Can I use both shorter risers on the one middle post on a Queen bed?
The queen metal bed frame I have has a single support post in the middle of the bed.
If I put the 4 larger risers under the four wheeled legs, can I stack the 2 smaller risers on top of each other to support the middle post?
I guess I'm asking how high would the two shorter risers be if you stacked them on top of one another? Would they equal the height of the one of the 4 taller one's?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
on Adjustable Bed Risers
No, you'll have to buy another set to get extra of the same height.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
No, sorry, that will not work. The larger risers have a ledge that the shorter riser rests on. The shorter risers do not have this ledge and therefore cannot be stacked to hold weight. Because many beds larger than a double/full size bed have more than four legs and each leg requires a riser, you will need to buy a second box of risers.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
Would not work, the shorter lifts are 3" and do not stack together since they are the same size and not designed to fit on top of each other.
No, you cannot stack the shorter risers, they fit together like you would stack plastic tumbler cups in your cupboard. The smaller risers fit on top of the larger ones.
I'm not an engineer, but if you don't want the bed to sag miserably in the middle, that you use the same size lifts there as on the outside legs. However, if you really enjoy closeness with a bedmate, try putting tall lifts on his/her side, shorter in the middle and really short on your side! The bed could double as an amusement ride slide.
yes, I used it to rise my sofa, and love seat. So it won't be to low and easy to get up.
Mine broke and it was advertised as supporting my weight and a whole lot more. I do not recommend this product unless you want to be scared in the middle of the night and having to fix your bed. Seriously?
no the 4 on the outside edges are 5" two of the 3" in the middle would be 6" they would be high centered