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Wood Technology 5312.001.061
Item 148841

Cabinet Leg Levelers, Pair

$6.99

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Qty 1-3 4+
Each $6.99 $5.94

If you're building cabinets for the house or the shop, these leg levelers can save you time and money. They're an easily installed alternative to the traditional kick box found under most cabinets...

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If you're building cabinets for the house or the shop, these leg levelers can save you time and money. They're an easily installed alternative to the traditional kick box found under most cabinets and have a 3/4” height adjustment that makes leveling a snap. Use one at each corner for that traditional look or for a permanent installation, mount a ledger board to the wall, screw the cabinet to it - then use the legs to support and level the front of the cabinet. Leave as is or install a toe-kick to hide. Each leg will support 250 lbs. Made in Italy.



  • Perfect for cabinets or shelving units
  • Leg levelers provide access for electrical and plumbing installations, also great for cleaning
  • Adjustable base foot
  • Toe board clip
  • 2 per package

Reviews

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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Leg Leveler Actual Dimensions

    While I agree with the prior reviewer that specs would have been useful, it is essential to have correct numbers. Some information is in the Wood Technology catalog but it does not suffice for a carpenter's needs. Here are the important dimensions taken directly from the product. Height: 104mm, just shy of 4.125 inches; anchor diameter: 2.375 inches, this is the part that fastens to the underside of the cabinet; foot diameter: 2 inches, taken at widest part; rise: 0.75 inches making the leg 4.875 inches tall when fully extended. One must bore a 7/16 inch hole through each corner of the cabinet bottom for the centering anchor bolt one sees at the top of the leg anchor in the photo. The anchor takes 3 screws to on the underside of the cabinet. I hope this helps. Now I wonder how many years these things last under load? It would be nice if they could do 60 years or more. The thought does raise an eyebrow.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Size disription is not given

    My biggest complaint is that no dimensions were given. I viewed it on a couple other sites such as [...] and they gave a dimension of 5.5" so [...] I started to build the cabinets. I assumed and made myself look foolish, these adjust from 4.25" to 5" now why couldn't that have been placed in the ad? Good thing I purposely cut things 1" long just in case!

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