feet for flexi rack

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  1. BrianAe

    BrianAe Second Unit

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    Thinking of building a flexi rack. I've looked through all the old posts but what's not clear to me is what simple methods do people use for finishing off the feet. Are there castors or spikes that can just screw onto the threaded rod? Or even maybe just rubber plugs that will slide over?

    Thanks for your help guys.
     
  2. Troy R

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    I just put acorn nuts on the bottom of mine. similar to a spike, they just don't pierce the carpet.

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  3. David-S

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    I used acorn nuts as well.. on a side note, they make it fairly easy to move the flexi (they slide well once it gets moving)
     
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    I have the same feet for my flexy as Bob. I think that is where I got the idea. 5/8" rubber feet that screw on the bottom.
     
  6. Allen Ross

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    i also have the rubber feet, they add a nice touch and match the satin black of my flexy
     

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