So I'm laying out my shop and trying to plan how to build things... i've got a tablesaw station on casters that needs an outfeed table, for example, and I'd like the workbench beyond to end up at the same height. My shop is a skinny little garage, with a sloping floor.
It seems like the best solution is leveling feet for the tools - so that I can get all of the surfaces lined up and level, but still keep the function of dropping the tools that have wheels onto the wheels as needed. What is the best size to shoot for? And where can they be had cheaply? It seems like the best bang/buck solution is a set of LV Cabinet Leveler Feet or Leveler Glides with some Propel Nuts, but would a 1.5" diameter foot (times 4) firmly support something like a tablesaw station? Or should I be looking in the 3-4" range and if so, where do I find those for a decent price, around $5 each?
I used the cabinet leveller feet on my workbench and they weren't quite up to the weight of it (400-700 lbs, depending on what I've got sitting on top of it in use). They're still on, and they're holding it up, but the cups collapsed under the weight and they look squished now. The 3/8" propel nut seems adequate enough though, and I haven't really given any thought to replacing them.
I haven't had any luck finding a sufficient levelling foot locally for that weight and usage so I'd be interested to know if anybody knows of one.
I used the leveling guides you posted a link to in your original post, they work good but the table that I used them on seldom gets over two hundred pounds on it. On heavier tables I've used just the T-Nuts and a regular bolt with a nut to lock the height, you can use longer bolts if required.