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Handles for moving table

Does anyone have a suggestion on what/wear to purchase handles for a table I built? I've got two wheels on one end, so to move the table, I pick up the other end, and move it like a wheelbarrow. I'm looking for rubber-gripped handles that I can drill into the end opposite the wheels, parallel to the tabletop. Thoughts?


  • Fancy:

    Not so fancy: home depot and lowes carry some basic handles that might be sturdy. 

    I would make sure that it is well tied into the structure of the table and maybe have two instead of one if its a real heavy table.


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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 26,701
    I put a dowel on the ends of mine.

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  • Rte1985Rte1985 Posts: 304
    It wouldn’t look the best but you could mount galvanized pipe anchors on the end and just screw in some 8-10 pipe when you need to move it.
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