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Marshall MCSN Caster and Socket Set  

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Replace broken and missing casters. Package includes one caster and socket....Read More

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Replace broken and missing casters. Package includes one caster and socket.


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Do not buy!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Marshall casters are notoriously unreliable for heavy use on the road, or even moderate use. The problem is not just the crappy plastic threads wearing out (steel threaded caster into a plastic threaded base is a stupid idea no matter what); but the wheels themselves don't stand up to even moderately heavy use. I LOVE Marshall, but some of their cabinet hardware just sucks. I replaced all my cabinets with Ernie Ball pop-out casters. I'm sure I could have used any other kind. The difference is very noticeable.

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Not reliable casters

By Chad-Uz6Sr

from Seattle, WA

The plastic threads on these strip out after a few tours. The frontal internal bracing on a 4x12 Marshall cabinet prohibits you from installing another brand of caster so you are stuck in a loop of replacing these every year or chasing your wheels down the street..These need to be designed more ruggedly.

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Casters and sockets

By Blaine

from Calgary

Marshall cabinets are heavy and are often moved over uneven surfaces. They require a proper caster. The casters hold up quite well but the socket is made of plastic and the treads strip - often within a couple of months. The sockets should be made out of metal.

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