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HELP!! Need my AV stand raised!

Discussion in 'AV Stands, Cabinets, Seating & Furniture' started by TCD, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. TCD

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    Hi all, just purchased the Optimum 8003 LCD stand! I need to raise the stand a few millimetres off the ground so I can fit some equipment in the space between the floor and the bottom shelf!

    The stand has casters on the legs, I want to buy some of those 'cups' that the casters sit in. I am not sure what these are called either, are they caster cups or stands? I can not find any anywhere online and will shortly resort to going round my Mum's and stealing hers off the bottom of her couch!

    This will raise the stand enough, me thinks! I would like them in stainless steel if possible.

    Any idea where to get them from or any other suggestions of how to raise the stand.

    Cheers

    TCD
     
  2. F1Boy

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    Hello,

    I'm sure you can find those furntiure cup things in any of the catalogues that the lovely(?) people from Betterware etc post through our doors...?

    ...or Lakeland...

    ...or, we've got a set of stainless steel coasters - they'd do pretty much the same job - you can get them from most 'modern' homeware shops.

    Good Luck,

    Matt
     
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    You can get clear plastic caster cups in the hardware bit of Woolworths.
    A couple of quid and bob's your uncle, don't forget to leave enough clearance for ventilation.
     

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