How to Install Triangle Lazy Susan Bearings
Need help installing your Lazy Susan turntable bearing? View our directions below on how to mount your Lazy Susan bearing based on size.
- Use the smallest holes as a template to mark the turntable for blind fastening. Remove the bearing and then drill holes for self-tapping screws. 3", 4", 6" sizes - drill 5/32" holes for #6 self-tapping screws. 12" size -- drill 3/16" holes for #8 screws. Avoid contamination from sawdust, paint or any other foreign material.
- Lubricate the bearing balls with a small amount of heavy oil or grease. Mount the Lazy Susan bearing on the selected center of the base using #6 screws.
- Assemble turning section to the bearing. Make sure the select fasteners of the proper length to avoid interference with the opposite side.
- Use holes with speed nuts as templates to mark the turntable for blind fastening. REMOVE the Lazy Susan bearing. Drill and countersink 7/32" holes for #10 (3/16") flat head stove bolts. Avoid contamination from sawdust, paint or any other foreign materials.
- Lubricate the bearing balls with a small amount of heavy oil or grease. Mount the bearing on the selected center of the base using #6 wood screws.
- Assemble the turning section to the bearing. Make sure to select fasteners of the proper length to avoid interference with the opposite section.
Triangle's Lazy Susan bearings can also be mounted by welding, brazing, clamping, cementing etc. With the smaller size bearings, adhesives have been successful in eleminating the need for screws and bolts. It is important to use a suitable metal to wood adhesive or cement that will not get into the ball races.
For more installation help, view our video tutorial
Triangle is the original manufacturer of the Lazy Susan turntable bearing. You can spot one of Triangle's Lazy Susan bearings in POP displays, turntables, cabinets, kiosks and more.
If Triangle's standard Lazy susan bearings do not fit your application, Triangle's engineering team is able to provide custom options in high quantities. View Triangle's custom capabilities for Lazy Susan bearings.
If you would like to learn more about Triangle's Lazy Susan bearings, visit our product page.