JMI Set of 3 Upgraded Leveling Screw Feet for Wheeley Bars with 5/8" Leveling Screws
The feet when attached do not offer much clearance from the ground (maybe 1/4” when fully retracted). They are a hindrance with any uneven surface (e.g. door threshold) and would be problematic over rough terrain (I do not do this thankfully)
Good: they will last a lot longer than the rubber feet. Bad: Very hard to turn the levelers when on a cement pad, since the botom rotates along with the bolt.
The leveling screws have two options...either a rubber tip (like a walking cane) or a metal disc of a substantial size that will work well on turf. However, since there is no swivel the feet rotate as the screws are extended. I am using the Wheeley Bars on exposed aggregate driveway and it binds as the screw turns. I am putting the disc type pad down on pieces of wood that offer less resistance to turning than the concrete. Any suggestion as to an alternative would be appreciated.
went right on, no problem
I have the heavy wheely bars and 10 inch wheels, this seems to make the bar ride a little closer to the ground. The leveling screw feet have a rather long threaded region and as a result the base is maybe 2 or so inches above the wheel ground contact. As a result the flat plate on the bottom seems to really grab the grass and create a lot of friction and a few abrupt stops as I was pulling across the back yard. seems I will have to remove them every time I move. It would be fine on pavement, but to cross grass they grab a lot.