StemCaster Model L3
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Caster City ships all casters from Texas, Ohio, or Washington.
StemCaster Model L3 Chart (Click the Part Number to Order)
Desktop: When you put your mouse over the words in the wheel description column you see a picture of the wheel. Click on the part number in the Swivel and Rigid columns to see the complete caster.
Mobile: Hold down your finger on the chart and scroll to the right to click on the part number you would like to order.
We do NOT include mounting Hardware.
Click Links Below for 2D Drawing of Stem Caster Model L3:
TB Pedal on Side of Wheel
Wheel Brakes are not designed to hold on inclines.
5" Plain Bore Polyolefin wheel - Threaded Stem 3/8" - 16 x 1-1/2" | Caster For Wire Shelving
Wheels for the StemCaster Model L3
“You should never select on the basis of load capacity alone. There is no industry standard for load capacity ratings and they may not include a factor for abuse. Our capacity ratings are below what the casters are capable of carrying because most applications have less than perfect conditions. Please refer to the information shown at the bottom of this page. If you have any doubt as to which wheel or caster is the BEST choice for your application contact us for a recommendation.”
T-Nuts for Threaded Stems:
T-Nuts can be used to secure our threaded stem casters to wooden items. Here we show the typical use of the T-Nut for both a Horizontal and a Vertical Application.
In the Horizontal Application, you would drill a hole equal to the diameter of the barrel of the T-Nut and completely thru your wood. Hammer the T-Nut into the hole and thread your caster in from the bottom. This is the strongest mounting.
The Vertical Application is for attaching casters to the bottom of legs and into the end grain of the wood. This is not an exceptionally strong way to mount! Drill your hole equal to the diameter of the barrel of the T-Nut and to the depth of the length of the stem of the caster plus about 1/4″. Apply 2 part epoxy to the T-Nut for additional strength. Hammer the T-Nut into the hole and thread your caster in from the bottom. You must use epoxy as we have had problems with some woods where the nuts ( and the casters ) fall off.