Rocker Spring Plate - 3 x 30-Inch
This fiberglass rocker spring plate measures 3" wide x 30" long x 1/4" thick. Sold individually. See Description and tabs below.
- Buy 4 for $38.70 each and save 10%
- Buy 10 for $36.55 each and save 15%
- Buy 50 for $34.40 each and save 20%
This fiberglass rocker spring plate is 3" wide x 30" long x 1/4" thick and can be cut with a hacksaw to make plates longer than the standard 5". Dark brown and can be spray painted. Click on additional part views to help confirm if this is the item you need. 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. 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.
This Rocker Spring Plate - 3" x 30" 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 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.)
Cut with a hacksaw. Use the old plate as a pattern for cutting and drilling holes in the new plate. The thickness of the plates can be doubled, but the rocking action will be more stiff.