took one of my old railway teak side tables, cut down the legs and then added the wheels. The table can now move effortlessly with one finger and the wheels can lock to stay put easily.
    I purposefully selected a bit oversized wheels as I wanted them to be a feature on the table.

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  8. Dylan key

    A better option than that Home Depot and Lowes offers. The wheels are plastic and unfortunately they do not come with the screws or washers. They come individually shrink wrapped in plastic. I’ve placed the wheels under a very large bar and it’s improved my bar by 100%! I can push it against the wall so my kids don’t get to the glasses, I can swivel it around with little effort.

    The plastic does feel very sturdy, I was just thinking the wheels would have a double rubber strip at the bottom but it’s okay the way are.

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    Headbourne 8276E 3 inch Polyurethane Mag
    Headbourne 8276E 3 inch Polyurethane Mag

    $60.00

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