How to Extend the Bar Height Table Legs

Aug 14th

You may want a bar height table legs for a breakfast area or a deck. Rather than buying a new table, you may want to extend your legs to the one you already have to accommodate high stools or higher chairs. The average height of a bar height table is between 30 inches. A bar height table legs are between 35 and 42 inches tall.

Wooden Bar Height Table Legs
Wooden Bar Height Table Legs

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Turn the table upside down and remove any wheel or leg protection, then rotate the bar height table legs to the side and place a mark 2 inches from the bottom of each leg. – ) Drill holes in the bottom of each leg up to the mark. If the table already has wheels with a stalk, the legs will already have holes where the stems are and you can only use the drill to make the holes bigger and somewhat deeper. Sand drilled the area smoothly. – ) Cut off each finished unfinished table leg to height the table between 35 and 42 inches tall. If the legs are decorative, try to cut them in such a way that the legs will go well with the existing legs on the table. – ) Drill holes to the mark on each finished table leg. Sand drilled the area smoothly.

Attach the Extended legs to the existing bar height table legs with cut the guide pin into four 4 cm pieces and grind the ends. Turn the table upside down and place the trunks in the holes enough to coat the sides and bottom of the hole. Place a 4-inch guide pin in each leg. Coat the part of the exposed guide pin with glue. Put a little glue into the bottom of each hole in each finished table leg. Place a plywood board on top of all four legs so that each leg is under plywood. Put the concrete block on top of the plywood to keep your legs down until properly dry.