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yellowtruck75

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745 days ago

Could someone direct me towards a good place to get lazy Susan hardware. I am looking to build a few to sell with cutting boards at my next show.


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Gary

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#1 posted 745 days ago

LeeValley or Rockler… Lots of the regular supply places carry the hardware

-- Gary, DeKalb Texas only 4 miles from the mill

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#2 posted 745 days ago

beat me to it … also try mcmaster.com for heavy duty

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#3 posted 745 days ago

What they said plus woodcraft and look on amazon.com. Big box stores and many local hardware stores.

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#4 posted 744 days ago

Thanks everyone, I didin’t know if the hardware was different for different style lazy susans.

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#5 posted 744 days ago

AFAIK, there’s not that many makers of the hardware.
I bought lazy susans on 3 separate occasions from woodcraft, mcfeelys and ebay. All were made by the same maker, in the USA.

Mcfeely’s will probably be the best deal with their $1 shipping deal.

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#6 posted 744 days ago


I have always had good luck with little bearings...


They are nice for Finishing platforms too… for spraying, etc.

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#7 posted 744 days ago

Yep, that’s what I bought mine for. Works great.

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