I'm going to be buying a new nightstand that I plan on fitting with
casters (I use a wheelchair for mobility and need to be able to move
the table out of the way easily, the floor is linoleum). One of the
tables I'm considering is listed at http://www.mybobs.com/Balboa.aspx .
The legs on that table are 2" x 2" wide. I was checking out casters at
believe the best stem to use would be the grip neck stem, model
MS-2719, listed under casters for wood furniture. Does that look like
it will do the job? My concern is, after drilling the hole and
inserting the stem and casters, would the 2 inch legs on the table be
able to handle the lateral load should table be pushed into an
obstacle, such as a power cord or coaxial TV cable?
Another nightstand I was considering is listed at
http://www.mybobs.com/Summit.aspx on which I'd use the inside corner
bracket to mount the casters. Out of the two tables/casters listed, is
there one that's more sturdy than the other or are they both about the
Also, do the polymer and felt furniture feet like the ones listed at
as advertised, i.e. the commercial showing two people easily pushing a
fully loaded entertainment center?
Thanks in advance for any info you can provide!