Replacing desk chair casters

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#1 Replacing desk chair casters

Post by RichLB » Thu Jan 31, 2019 10:37 pm

My computer desk chair no longer rolls. Does anyone know a place in Pattaya that can replace the casters (the little wheels) on the chair? Or, failing that, where I can buy a set of them and try to replace them myself?

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#2 Re: Replacing desk chair casters

Post by Jun » Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:10 am

FYI, most castors on the office chairs I have seen push into the base. Might be an idea to tap one out before you go to the shop so some matching can be done.

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#3 Re: Replacing desk chair casters

Post by Undaunted » Fri Feb 01, 2019 8:40 am

RichLB wrote:My computer desk chair no longer rolls. Does anyone know a place in Pattaya that can replace the casters (the little wheels) on the chair? Or, failing that, where I can buy a set of them and try to replace them myself?
I suggest you buy a new chair perhaps at Index and spend less time in it :!:
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#4 Re: Replacing desk chair casters

Post by daherk » Fri Feb 01, 2019 9:53 am

I have bought casters at Home Pro many sizes and shapes available. I believe all the Big Box stores carry them. Take an old one with you to assure you get the right size and length. You will probably have to replace them all for a good fit.

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