A year ago I ordered (20) 18 inch hairpin legs and the fabrication of the legs was great .Every one was dimensionally exactly the same as the others and the welding was fabulous. But the powder-coat finish was the frosting on the cake. Tremendous - not a drip, not a blemish, all 20 just perfect. So this year I ordered 4 bell shaped 28 inch high by 24 inch wide heavy duty flat bar legs and the fabrication and finish are just as great.. If you are like me, you always wonder when ordering on- line-;what am I going to get. Worry not - these folks do a fantastic job and even in "Covid times" their delivery was exactly what they promised. And the protection they applied to the legs was awesome.
The legs were perfect for my table. Customer service was excellent at answering questions and installation was easy with threaded inserts.
It feels funny to write a review about "great looking legs" but truly these are very sturdy and highly crafted table legs. I ordered a pair of the 3/8in legs to support a 6ft butcher block that I cut / stained to fit my needs for a work from home desk and it turned out phenomenal. Wish I could share pics here! I went for 28" height and black powder coat, which feels just right. When I had questions before purchasing, DIY was very friendly. I spoke with a gal by phone who called me personally to discuss my project, which is rare.
One thing to note: the instructions that came with the bell-shaped legs seem like they were written in general for every gauge of leg thickness. This tripped me up when purchasing bolts since the suggestion on the paper was to use 1/4 in thick bolts. When I started measuring for my pilot holes, I realized a 1/4 in thick bolt would be way too narrow for the heavy duty leg. The washer almost slipped right through the eyelet on the leg. This was moderately frustrating as I had to make a return trip to Home Depot carrying a 30lb piece of steel into their store and measure the bolt / washer sizes by hand. At any rate, if you buy the heavy-duty leg just know to go with a 3/8 bolt + washer, and choose a bolt length that's still 1/2 in shorter than your table thickness + the depth of the table leg. If you do the math at home I don't think you'd need to carry the leg into your hardware store. Hope this helps someone!
We were looking for something different to dress up our kitchen remodel with a built in table. The trapezoid leg was perfect! Nice paint finish even where it didn't have to be.