Disk Cap Glide 15/16"

Companies such as Brown Jordan, Tropitone and Woodard among others have used this nylon foot glide to protect floors and patio decks from being scratched. Sold individually. See Description and tabs below.

SKU
30-733
$0.63
  • Buy 50 for $0.57 each and save 10%
  • Buy 250 for $0.54 each and save 14%
  • Buy 500 for $0.51 each and save 19%
  • Buy 1000 for $0.48 each and save 24%

Product Description

Companies such as Brown Jordan, Tropitone and Woodard among others have used this nylon foot glide to protect floors and patio decks from being scratched. This disk cap glide will fit over a 15/16" flange or metal glide and overall height is 5/16"; US standard size, not metric. White or black. Click on additional part views to help confirm if this is the item you need.

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.

Shipping Information

This Disk Cap Glide 15/16" is normally in stock and available to ship in 1-3 business days after receipt of payment.

• United States Postal Service (USPS) First Class Mail transit times are determined by USPS.
• USPS Priority Mail 2-3 day service may take longer than 2-3 days in some instances.
• USPS Priority Mail International 6-10 day service may take longer in some instances.
• USPS First-Class Package International 7-21 day service may take longer in some instances.
• FedEx Home delivers to homes daily.
• FedEx Ground delivers to businesses Monday-Friday.
• FedEx Overnight and Express services are not available.

Patio Furniture Supplies is not responsible for delays after the order has been collected by the carrier.

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How To Measure

Measure the outside diameter of the furniture’s flange or disk and compare it with this part’s description and photos. 

How To Install

Set the glide on the flange or disk, and place a block of wood over the glide. Give it a good whack, and the 30-733 will snap over the disk.