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Wood Caster Cups 5" - Grand Piano
These caster cups are a beautiful way to protect your carpet or floor from the weight (up to 1200 lbs) of a grand piano.
Wood Caster Cups 5 1/2" for Large Grands and Dual Wheel pianos
Difficult to find, the flat surface of these 5 1/2" caster cups supports the largest Grand Pianos.
Flat surface is 3 1/4". With Felt Pad
These 3-1/2 inch diameter (concave bowl area for piano wheel is 2-1/4 inches) wood caster cups have been available for years as the most economical floor and carpet protection. For upright pianos or small grand pianos.
The above 3.5 inch caster cups are fine for most applications. However, if the caster cups will be very noticeable and you need the most beautiful finish for under a satin or highly polished piano, the caster cups below are the ultimate. Manufactured by Jansen, the outside diameter measures 3.5", with an inner diameter of 1 3/4". These caster cups DO NOT have a felt pad. Jansen provides a smooth, sanded surface and does not recommend the use of felt pads under their caster cups.
For hardwood floors, or elegant carpeting where clear enhances the quality floor surface. Very strong/durable, will not crack or dull with age.
These clear caster cups do not have a felt pad, they are designed to be "see-through" in appearance.
In my opinion, the clear flat are beautiful, almost like glass!
- Dr. Vaga DMA (Owner, Sheet Music Online)
Click above picture to Enlarge Clear/Flat LUCITE
For very large dual wheels, contact Dr. Rein P. Vaga, D.M.A.
Price will be $38.00 each.
Use one (or more) reasonably hefty person(s) to crawl UNDER the piano, next to one of the legs. Place a couch cushion on the person's back (like a saddle on a horse, so to speak). The way to lift is to push up against a cross-beam or other solid area with the shoulder-blade area of the back while in the crawl position. It's easier than it sounds.
When setting piano leg down into the caster cups, point wheels slightly inward toward center of instrument.
Never try lifting by simply grabbing the piano under the case and heaving up (unless you have particularly good medical insurance!)
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