Lazy Susan 9" Round
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- 1.00 LBS
If you're looking for a 9" lazy susan turntable bearing for your next woodworking project, you'll want to check out Triangle's lazy susan steel round swivel bearings. They're zinc coated for rust resistance and have up to 500 lbs. weight capacity.
The 9" lazy susan turntable is a great choice for anyone looking for a stable and reliable product. With its large ball race design, it is perfect for use in any space. It is also pre-assembled, so there is no need to worry about rivets or binding. The 360 degree interlock feature prevents separation of moving parts, making it a very durable choice.
Our Lazy Susans turntables are of excellent quality.
Features Precision Ground 1/4" ball bearings that provide a smooth rotation. Solidly constructed.
Lazy Susan Turntable 9" Specifications:
- The bearings are Ungreased.
- Made of 22 gauge Steel Material.
- Overall Diameter is 9"
- The turntable is 5/16" thick.
- The mounting holes are 6.176" on center.
- The diameter of the center hole is 4.5"
- The load capacity is 750 pounds.
- The steel is finished with a pre-plated electrogalvanized finish.
- The maximum recommended table diameter is 35" with a suggested size of 17"-35".
Mounting a Lazy Susan Turntable Bearing
Step 1. If you're looking to mount a lazy susan turntable bearing, you'll first want to use the smallest holes as a template to mark the turntable. Once you've done that, remove the bearing and drill holes for self-tapping screws. You'll want to drill 5/32" holes for #6 self-tapping screws. Be sure to avoid contamination from sawdust, paint or any other foreign material.
Step 2. To mount a lazy susan turntable bearing, first lubricate the bearing balls with a small amount of heavy oil or grease. Next, select the center of the base where you want to mount the bearing and use #6 screws to secure it in place.
Step 3. To mount a lazy susan turntable bearing, first assemble the turning section to the bearing. Make sure to select fasteners of the proper length to avoid interference with the opposite side. Once everything is in place, simply tighten the screws. Enjoy your new, smoothly operating turntable!
There are several ways to mount a lazy susan turntable bearing. You can weld it, braze it, clamp it, or cement it. With the smaller size bearings, adhesives have been successful in eleminating the need for screws and bolts. It is important to use a suitable metal to wood adhesive or cement that will not get into the ball races.