|Forum topic by woodify||posted 81 days ago||482 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
81 days ago
I brought a used kitchen base cabinet that is 11.5 ft long made of pine and plywood. It was build as one piece so I can’t (nor want to split it in two) . Water runs towards the wall where the cabinet is going when the wife parks in the garage during the winter (snow and slush melt). The wall has a ledge that prevents the base cabinet from being hung on the wall.
I was thinking about installing casters on the base cabinet to keep it out of the occasional water in the winter and to clean the saw dust occasionally.
I was thinking I’d need 8 casters (2 casters front and back spaced approx. 3 ft apart)
Would straight casters work on something 11.5ft long? or would I need swivel casters in the back and double locking in the front?
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