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From: Livermore, CA
Aug 31, 2009
What is this made of? And what is it meant to be used for? I need a ball bearing base for my glass patio table (with hole in the middle) lazy susan.
This base is made up of aluminum. This is to replace old or broken bases so that the tops are able to spin.
From: Fortworth, TX
Feb 17, 2010
How much weight will this hold?
This base is capable of supporting any 16" lazy susan.
May 5, 2010
can this be used on patio furniture with the hole in the middle? If not do you sell one that can be used for this?
This is a replacement base to be used with the top part of a lazy susan. This base can be used with your patio furniture as long as you have a top that has a hole in it.
Sorry, but we currently do not sell the lazy susan tops with a hole in the middle.
From: New Jersey
Aug 27, 2011
Can i use this base to rotate a high definition receiver
Maybe if you had a board sitting in between the lazy suzan and the receiver then it may work. Just the lazy suzan itself I would not recommend it. This really isn't what it was designed for.
From: San Diego
Jan 14, 2012
Can I use this as a lazy susan base for a round piece of solid granite without any holes?
Hi. If you are unable to screw any holes into the granite, perhaps some kind of adhesive or non-skid pad would work.
From: Napa, CA
Jun 5, 2012
Will this hold the weight of a wooden wine barrel lid?
Hi. I'm not sure of the weight of the lid, so I can't say for sure. People have been using this for all sorts of things like a display rack turner and computer tower turner. Thanks!
Oct 29, 2013
How much weight can this base support?
Hello, this information is currently unable to be determined. It can however support any 16" lazy susan. Thank you!
From: Live Oak, FL
Nov 6, 2013
Can this base be used with a glass top?
Hello, this product can be used with an 16" lazy susan. Thank you!