Swivel Chair Seat Post Bushing

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87% of 100
This swivel post bushing fits a 1" round post and fits into a 1 5/8" round opening; overall height is 4 1/8". Sold individually. See Description and tabs below.
SKU
30-922
$8.00
  • Buy 4 for $7.20 each and save 10%
  • Buy 10 for $6.80 each and save 15%
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  • Buy 100 for $6.00 each and save 25%

Product Description

This swivel post bushing fits a 1" round post and fits into a 1 5/8" round opening; overall height is 4 1/8". US standard size, not metric. The vertical flanges on this bushing make it more durable than other bushings with ring-type flanges. Black only. Click on additional part views to help confirm if this is the item you need. 

FIXES: When a swivel rocker seat wobbles, it needs a new swivel chair 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.

Shipping Information

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


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How To Measure

 

How To Install

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.