Should work. You may want a jam nut in between.
Leg got to go agin it. No jamb nut, Stump.Should work. You may want a jam nut in between.
Like theseRound or square leg. Round it doesn t matter. Square you have to stop with the face of the leg facing a certain way so thin jam nut lets you tweak.
That's done. Can't find hangar bolt threaded on both ends at 3/8 x 16. Have inserts and T nuts. Was going to cut all thread that size but not sure it would tighten leg into t nut baseTip: RECESS the T-nut inserts to cover the thickness of the jam nut …
Unless I'm mistaken, hanger bolts have a right-hand thread on one end and a left-hand thread on the other.To attach leg with a 3/8" wood insert nut into a 3/8" t-nut. Would all thread work or would leg never tighten due to all threads?
I think I'm mistaken by calling it a hanger bolt. As I've been trying find one that size all come up with machine threads on one side, lag bolt threads on other end. I bought threaded rod and jam nuts, H/T MadMark, i'll see how it goes tomorrow.Unless I m mistaken, hanger bolts have a right-hand thread on one end and a left-hand thread on the other.
Legs going underneath top, no apron. She bought an antique nightstand, had me cut off stubby legs and install longer legs so she can use as a vanity in her bathroom. I have threaded rod, threaded inserts, tnuts and jam nuts. Prob put 2 jam nuts on rod, countersink base where tnuts go, screw rod into inserts in leg and screw leg into nightstand base t-nutsIMHO - I would not use the hardware shown in the picture.
Removable carved corner legs need to attached into sides of apron using standard table corner leg bracket inside apron, or utilize the backside relief to enable a bolt to go all the way through the leg top. Both of these make setting facing direction and attachment easy.