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I'm looking for a 5" lazy susan. Doesn't need to support a lot of weight, maybe 50lbs tops.

Anyone have one they prefer over another?
 

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I'm looking for a 5" lazy susan. Doesn't need to support a lot of weight, maybe 50lbs tops.

Anyone have one they prefer over another?
Hi Brian, I have had this 6" one for so many years that it now has some rust on it and if you lived closer you could HAVE it with pleasure.
 

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Thanks all.

That one on Amazon looks pretty nice... might just be the ticket. Also checked out Mcmaster, didn't realize there were so many different types!!
 

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Thanks all.

That one on Amazon looks pretty nice... might just be the ticket. Also checked out Mcmaster, didn't realize there were so many different types!!

@BrianS, yes, they carry so many varieties of so many things it can almost cause buyers paralysis!
 
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I bought one of these cheapy things from *bay. It works great albeit a little rough but it's only for the workshop. I screw it to the bottom of an old 45cm x 45cm piece of 12mm mdf that I use for cutting on, then use that as a turntable when I'm finishing something like my clock.

Too rough for a dinner table lazy susan.
 

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Too rough for a dinner table lazy susan.
Very true!!! none of the above shown bearing are "quiet" The VXB's are considerably quieter than the stamped metal plate bearings.
 

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I bought one of these cheapy things from *bay. It works great albeit a little rough but it's only for the workshop. I screw it to the bottom of an old 45cm x 45cm piece of 12mm mdf that I use for cutting on, then use that as a turntable when I'm finishing something like my clock.

Too rough for a dinner table lazy susan.
I bought one of these for a rotating cutting mat I made for the quilting addict in the family... :smile: She's happy with it, so that's what matters most.
 
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