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Swivel Barstool Seat Post Bushing

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This swivel post bushing fits a 1" round post and fits into a 1 5/8" round opening; overall height is 2 3/8". Sold individually. See Description and tabs below.

SKU: PFS-554
$8.00
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This swivel barstool post bushing fits a 1" round post and fits into a 1 5/8" round opening; overall height is 2 3/8". US standard size, not metric. The vertical flanges on this bushing make it more durable than other bushings with ring-type flanges. White only. Click on additional part views to help confirm if this is the item you need. 

FIXES: When a barstool seat wobbles, it needs a new swivel barstool seat post bushing. 

Sold individually. No minimum quantity required; larger quantities are eligible for volume discounts as shown above when applied to the same item, sku and color on the same order.


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This Swivel Barstool Seat Post Bushing is normally in stock and available to ship in 1-3 business days after receipt of payment.

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Position the bushing’s narrower end atop the upright base’s hub. Place a block of wood over the bushing and hammer the bushing into the hole.