Pre-Drilled Rocker Spring Plate by Winston
This rocker spring plate from the Winston Furniture Company fits several Winston models. It measures 2 1/2" wide x 4 5/8" long. Center of each hole is 1/2" from end and side edges. Centers of holes are approximately 1 1/2" apart on each end; center of holes are approximately 3 5/8" on long side of the plate. Compare hole pattern with your existing plates before ordering. Speckled brown color and can be spray painted. Click on additional part views to help confirm if this is the item you need. This part is supplied by Winston for Winston models and is normally in stock at Patio Furniture Supplies.
FIXES: When a swivel rocker rocks too far and risks tipping over backward, it needs new rocker spring plates. Plates wear with normal use and eventually need replacement; this is common. Replacing them is an easy fix to maintain your furniture.
Sold individually, not as a pair. No minimum quantity required.
This Pre-Drilled Rocker Spring Plate by Winston is supplied by Winston for Winston models. It is normally is in stock at Patio Furniture Supplies and available to ship in 1-3 business days after receipt of payment.
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How To Measure
How To InstallBefore replacing the rocker spring plate, closely examine the assembly of the rocker spring plate, reinforcing metal strap, nuts and bolts. The head of the bolt and the nut should never be installed directly against the rocker spring plate. (Bolts, nuts and reinforcing metal straps not included; re-use those from your swivel rocker.)
The thickness of the plates can be doubled, but the rocking action will be more stiff.